Social network instructed to delete illegally collected data or face €100m in fines after it loses case over consent and tracking
Editorial: The ease with which giant databases can be queried and cross-referenced makes privacy vanish on the internet
Google, Facebook hidden trackers follow users around the web at alarming rates, says DuckDuckGo's CEO Gabriel Weinberg.
Despite the dire headlines, the FCC rule change on how ISPs can use customers' browsing history doesn't change a thing, writes Shelly Palmer.
It’s clear that 2016 was probably the worst year ever in online privacy, considering increasingly restrictive surveillance laws of governments around the world, major online hacks—such as compromised
Fixing Internet privacy requires more than individual actions