Zuckerberg Admits Mistakes, Outlines StepsMark Zuckerberg is breaking more than four days of silence as he posts an update about the Cambridge Analytica scandal.
Court: Investigation Of Public Employees Not PrivateThe Washington Supreme Court says public employees don't have a right to privacy about the fact that they're being investigated.
Some Concerned About Car Computers' Effect On PrivacyConnecting to the web on the road is a convenience that could be harming us. What is saved and shared has people concerned.
New Car Technology Leads To Concerns About Invasion Of PrivacyFrom TVs to automobiles, buying new often means getting the latest technology, from touch screens to wi-fi capability. But is there a price for this accessibility?
Microsoft Fights U.S. Warrant For Customer Data Stored OverseasMicrosoft says the governments demand for emails stored in Ireland violates foreign sovereignty and trust. U.S. says it's an essential tool for law enforcement.
Justices: People Have Right To Privacy In Texts Washington's Supreme Court says people have a reasonable expectation of privacy in the text messages they send from their phones — even if they can't know for sure who might be reading them.
British Schools Put Cameras In Bathrooms, LockersAt the King Ecgbert School in Sheffield, teens who go to the bathroom are never really alone - video cameras are inside all 12 loos. Citing findings gathered via freedom-of-information requests, privacy activists Wednesday identified King Ecgbert as one of more than 200 high schools across Britain that have installed surveillance cameras in bathrooms or locker rooms.
Google Incorporates Gmail in Searches
Cops: Man Uses Craigslist Postings To Lure Men To Ex's House For SexLocal resident Andre Jermaine Flom is in jail after reportedly using Craigslist to create fake posts luring strange men seeking sex to his ex-girlfriend's home.