At its core, privacy is the agency individuals assert over what information about themselves they share and to whom they share that information. Online, concerns about privacy manifest themselves everywhere—from surveillance by government agencies like the NSA and the FBI to corporate data-collection by tech companies like Facebook and Google.
Most Americans distrust Facebook and Twitter, use them anyway
Do you trust Facebook? 96 percent of Americans don't.
AT&T is spying on you for police—and for profit
New documents show Project Hemisphere goes far beyond what anyone realized.
Pawn shop laptops are an identity thief's dream
Pawn Stars have problems too.
Privacy is creating a new digital divide between the rich and poor
Online privacy should be for all, not just for the few.
Police face-recognition technology is racially biased, study finds
Face recognition software is under-regulated across the country.
How to keep hackers from spying on your emails
There are simple steps you should take today.