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.
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.
No, your entire Facebook profile is not about to become public
Don't fall for the return of this old, bad hoax.
How the feds justify collecting fingerprints to unlock everyone's phones
Think Touch ID will keep out the cops? Think again.
Dozens of police-spying tools remain after Facebook, Twitter crack down on Geofeedia
Geofeedia is out, but there are plenty of other surveillance platforms to choose from.
Facebook wins 'privacy villain of the year' award
Mark Zuckerberg might not hang this one over his fireplace.