Soldiers with top-secret clearance say they were ordered to install a sketchy app
The app not only has the ability to obtain a user's GPS location data but also their photos and contacts.
Google reportedly gathering millions of Americans’ personal health records
'Project Nightingale' is gathering personal health information from 21 states.
Instagram covers video costs for celebs who don’t get political
Users who discuss 'social issues, elections, or politics' are not eligible for the program.
Nicki Minaj says she will stop using Instagram after it hides likes
Minaj says Instagram hiding likes will hurt independent artists and accused it of working with record labels.
Apple Store employee fired after texting customer’s personal photos to himself
Police have also opened an investigation into the incident.
Leaked documents show Facebook staff found the company ‘unethical’
Internal chats appear to show Zuckerberg advocating for blocking competitors from advertising on Facebook.
Twitter is experimenting with new features to fix the ratio
Twitter hopes the test will change the nature of conversation on its site.
Amazon Ring doorbells exposed users’ WiFi passwords
Usernames and passwords were transmitted unencrypted from Ring's app to the doorbell.
People received delayed Valentine’s Day text messages overnight (updated)
The issue affected users of all the major carriers.
Lawsuit accuses Uber of underpaying drivers
Drivers say the company deducted taxes from their pay instead of incurring the cost itself.
Airbnb to verify all listings following Halloween shooting
Airbnb pledged that all 6 million home rental listings on the site would be verified by late 2020.
Self-driving Uber that killed pedestrian didn’t know about jaywalkers
An investigation found safety issues with Uber's software following the death of a pedestrian.
Facebook says developers may have improperly accessed user data…yet again
It's unclear how many Facebook groups and users were affected by the incident.
This T-shirt fools AI into thinking you’re invisible
Image recognition systems won't even know you're there.
Will Twitter’s new political ad policy exempt fossil fuel companies?
Twitter argues the policy is still in the works after questions were raised over climate ads.
Tired of talking? A laser pointer can control your smart speaker
Researchers show how a laser can be used to order a Google Home to open a garage door.
Facebook wants you to know the difference between Facebook and FACEBOOK
What once was the Facebook, then Facebook, is now...FACEBOOK.