Facebooks Zuckerberg wants laws to combat harmful content, protect privacy As the social network is called out for its own practices, Zuck says the internet needs
Facebook debuts new privacy settings. Once again, Facebook has changed its privacy settings. Like the last time this happened, Wednesday's improvements are still a mixed bag, but a better one
Recently, Amazon stopped selling its Echo Wall Clock temporarily due to a pretty major glitch. Turns out, some customers are having trouble connecting the clock with Alexa speakers.
Tiger Woods' road to becoming the 2019 Masters champion was paved with a long list of personal struggles. The win was 14 years in the making and marks a new chapter in the golfer's life.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has sought to allay users' fears about privacy in an op-ed for the Wall Street Journal. Getty Images Mark Zuckerberg says
It's hard not to look deeper into the Echo Wall Clock. It is, after all, tied to Alexa, Amazon's popular, always-listening voice assistant that by most recent count has sold over 100 million
Online security, real world threats and the desire for privacy are often at odds in our increasingly connected world
According to HBO, more than 16 million people tuned in to the Season 7 premiere of "Game of Thrones." Season 8, the show's final six episodes, premieres April 14.
Big data privacy is a bigger issue than you think. By John Weathington in Big Data on February 17, 2017, 12:10 PM PST When it comes to privacy, big data analysts have a responsibility to users to
Two privacy hoaxes that have been circulating on Facebook for years resurfaced this week. Here are the two rumors that are making the rounds: One claims to be a legally-binding message to protect