For years Google has been scanning people’s emails and then targeting ads based on the messages.
The government has been using invisible tracking dots embedded in your printed documents to track you.
Even though Vine shut down earlier this year, users may still be at risk of having their info exposed.
Every service that uses SMS verification texts is potentially at risk.
More than 230 Android apps have been found to use this ultrasonic technology.
Make sure to always read the fine print.
What’s worse: the crime or the cover-up?
Could Bose be collecting and sharing your listening habits?
The study found more than 20,000 instances of various apps sharing data.
While fitness apps are becoming more popular, most have very little privacy protections. Read these tips before you go for your next run.
By connecting household gadgets to the web, you’re able to sync your online life with your everyday one. But with that added connectivity comes an ever-increasing risk of privacy exposure.