Records tied to 533 million Facebook user accounts are being offered for free in an online forum, but this isn't the result of a data breach.
Google will next month forbid most apps from being able to see details about each other, or even to see which other apps are installed on a device.
Google is aware of a Chromebook bug that could reveal users' location, but it still hasn't offered a patch.
Google will soon be blocking third-party cookies from Chrome, but there's a new tracker in town that will monitor your activities.
Apple iPhones collect less data by volume than Android phones, a new study finds, but collect more types of data than their Google counterparts.
An anti-tracking browser extension called ClearURLs has been removed from the Google Chrome Web Store. Its developer says he threatens Google's business model.
Slack is going to let people outside your organization message you. Here's what that means, and why there could be problems.
Some Tesla models have a camera trained on the passenger cabin, although it's not being used to make drivers keep their eyes on the road.
Many places are taking official CDC cards as proof of vaccination against COVID-19, but the cards are ridiculously easy to fake.
Reports of Cash App fraud are up by more than 300% from this time last year, and some Cash App users say it's impossible to get Cash App to help after someone's stolen your money.
The FBI and CISA jointly warned Americans about a spear-phishing campaign trying to infect PCs with the feared Trickbot Trojan.
A flaw in Zoom's screen-sharing feature means people may get a glimpse of windows they shouldn't be able to see.
Online criminals are luring victims to ruin by promising huge stimulus checks or COVID-19 vaccinations in bogus emails.
A recent case of text messages being hijacked underscores how unsafe SMS messages are, and why you should use authenticator apps for two-factor authentication.
On the same day that LastPass's free plan became more restrictive, Dropbox announced it was offering its own free password manager — with limits.
Instagram and Facebook share the most personal data with advertisers of any iPhone apps, and also use the most personal data for their own marketing, a review of app-privacy disclosures found.
T-Mobile plans to start collecting detailed user data to share with advertisers, and customers will be enrolled in the program by default unless they actively opt out.
Amazon's Assistant browser extension is meant to compare prices, but one expert says it's a 'perfect' spying machine.
More than 18,000 Android and iPhone apps leak user data and other information from their back-end cloud servers, researchers say.
The WhatsApp desktop app now has encrypted video and voice calling, but it doesn't work in group chats.
T-Mobile may have suffered a serious data breach, judging from a letter it recently sent to a number of affected customers.
Report claims Sign In with Apple is being investigated by the U.S. Department of Justice. Here’s what you need to know.
Telegram now lets users set an auto-delete timer for messages, giving recent arrivals from WhatsApp a convincing reason to stick around.
At least three trackers in the LastPass Android app transmit a lot of data about the app user, much more than other password-manager apps do, says a German researcher.
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