Placing emphasis on protecting children, the FBI wants to make sure parents are researching the potential security risks of connecting smart toys to your home's wireless network or...
President Donald Trump has been sued by a free-speech group, which claims his practice of blocking Twitter users violates the First Amendment.
Snapchat wants to allay privacy concerns over its new Snap Map feature.
Data breaches. Identity theft. Bank fraud. It seems like every week we read a fearsome new headline about cybercrime … about reputable services falling victim to anonymous hackers ...
Q: The Supreme Court recently ruled on printer cartridges. What does this mean to us consumers?
Hansel & Gretel at Manhattan's Park Avenue Armory is a lesson on living in a surveillance state.
The European Union has three antitrust investigations into Google's business practices, including search, Android, and its advertising business.
As anyone who closely follows Apple can attest, the company tends to harp on user privacy whenever it touts new software features.
When a 15-year-old girl died after being hit by a subway train in Berlin in 2012, her parents tried to access her Facebook account to determine whether it was an act of suicide.
Cybersecurity expert and attorney Leeza Garber explains what this means for consumers