As internet-connected toys become more common, they pose a potential problem: The personal information they collect can be hacked.
Messenger Kids is designed to help children communicate safely online.
The company is hoping the technology will help it identify users' expressions of suicidal thoughts faster.
Quartz found that Google has been tracking Android Cell ID codes since January. Here's what that means.
Amazon's new in-home delivery service went live Wednesday, but some criticize the service for being unsafe.
Some parents say cameras are needed for security, others say they invade privacy
Uber is rolling back a feature that let the app track users for up to five minutes after a trip ended.
China's known for its so-called "Great Firewall," the government's internet censorship effort.
The court has agreed to hear a case that could change how police get location data from cellphone companies.
TruePeopleSearch aggregates personal information from public records and puts it all in one place.
Call it big brother or added protection. Denver Parks and Recreation is now watching you at city parks.
The Department of Homeland Security and the White House haven't responded to three watchdog groups' Freedom of Information Act requests.