The technology could be used to identify and track people without their permission.
Here's a question for every family out there tonight. How much privacy do you allow for your kids and at what age? Can they be on a…
Every day it seems our smartphones are getting smarter. They can monitor heartbeats, sleeping patterns and even your period.
The Supreme Court's ruling on cellphone tracking modernizes some decades-old privacy protections and could pave the way for more strict guidelines.
The case rose out of a number of robbery cases from 2010 and 2011.
Orlando International Airport will scan the faces of travelers arriving on international flights. These tools still aren't closely regulated.
Facebook's data-sharing partnerships show that even if you're on top of data privacy, strangers may unwittingly expose your data.
A new filling in an ongoing lawsuit claims Facebook's apps read texts, tracked locations, accessed photos and listened through device microphones.
The General Data Protection Regulation requires companies that collect user data to guarantee some of that data is secure and protected.
The French president said the recent controversy surrounding Facebook should serve as a reminder that regulation and privacy laws are needed.
Facebook's data collection practices are so complicated that some members of Congress had a hard time framing questions on how it works.
Lawmakers said during Wednesday's hearing Facebook should commit to making its privacy settings even more accessible.