NoFlyZone.org allows users to create a "geo-fence" around their property.
Democrats pressed the company on the issue a day earlier.
About one in three people reported owning a smart device separate from a phone.
Companies want to comply with potential European Union data protection laws in wake of Snowden...
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce sent yet another letter to Senate leaders on Tuesday.
The spyware might be watching you, reading your emails, listening to your calls.
Almost 9 in 10 people believe they have lost control over their information.
“We do not want privacy information," said Adm. Rogers about a cyber threat bill.
Companies are moving to block even police with a warrant from accessing people's data.
Google is reportedly considering creating a “child-safe version of YouTube."
In a letter to the FTC, the watchdog asked U.S. regulators to take action.
Sen. Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) demanded that the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) require opt-out...
The new report offers recommendations without analytical support.
Their bill would require a warrant before police can obtain data about someone's location.
The Sony hackers revealed Snapchat's business strategies in an email dump.
The programs are very similar to controversial ones in the U.S.
Few have changed their online behavior in the post-Snowden era.
New privacy principles should help avoid any privacy 'bumps in the road.'
The move is a sign of Silicon Valley’s willingness to embrace new privacy protections.
“Justice may be denied because of a locked phone or encrypted device," Comey said.
A lobbyist for one of the top companies that trades in consumer data is confident that Congress won...
Nicole Wong was one of the administration’s top people on tech and privacy.
Schumer sees threat to privacy in fitness tech and apps, according to Newsday.
In an emergency, law enforcement could obtain tracking data to locate a person.