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Hackers are getting better at tricking people into handing over passwords — here’s what to look out for, according to experts
Phishing scams are on the rise, and costing over $57 million from more than 114,000 victims in the US last year, according to the FBI.
Google might struggle to get its Fitbit purchase over the line.
Microsoft says people don’t trust election results — and it’s pitching its own technology as the solution. It just faced its first r...
Microsoft's new voting technology was tested for the first time in Wisconsin — some were confused by it, but there weren't any glitches.
Lawmakers are seeking answers from Amazon about Ring’s partnerships with police, citing contradictions between its public statements and terms o...
Ring has said it only hands over user data to police when required by law, but lawmakers say its terms of service appear to contradict that promise.
Facebook’s dating app rollout in Europe is delayed after regulators raise questions about data privacy
Facebook recently launched its in-app dating feature in the United States, and was scheduled to launch it in Europe the day before Valentine's Day.
The Equifax hack proved China is trying to steal your stuff — and America’s political dysfunction is letting them take it
OPINION: If our political system weren't so broken, companies like Equifax might actually have security in place to prevent a Chinese military hack.
Google's plan to get rid of the cookies that are the bedrock of digital advertising has marketers scrambling.
Leaked documents reportedly show the CIA secretly bought an encryption company and used it to spy on clients — while turning a profit
The CIA secretly listened in on communications by spies, diplomats, military officials, calling it "the intelligence coup of the century."
The apps are primarily interested in tracking receipts and shipping emails that show people's consumer behavior.
Apple's servers automatically detect images previously marked as child abuse, and quarantine them so they can be inspected.