Facebook starts Oversight Board for users to appeal content removal

Facebook's Oversight Board has begun allowing users to appeal the removal of content.

Senators push for health privacy measures in COVID-19 stimulus

Lawmakers want to limit use of collected data to healthcare only.

Trump targets TikTok, claiming security issues

Recently, President Trump threatened to ban the Chinese-owned social media platform TikTok, saying the popular short-form…

Google Working On New Version of Google Glass, New VR Devices, and High-Tech Temporary Tattoos

Photo credit: JOEL SAGET/AFP via Getty Images, from the November 6, 2014 exhibit by Niki de…

Brother of Tottenham defender Aurier dies in France

LONDON (AP) — Tottenham have confirmed the death of defender Serge Aurier’s younger brother, who media…

Ohio senator wants to shake up privacy regulations

In recent months, members of Congress have introduced several bills designed to protect consumer privacy, but…

Trump Campaign App Is Spreading Misinformation and Violating Users’ Privacy, New Report Claims

Alex Wong/Getty Images The Trump campaign app is being used to access a broad swath of…

Tech giants back off from providing facial recognition to police

Three major tech companies have backed away from their facial recognition programs after long-standing questions about…

NWSL player tests positive for COVID-19

A National Women’s Soccer League player on an unidentified team has tested positive for COVID-19 just…

Former England defender Sansom in hospital

LONDON (AP) — Former Arsenal left-back Kenny Sansom, who played for England in the 1982 and…

Small government advocates raise concerns over contact tracing in coronavirus fight

A high-tech method to pinpoint who is infected with the coronavirus is drawing pushback over potential…

User surge highlights Zoom’s privacy problems

Use of the popular videoconferencing service Zoom has skyrocketed as schools and workplaces remain closed during…

New privacy bill would add 440 FTC employees

New legislation introduced in the Senate would pump up the Federal Trade Commission as a way…

Former Cardiff player Peter Whittingham dies at 35

CARDIFF, Wales (AP) — Peter Whittingham, a former Premier League soccer player who suffered a serious…

Child exploitation bill earns strong opposition from encryption advocates

A bipartisan group of 10 senators introduced legislation designed to combat online child pornography, but many…

Ronaldo says his mother is in ‘stable’ condition in hospital

Cristiano Ronaldo’s mother is in “stable” condition and remains hospitalized, the five-time Ballon d’Or winner tweeted…

Broadband providers allege Maine privacy law unfairly targets them

A coalition of trade groups representing internet service providers has filed a lawsuit challenging a Maine…

Bayern tragedy as niece of Paderborn striker Mamba dies

PADERBORN, Germany (AP) — Paderborn striker Streli Mamba’s 14-month-old niece died after collapsing during his side’s…

Kirsten Gillibrand wants a new privacy agency

A new bill in the Senate would create a new government agency focused on protecting consumer…

Lindsey Graham’s new bill would end the internet as we know it

If Sen. Lindsey Graham gets his way, the federal government will launch another attack on online…