privacy

The Duchess of Sussex said: "We all lose when misinformation sells more than truth".
Digital technologies for tracking people and monitoring outbreaks may be the only way out of the crisis — but misuse could aid a slide into authoritarianism.
There's always something ― or someone ― listening.
Your boss can read your DMs, and everyone can see how much you talk.
Tinder will have to cooperate with Russian authorities or face being completely blocked in the country.
Security experts share how to find a hidden camera -- or protect yourself if you suspect one.
The search engine would block certain words and phrases.
Some internet users felt Rosey Blair violated the privacy of two people flirting on an airplane she was on.
Reacting to the unsurprising backlash, Google has since posted a fairly lengthy blog post explaining how its third-party apps work and how much access they have.
It all depends on which apps you've paired with your account.