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Users can now select up to ten gender definitions, thanks to a feature spearheaded by Facebook’s Diversity Group.
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Zuckerberg allegedly dropped $30 million to buy up houses around his home, a source told the San Jose Mercury News Meanwhile, Facebook users will lose the option to remain unsearchable on the social network.
In a recent survey, Facebook ranks behind the IRS, Google, and even the NSA.
Moving back in with your folks? Here’s where you can sneak away for some… you know… alone time.
There’s no way to completely protect your phone calls from the government. But you can get close.
The incidents range from unauthorized surveillance of Americans to typographical errors that resulted in unintended interception of emails and telephone calls.
When I started appearing in porn, I never considered that my porn name might be someone’s real name.
The CEO of Simon Property says the company is “treading very, very carefully” regarding deploying technology that tracks shoppers in stores.
For nine months, this Utah ISP had a little black box in the corner, courtesy of the NSA. Its owner tells his story.
The trendy clothing company is the latest retailer to be hit with a lawsuit claiming it is misleading consumers into giving up information that isn’t technically required to check out with a credit card.
The secret’s out, all you have to do is click a simple link to find out which of your friends is up for banging.
Just how private are your messages on sites like Facebook and OkCupid?
A well-placed ad led one Facebook user to wonder if the social media site was reading his text messages. In truth, he was probably outed by an algorithm.
One thing is for sure: David Johnson knows Jay-Z. But does Jay know him?
The problem with the new Internet’s favorite slogan: It’s not quite right.
Don’t freak out about the Instagram terms of service. Freak out about ALL terms of service. On the internet, we’re all sellouts.
A lot of people don’t know this, but Facebook actually puts major site and privacy changes up to a user vote. Now it wants to stop. What Facebook’s dead-of-night end-of-suffrage proposals mean for you.
That privacy notice you’ve seen posted on your friends’ Facebook walls? It has no legal effect, but it may be a landmark for privacy online.
Do you use Google? Facebook? Twitter? Then there are three things you need to do right now.
Two Navy SEALs are bringing world-class encryption to the iPhone, for everything from state secrets to celebrity selfies. But that means it can be used by criminals as well.
Be invisible. Or, at least, fool Facebook for Halloween.
You probably haven’t noticed tiny tweaks to Facebook’s permission requests in the App Center. But they’re better than ever at coaxing personal information out of you.
Information about every cell phone in the country is in a Neustar database. Which is why it’s kind of weird that 400 or so companies trust them to deal with law enforcement surveillance requests. [UPDATED]
Most app stores just give you apps. Facebook’s gives me a panic attack.
The best gadgets are available to millions, and the ones designed for the rich are a joke. In tech, the advantages of wealth have become more subtle.
“Your cellphone is one of the most common ways you’re going to encounter a law enforcement officer,” according to the ACLU. And it’s only getting worse.
Twitter’s first transparency report tells us why the company takes down tweets, and who’s asking for information. And it might be a form of dissent, too.