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Laws haven’t kept up with the company’s ability to mine its users’ data.
The company and its rivals have important differences when it comes to protecting personal information, says its chief privacy officer.
Information about you is free for the taking on the Web. A new crop of entrepreneurs wants you to collect.
A startup uses social networks to gauge whether it’s wise to loan to borrowers in emerging markets.
Free services in exchange for personal information. That’s the “privacy bargain” we all strike on the Web. It could be the worst deal ever.
Will “Do Not Track” kill off innovation along with targeted advertising?
Wireless networks are scrambling to feed the growing hunger for mobile data and downloads.
Voice-controlled interfaces are showing up in mobile phones, TVs, and automobiles. One company believes it can give just about everything a voice.
After letting its employees use their own phones and tablets for work, the company confronted a flood of insecure apps from the open Web.
Yes, of course, but things got out of hand. A quarter of executives admit to having slept with a smart phone.