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Is Europe’s strict stance on protecting people’s data costing it business—or creating new opportunities?
New software lets Android users see how apps are collecting their data, and restrict the behavior.
Your voice can be a biometric identifier, like your fingerprint. Does Apple really have to store it on its own servers?
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.
A new program analyzes iPhone apps and finds the ones that are grabbing your data.
By monitoring people’s mobile devices, brick-and-mortar stores can get data on foot traffic much as websites follow clicks.
Robert McNamara epitomizes the hyper-rational executive led astray by numbers.
Technologies that make life easier also make it simpler to track your every move, warned Technology Review in 1985.
A leader at Microsoft proposes protecting personal data using technology once used to lock down music files.
Leaked documents suggest that American spies can decrypt much of the data they collect by tapping into Internet service providers and telecommunications cables.