Senate Votes to Overturn Internet Privacy Rules

A recent 50-48 Senate vote seeks to overturn privacy regulations enacted under the Obama administration.


The Balancing Act between Privacy and Justice

Privacy advocates and law enforcement are currently at odds over this issue when it comes to internet activity. In a recent case, a search warrant has been issued to Google over an identity theft crime.

Can Your Boss Check Your Personal Cell Phone? It Depends.

It takes only one infected app to take down an entire network.

What Can We Learn From a Celebrity Hack?

It’s tough to be famous. Having A-lister celebrity status and the wealth that goes along with it might seem glamorous from the outside, but recent cybersecurity issues have proven that it’s not all private jets and red carpets.

Privacy Victory: Television Manufacturer to Pay $2.2M in Damages

The wave of the future gadgets might once have been the domain of EPCOT Center and “The Jetsons,” but many of those what-if devices are now a reality. More than that, many of them are now in our homes, our pockets, and our everyday lives.

IoT Medical Devices and Your Privacy

When the internet of things first took off with “connected” devices and home appliances, the resulting reaction was fairly positive.

Seven Privacy Habits You Can Start Today

Taking care of your identity and protecting your privacy might seem like insurmountable tasks, especially in the face of major data breaches, large-scale international hacking, and other “out of my hands” threats. 

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