Twitter apologies for its mistake.
Options and headings that are written confusingly await you when you use Office.
This goes against everything Google’s been saying about privacy lately.
A China-style social credit is on the way to Australia, a new report suggests.
Police even scored a 100% misidentification rate in two separate instances.
The Rankware scenario sounds eerily similar to the events that proceeded the Cambridge Analytica scandal.
The EU is trying to find away around the ruling that mass data retention is illegal.
Turkey fines Facebook $270,000.
Firefox is trying to earn back public trust after last weekend’s disaster.
The UK government wants more details on the extent of online tracking.