Is Twitter standing up for your rights or just branding?
Our email privacy laws are 30 years old. Why?
Watch for these clues so you can reclaim your digital life.
The six habits that are just common-sense security in the current year.
The worst has happened. Now what?
What is end-to-end encryption and what does it mean for your text messaging?
It can be hacked. So should you abandon it?
Supercookie tracking came at a high price for Verizon Wireless.
What if I told you that every mobile call you made could be tracked?
Political campaigns aren’t bound by the same rules as retailers
Who needs a point-and-shoot anymore? Not you
Virtual reality has come a long way and it’s coming to your living room soon
Why and how to monitor your child online
And Why Bank of America’s Unlimited Budget Is Good For Everyone
The Mobile Phone is the ATM Card of the Future
The concept of "privacy by obscurity" explained.
Don’t let your good deed go bad by leaving your personal data exposed
An out-of-control inbox isn’t just a time drain. It’s a security risk.
Facebook friend lists allow you to avoid embarrassing oversharing
It’s a perfect time to tune up your security
You might not know it, but you probably already have a Google “About Me” page.
Most identity theft monitoring is something you may be able to manage on your own.
Here, some of the top online scams to beware of this holiday season.
It’s time to beef up your phone’s security.
Fall in love, not into a trap.
Surprise! It’s probably not that hard.
Corporate wellness programs can offer lots of perks savings, but what are you sacrificing in privacy?
When notable names like Stephen Hawking and Elon Musk write an open letter about “killer robots,” the world notices.
Tired of companies collecting data about you? Here’s how to opt out.
Scammers are always a step ahead, and their latest trick has just gotten a name
The simple things that can make you look bad to potential employers.
The Internet of Things just keeps getting more interesting -- and, hopefully, more secure.
DNA decoding services unlock genetic makeup -- but they could come at a cost.
An overview of Apple’s iOS 9 and why you should upgrade
Don’t miss the signs before major damage is done
The latest spin on a ransom note isn’t composed of letters clipped out of a newspaper.
Will banks soon be using your selfies to prove your identity?
Looking for a social network that doesn’t own and sell your data? Here are a few -- and the potential drawbacks of using them
Your baby is so adorable you just can’t resist sharing all that cuteness with others. But the photos, videos and information you post now can follow your little one for life. Here’s what you should know.
Windows 10 is here, and it will make your data safer.
The social site relies on your sense of curiosity and sympathy to con you into clicks. Here’s how to avoid spreading the hoax.
Think it’s cute that your kid’s toy says her name? Think again.
With identity theft on the rise, do you need to spend money to protect yourself?
They cost a lot of money, so take better care of them.
Don’t become a slave to your devices.
Don’t want your kids’ photos online? Sometimes you can do something about it.
You’re linked everywhere online. Here’s how to uncouple.
Signed up? Don’t expect the calls to stop.
Not everyone is a fan of Facebook’s latest plan.
Your TV might be listening to you.
Significantly diminish the chances of your child being bullied with a few easy steps.
It matters more than you might imagine.
Are strangers recognizing you?
Net neutrality. You’ve heard the buzzword, but you’re still not sure what it actually means.
Look for these things to avoid getting ripped off.
You posted something your boss didn’t like. Will it cost you your job?
Yes, they are -- and they’re harder to get rid of than regular cookies.
Don’t lose your most important gadgets while on the road
The Internet knows a lot about you, and not just what’s in your social media accounts.
It might be convenient, but is it safe to get into a car with a stranger?
Kids can have safe fun online, but it takes vigilance from you.
iPhones can help you create a safe online space for your kids
Uncle Sam knows more about your travels than you might think
Make sure you don’t get the gift of identity theft this holiday season.
The Internet is crawling with holiday-themed scams. Here’s how to avoid them.
There’s more to leaving Facebook than just disabling your account.
Stay secure online with these little lifesavers.
This year, skip the lines and find the deals.
Apple wants to change the way you pay. Here’s how it works.
Your kid might be lobbying for an account, but you should resist.
It sounds like a very useful service, but the technology holds dangerous pitfalls, say the experts.
How private is it? Know before you take a chance.
Stolen phone? Don’t put yourself in danger.
The Internet has a long memory, and your online reputation could take a permanent hit if you don’t manage it actively.
Leave your overstuffed wallet home.
It’s easy -- and potentially dangerous -- for your kids to hide out online.
When your friends are getting spammed by your account, what’s next?
Find love, not criminals and creeps.
Help them avoid loss, theft and damage.
Drones aren’t just for the military; anybody with a credit card can buy one.
Life is more convenient than ever, but you need to stay safe.
Committing any of these data sins? You'll pay the price eventually.
Less online experience can mean more security and privacy risk.
It might sound funny, but technology addiction is real