“You cannot sell the privacy of the people of your country down the river,” Pelosi said.
The California Consumer Privacy Act is attempting to rewrite the rules of the internet.
Facebook took a full year to reply to an initial subpoena, a court filing said.
The lawsuit says the social media platform unlawfully stores people’s biometric data, pointing to its “tag suggestions” feature for photos.
Democrats in Congress are threatening to take action after the FTC reportedly voted on a $5 billion penalty for Facebook's privacy violations.
Facebook has been under scrutiny for privacy violations.
There's almost nothing you can do to get a fake sex tape of yourself taken offline.
Ninety-two percent of American children have an online presence before the age of two, thanks to their moms or dads.
The decision follows a number of major companies using so-called "session replay" to record users' activity.
Apple has announced plans to make a software update available this week to solve the issue.
Company executives, particularly Mark Zuckerberg and Sheryl Sandberg, have not exactly been forthcoming about the many controversies of 2018.
When it comes to your personal information online, there's no such thing as "delete."
Legal experts say Stephen Elliott's libel case may unmask anonymous contributors to the list launched by Moira Donegan.
Child monitoring apps are marketed to keep kids safe, but experts say many raise privacy concerns.
Until recently, anyone could download personally identifiable information from closed Facebook groups.
All that criticism hasn't hurt his bottom line, according to rankings by Bloomberg.
Google and other big tech companies opposed the measure, saying it was too burdensome.
A bug caused up to 14 million users’ new posts to appear publicly, even if they previously had a more private default setting.
My NYU colleagues and I analyzed 1.7 million messages posted to 4chan, 8chan and pastebin.