The suit accuses Google of using its "education services package" to spy on children and their families.
Part-time farmer Steffen Schwarz planted a field of corn in such a way that the gaps spelled out the words “Do you want to marry me?”
The privacy issue involved videos that were exported to the storage program Download Your Data, previously called Google Takeout, in November.
People's emails are being harvested and inundated by fearmongering grifters.
"You Soft Head" is the potential hit song she never had as performed on "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon."
A special prosecutor investigating the handling of the former "Empire" actor's case in Chicago requested a year's worth of Smollett's digital footprint.
Mass murderers are listed as real estate investors or doctors, and white supremacists get the titles of "writer" and "publisher."
Current Google CEO Sundar Pichai will take over at the parent company, Alphabet.
The group plans to file charges with the National Labor Relations Board.
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Shoshana Zuboff, the author of “The Age of Surveillance Capitalism,” discusses how tech companies harvest our thoughts, preferences and behaviors.
YouTube's algorithm is designed to keep you watching for as long as possible, even if that means pushing out increasingly extreme content for you to binge.
The force's recruitment account on Twitter said ads purchased on Google had "ended up on sites that do not reflect the City’s values.”
It probably is.
Attorneys general from 48 states, Puerto Rico and the District of Columbia are investigating whether Google is engaging in monopolistic behavior.
Fifty U.S. attorneys general are joining the investigation, led by Texas.
The settlement follows allegations that the video service collected children's personal data without their parents’ consent.
Spam calendar invitations are driving many people nuts.
YouTube will pay at least $150 million for violating a law designed to protect kids online.