Personally identifiable information
7.5 million women in the U.S. experience fertility issues, and those who use self-tracking technology face multiple challenges.
The process of collecting scraps of data and assembling them allows companies "to know you better than you know yourself," Apple's CEO said.
Eric Richardson tried to pressure women into relationships and got personal info on another driver for a friend, authorities said.
The action could pave way for millions of Facebook users to go after the Trump-linked firm.
If your online data can represent you more accurately than your “IRL self,” data privacy issues become more critical and dangerous.
The company's reaction to a leaked internal memo shows a shocking lack of self-awareness.
According to NBC, a loophole allows people to access personal information of individual users.
Information on 198 million American voters was freely available -- if you knew where to look.
Ask anyone who has experienced an attack on their identity -- and with that their credit-worthiness -- when they were, for example, in the middle of making a major purchase like a home or car: Identity-related crimes are a game-changer and the fallout can be pretty dire.
As we bounce from one breaking news story to the next, there is very little talk in the way of what consumers can do to better protect themselves from what we should call "the new data insecurity."
The first step when it comes to identity theft is admitting you have a problem. Knowing your ID IQ is a good place to start.
While tight with the purse strings when it comes to public employees, apparently the Walker administration does support full employment for at least one group of workers who clearly don't rely upon collective bargaining: identity thieves.