If You Used Faceapp To See What You’ll Look Like When You’re Old, Its Russian Developers May Own Your Photos Forever

Though It’s Often Criticized For Racial Bias, Facial Recognition Is Already Being Used Across The Country

Instagram Is Testing Letting Public Accounts Remove Followers

A Supreme Court Decision Made A Major Leap Forward For Your Privacy

Everyone’s Making Jokes About All Of Those Privacy Policy Updates Suddenly Flooding Your Inbox

How ‘Thousands’ Of Android Apps Have Been Illegally Tracking Children

Firefox Has A New ‘Facebook Container’ That Limits Facebook’s Ability To Trace Users Across The Internet

Apple CEO Tim Cook Calls For Stronger, ‘Well-Crafted’ Privacy Rules Following Facebook’s Data Scandal

A New Law Means Facebook Can Turn Your Profile Over To Foreign Governments Without A Warrant

Pornhub Will Soon Start Asking Some Users For Their Legal Names And Addresses

ICE Will Soon Be Able To Track Any License Plate In America

The ACLU Is Suing Homeland Security Over Warrantless Searches Of Electronics At U.S. Borders

Google’s Isn’t Scanning Your Emails To Send You Ads Anymore

This iOS11 Feature Lets You Record Snapchats Without Anyone’s Knowledge

Your Bose Headphones Are Allegedly Collecting Data On You

Why You Should Care That Your ISP Is Going To Be Able To Sell Your Data

The Senators Who Supported An Anti-Internet Privacy Bill Got Called Out In A Full-Page NY Times Ad

A New Lawsuit Alleges Google Is Censoring Its Employees And Their ‘Right To Whistle-Blow’