There's a massive amount of data in private hands and without sufficient controls by the government.
It's encouraging that Google is recognizing that users care about privacy. However, user data is still ultimately a product being sold to advertisers.
Mental health and self-help apps know your deepest secrets. In a growing string of cases, they’re selling your information and ignoring your right to privacy.
The latest legislation provides consumers with the right to access and delete some of their personal data and opt out of data collection under certain circumstances.
It's clear that privacy regulations will continue to be somewhat of a patchwork quilt.
At first glance, this initiative seems like a win for privacy advocates. But how will things pan out over time?
Taking a look at some of the best and worst privacy policies in terms of overall readability
It will take time and determination to force change in data collection practices — nevertheless, it's an issue worth fighting for
Observing the changes that have taken place in the privacy landscape and how they affect today’s society
Surveillance and spying is not only taking place against enemies of the respective governments, but on citizens as well