Hospitals have reportedly granted Microsoft, IBM, Amazon, and Google access to detailed patient information as part of deals to process millions of medical records.
A recent report from the cybersecurity team at vpnMentor has revealed that a porn site has suffered a massive data breach, exposing the personal data of 4,000 adult cam models — including scans of passports and driver's licenses, and model releases dis...
A recent report from the Norwegian Consumer Council alleges that dating and fertility apps are some of the biggest offenders when it comes to sharing private user data with ad firms.
A recent bad code update on Facebook allowed anyone to see which accounts posted Facebook Pages, including those of celebrities and politicians. Among the pages exposed by the bug was teenage climate activist Greta Thunberg, whose posts are often autho...
A recent report alleges that Microsoft contractors in China listened in on Skype conversations and Cortana recordings with "no security measures" taken to protect the audio clips.
Silicon Valley tech giant Google has suspended the integration of some of its hardware and services with Chinese company Xiaomi after a user who connected a Xiaomi camera to his Google Home Hub revealed that he was able to see into other users' homes, ...
2019 will go into the books as a bad year for data privacy, as sensitive personal details of many millions of users were leaked, breached, or left wide open by the Silicon Valley Masters of the Universe. Breitbart News has collected some of the bigges...
American colleges and universities are using students' smartphones to track surveil students on campus. Many students have opted into surveillance programs after being encouraged by their professors.
A massive data leak from Facebook has exposed the names, personal IDs, and phone numbers of 267 million users — most of them American — on the dark web, according to reports.
Social media giants are fighting back against a new privacy law in India that would force companies like Google and Facebook to tighten their policies on user data privacy.
Facebook has admitted that it still tracks its users' location even when "location services" on a device is turned off.
Google has reportedly handed over 1,500 private phone locations to the federal government as part of a "geofencing" request tied to a criminal arson investigation in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
A recent report alleges that a number of "smart toys" have glaring security vulnerabilities that could place children at risk. In some cases, weak bluetooth security could allow strangers to digitally eavesdrop on children as they play.
Reports have begun flooding in of Amazon Ring camera systems being hacked over the past few days, with the hackers hurling racial abuse at owners, interacting with their children, and even demanding ransom payments.
Silicon Valley tech giant Apple is being accused of monitoring a former executive's private messages in order to build a breach of contract case against him.
TikTok's parent company ByteDance is facing accusations that it violated child privacy laws and improperly collected data on young users, according to a new lawsuit.
A security expert claims that the iPhone 11 Pro may still track users' locations even after having its location services disabled. Apple's response is that the company “does "not see any actual security implications."
The FBI applied for a search warrant to compel Sony to share private data on a Playstation 4 user who was allegedly brokering cocaine distribution deals using the Playstation's in-game chat functionality, according to a new report.
Tech giants including Google and Facebook engage in extensive "one-way mirror" surveillance of their users, sharing the data they collect with third parties via a complex and unregulated system that puts private information at risk, according to a newl...
A new lawsuit alleges that social media app TikTok sent "vast quantities" of data on American users to China.