After an outcry on social media, Instagram apologized to its 30 million users Tuesday for what it called confusing language, and now says it won’t sell your photos.
A report that the Senate Judiciary Committee was considering allowing federal agencies warrantless access to Americans’ email could not withstand the wave of criticism it met online.
Do online advertisers know too much about you? The feds have been taking a look at that question — and what to do about it.
Congress soon will consider competing bills that target those who steal music and movies online. But it could have a major impact on how everyone surfs the web.
Your face says a lot about you, but could just one look (with the help of advancing technology) let others in on way too much?
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