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Facebook's former security chief says Mark Zuckerberg has too much power and needs to step down as CEO


Millions of Instagram influencers, celebrities, and brands reportedly had their private contact information exposed online


Google keeps a running list of the things you buy. You can't turn it off, but here's how to stop Google from using your shopping history.



Google is scanning your Gmail inbox to keep a detailed list of your purchases, and there's no easy way to erase it


Sheryl Sandberg revealed a new argument to stop regulators from breaking up Facebook


How to make your Facebook profile as private as possible



9 simple ways to protect your data that don't take much time, but could have huge security benefits


Apple's latest ad emphasises how the iPhone keeps your text conversations private, subtly digging at companies like Facebook and Google


Google wants to be a company that 'helps you get things done,' but there's an important catch you need to know


Google saves a record of your searches and other app activity. Here's how to automatically delete it.


Google's CEO took a subtle swing at Apple in a new op-ed: 'Privacy cannot be a luxury good'


Here's what Google CEO Sundar Pichai carefully avoided talking about during his Google IO speech



Incognito mode is coming to Google Maps and Google search


Google's new $229 'smart hub' device has a built-in Nest camera that can recognise your face


Apple CEO Tim Cook says digital privacy 'has become a crisis'


Mark Zuckerberg spent about $59 million to secretly buy two adjacent private waterfront estates in Lake Tahoe last winter



Mark Zuckerberg says 'the future is private.' But his definition of privacy might not be what you think.


Here are some of the best reactions to Mark Zuckerberg's change of tune on privacy at today’s big Facebook event


Watch Mark Zuckerberg outline Facebook's new 6-principle approach to privacy


New York's Attorney General is investigating Facebook for harvesting 1.5 million users' email data without their consent