Ans Rana was left with serious brain and spinal cord injuries after an Amazon van struck the car he was in, Bloomberg reports.
Mark Zuckerberg has dealt with scandal after scandal, from a 2012 psychological experiment on 70,000 unconsenting users to 2021's "Facebook Papers."
Apple introduced a privacy change for iPhones in April that forces apps to ask users' permission before tracking them for advertising purposes.
Insider is seeking to identify up-and-coming marketers who are shaking things up at established and new brands.
The lawsuit was filed against Facebook in 2018 on behalf of Washington DC residents affected by the Cambridge Analytica scandal.
Signal is a messaging app that uses end-to-end encryption to keep your messages private - not even the company that makes the app can see them.
You can delete your Google Maps history through your Google account's Settings page, using a computer or the mobile app.
The sense I got from this conference is that the industry is upset with the company for giving the technology a bad name.
A student belonging to one of China's Muslim minority ethnic groups was detained for six months after using a VPN to access her school email account.
Syniverse, which is used by companies like AT&T and Verizon, revealed that hackers had been inside its system for years, affecting millions of users.
Astro "will almost certainly throw itself down a flight of stairs," one source told Vice. Amazon disputes the claims.
The iPhone feature allowing users to "ask app not to track" is sometimes "useless" in stopping third parties from collecting your data, a study found.
Facebook hasn't escaped the 2018 Cambridge Analytica scandal as shareholders allege a $5 billion "quid pro quo" between the tech giant and the FTC.
Schools often use controversial AI software to detect kids at risk of self-harm, but some say these programs violate students' privacy.
Facebook's glasses have a light to alert people that the wearer is recording, but it's unclear how the company will make sure people don't cover it.
The announcement came after WhatsApp got some bad press over whether its service is as private as the company says it is.
Apple SVP Craig Federighi told The Wall Street Journal that the company's widely criticized child-safety feature was in no way "a backdoor."