The City Council held a hearing Wednesday on an Internet privacy bill that would ban employers from demanding access to the social media accounts of current or prospective employees.
In the world of warfare, the drones are guided on combat missions remotely by pilots and computers thousands of miles away. But now, anyone can buy a drone — without the weapons — to fly here at home.
Furious parents gathered on Monday night to blast the New York City Department of Education’s plans to allow a nonprofit organization to collect student data, including personal and health information.
Districts that provide students with laptops, cell phones or other electronic devices will now have to provide written notification that the device may track them.
The state health department apologized for the error and said it has taken steps to prevent the error from happening again.
An outline retailer loved by many in New York – and across the United States – says they’ve been hacked.
When two guys from Marlboro, New Jersey launched BeenVerified, a million people suddenly knew a lot more going into that blind date or Craigslist purchase.
Some much-needed tech support has come to Facebook for concerned parents. If you have questions or concerns about keeping your teens safe from cyber bullies, there are new online tools to help.
More than a decade after the 2000 presidential election forced states to toss out century-old voting technology, the League of Women Voters says New York’s new machines are fine, but some improvements are needed.
NEW YORK (CBS) ― Facebook’s vice president of product privacy Chris Cox announced that starting Wednesday, May 26, Facebook will be launching “drastically simplified” and improved privacy controls. Cox made the announcement at TechCrunch Disrupt, […]
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