Google, YouTube Fined $170 Million For Violating Children's PrivacyThe FTC says the company collected children’s data without their parents’ consent.
NYC Board Of Elections Exposes All Voters' Names And Addresses OnlineBecause of the online dump, anyone from your nosy neighbor to a harassing political activist can come knocking on your door after a few clicks of their mouse.
Facebook Faces U.K. Fine Over Data Privacy ScandalFacebook is facing its first financial penalty for allowing the political consultancy Cambridge Analytica to forage through the personal data of millions of unknowing Facebook users.
Couple's Amazon Device Recorded Private Conversation, Sent To FriendA couple in Oregon is demanding answers from Amazon after they claim their home's voice-activated device recorded a private conversation and sent it to a co-worker's phone.
Seen At 11: Privacy Experts Alarmed By New York DMV's Sale Of InformationWe do everything we can to protect our personal information, so as to keep it from falling into the hands of identity thieves or other cyber criminals.
Planned Smart Electric Meters On Long Island Draw Fears About Privacy, RadiationPower is going high-tech on Long Island, as PSEG rolls out a new way of measuring electricity use. But some are worried that the new meters might be invading their privacy.
Some Concerned About Car Computers' Effect On PrivacyConnecting to the web on the road is a convenience that could be harming us. What is saved and shared has people concerned.
New Car Technology Leads To Concerns About Invasion Of PrivacyFrom TVs to automobiles, buying new often means getting the latest technology, from touch screens to wi-fi capability. But is there a price for this accessibility?
Seen At 11: Some Families Use Security Cameras For More Than Just SafetyThese days, in-home security cameras are being used for more than just safety. New technology has made it easier for families to stay in touch than ever before.
Kean Working To Ensure 'Upskirt' Photos Are Illegal In New JerseyState Sen. Tom Kean, Jr. (R-Westfield) is taking a second look at New Jersey's privacy laws to see if a legal loophole like the one uncovered in Massachusetts exists in the Garden State.
City Bill Would Ban Bosses From Demanding Facebook Access To Current, Potential EmployeesThe 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.
CBS 2 Investigation: Beware Of Domestic Drones -- The High-Flying SpiesIn 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.
Parents Irate Over NYC DOE Plan To Give Student Data To Nonprofit OrganizationFurious 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.
Gov. Christie Signs Measure That Bars 'Spying' On N.J. Students Via School-Issued Laptops 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.