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FILE - In this Tuesday, Dec. 13, 2011, file photo, a Facebook User Operations Safety Team worker looks at reviews at Facebook headquarters in Menlo Park, Calif. Curating your facebook news feed, and other practices that can help personalize a user's facebook activity can be burdensome process, but the result: Less tabloid magazine, more personal messages and cute pictures from people who are actually your friends. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma, File)
SAN FRANCISCO - Google’s memory is getting a little shorter. Just not short enough for some. The company adjusted its policies Wednesday to answer complaints that it never forgets what users have looked for.
NEW YORK - Britney Spears burst into tears while pleading for privacy from the media during an interview for NBC's "Dateline." Spears told Matt Lauer she wants the paparazzi to leave her alone. In a choked-up voice Spears says "you have to realize that we're people."
Britney Spears performs during the second show of her \'Onyx Hotel Tour\' Wednesday, March 3, 2004 at Glendale Arena in Glendale.
The Privacy by Design Research Lab at Arizona State University’s W.P. Carey School of Business is working with industry leaders to produce guidelines for businesses worldwide to effectively protect personal data.
GENEVA — You have been tagged in 12 photos - even if you're not signed up to the Web site. European regulators are investigating whether the practice of posting photos, videos and other information about people on sites such as Facebook without their consent is a breach of privacy laws.
Nick Dranias: Confidentiality appears to be guaranteed by the Census Bureau when you fill out one of their mandatory surveys. But when it comes to sharing your private information with the federal government, the only real guarantee is that there isn't one.
BARCELONA, Spain - Batman star Christian Bale asked for privacy Thursday in his first comments since allegations he assaulted his mother and sister at a London hotel, saying the incident was personal.
NEW YORK - Privacy concerns stemming from online shopping rose in 2007, a new study finds, as the loss or theft of credit card information and other personal data soared to unprecedented levels.
NEW YORK - Some users of the online hangout Facebook are complaining that its two-week-old marketing program is publicizing their purchases for friends to see.
GETTING HEAT: Facebook CEO and founder Mark Zuckerberg speaks to news media and advertising partners in New York on Nov. 6. Two weeks after announcing a new marketing program with much fanfare, the online hangout is facing complaints from some users w
Between Facebook and MySpace and personalized Web sites and an onslaught of confessional TV talk shows, you have to wonder if the concept of personal privacy is an anachronism.
NEW YORK - Renee Zellweger, who has filed for an annulment from Kenny Chesney after just four months of marriage, says the couple "hope to experience this transition as privately as possible."
NEW YORK - Google is at once a powerful search engine and a growing e-mail provider. It runs a blogging service, makes software to speed Web traffic and has ambitions to become a digital library. And it is developing a payments service.
For two months, Jacob Sevlie’s insurance company tagged along whenever he slid behind the wheel of his Honda Accord.
Think back. What were you doing between June 20 and July 5, 2002?
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. - Rush Limbaugh and the American Civil Liberties Union don't agree about much, but they're in accord that the conservative radio commentator's medical records should be off-limits to prosecutors.
You think the things that you do online are between you and your computer. Not so. Your cyber-privacy is constantly being chipped away: by your Internet provider, your cellphone carrier and lawmakers. Before you post to a social-media site or browse the Internet for that report you're compiling on pedophiles, keep in mind how your actions online are anything but private.
NEW YORK — In Facebook's vision of the Web, you would no longer be alone and anonymous. Sites would reflect your tastes and interests — as you expressed them on the social network — and you wouldn't have to fish around for news and songs that interest you.
NEW YORK -- All the dirty laundry younger people seem to air on social networks these days might lead older Americans to conclude that today's tech-savvy generation doesn't care about privacy. But it's not quite true, a new study finds.