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What you say in your iMessages may be somewhat private and safe from the prying eyes of law enforcement, but the people you have in your contacts list isn’t. In fact, Apple logs your iMessage contacts almost every time you enter a new number to sta...

WhatsApp's decision to share user data with Facebook has provoked the ire of yet another foreign government. Last week, India's Delhi High Court ordered WhatsApp to delete any data collected from users who opted out of the company's ne...

The pop star provides a model for dealing with the pressure of oversharing.

A Hamburg regulator said on Tuesday that neither the messenger nor its parent company had received individuals’ permission to share digital information.

 Is Facebook having — A) An existential crisis B) An attack of conscience C) A mid-life crisis D) None of the above? Read More...

A Verizon Wireless employee has pleaded guilty to violating federal law by selling customer phone records and location data to a private investigator, starting at a measly $50 a month. According to a plea agreement [PDF] filed last week in a federal...

Chrome: Signal, the encrypted chat app built by Open Whisper Systems and approved by the likes of Edward Snowden, is now out of beta and available as a desktop app through Chrome.Read more...