California Attorney General Xavier Becerra went to court in San Francisco Wednesday in a bid to force Facebook Inc. to provide more information for an …
A man was arrested Saturday for allegedly hiding a recording device in a dressing room at a Pleasanton Mall, police said Monday.
A judge ruled Monday to affirm the State Bar of California’s decision to protect the personal information of bar applicants.
The CPUC approved a settlement requiring Comcast to pay $33.4 million for releasing the unlisted phone numbers of nearly 75,000 customers.
San Francisco sheriff’s deputies working as jail guards may be the first county jail guards in California to wear body-worn cameras.
Sprint has agreed to pay $15.5 million to settle allegations that it overcharged law enforcement agencies for carrying out court-ordered wiretaps.
Teamsters officials say Zoo executives have radios equipped with spyware giving them the capability to listen in on employees’ private conversations.
The Berkeley City Council Tuesday night will consider a proposal to impose a two-year moratorium on drones.
President Barack Obama signed an executive order Friday encouraging the private sector to share cybersecurity threat information with the U.S. government.
Richmond police officers started using body cameras for the first time this week.
Security cameras owned by private citizens would feed into a police database in San Jose.
Apple said Tuesday no “backdoor” exists to give the NSA unfettered access to the iPhone.
Federally-approved test drones will launch in Oregon, Nevada and Hawaii through 2017.
Wink-to-snap photos from Google Glass promise to escalate privacy concerns.
A secret federal court has extended the government’s authority to collect phone records.
Facebook said Tuesday it received more than 25,000 government data requests in the first half of 2013.
A secret court overseeing national security has called for declassifying documents related to PRISM requests.
Facebook’s Graph Search allows strangers to discover information about you that you may not have intended them to find.
Facebook announced a new tool to allow users to query their friends’ and public data on the huge social network.
Mark Zuckerberg’s sister tweeted her frustration when a family photo went viral after being posted as ‘public’ on Facebook.