Twitter new acquisition, Vine, allows users to share short videos. And, privacy advocates are demanding Skype be more transparent about what data it shares with the government.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced the rollout of a new, seemingly obvious feature: search. With one billion users and a lot of data, Facebook has a private trove to mine.
Under a new California law, it is illegal for employers or admissions officers to require applicants to hand over their social media usernames and passwords.
Gizmodo's managing editor Brian Barrett talks his tech predictions for 2013, and Lettrs.com offers a new way to trade old school correspondence online.
As paranoia about online tracking grows, so too the number of businesses that help consumers prevent marketers from mining their personal data.
There's a growing backlash against this data mining by people who are trying to keep their online lives private. Here are some tips to help.