No peeking at Facebook pages

Aug 23, 2010
Imagine a world in which it's illegal for an employer to get info about a job applicant on Facebook.  That's the world Germany might live in.  On...

Senators want to know why U.S. Marshals Service is keeping body scan images

Aug 23, 2010
They're images of people who entered a U.S. Courthouse in Orlando, Fl. Earlier this month, reports of the 35,000 images the U.S. Marshals Service...

Wal-Mart's smart tags: Good business tactic or an invasion of privacy?

Jul 29, 2010
Wal-Mart will be putting radio tags on clothing sold at its stores -- from tops all the way down to the tighty-whiteys you pick up at the stores....

Browser add-on sounds alarm when Google is watching

Jul 28, 2010
Here's a little something we came across while surfing around the web this morning. It's an extension for your Internet browser called Google Ala...

Hey Baby, What's Your Cluster?

Jul 27, 2010
Read details about Axoicom's 70 clusters on their website using the PersonicsX Interactive Wheel. I just got my data mined. It was a little bit ...

The Internet: Bringing Families Together

Jul 20, 2010
We're just wrapping up tomorrow's show, about social networking for little kids (and how it might not be as bad a thing as you think). And of...

'Zuckerberg law'

May 25, 2010
TechCrunch is featuring a Charlie Rose interview with Yuri Milner, co-founder and CEO of Digital Sky Technologies.  In light of Mark Zuckerberg's...

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How to protect your kids' privacy online

May 10, 2010
Anna Weggel of our Public Insight team tapped into the Public Insight Network for some stories of how parents  help protect their kids' privacy...

You still have time to tell the FTC what you think

May 10, 2010
The Federal Trade Commission is still taking comments on what you think about the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act, or COPPA. If you want...