The State of Texas made millions of dollars selling your name, address, and even what kind of car you drive.
The government is investigating whether companies that make apps have violated the privacy rights of children by quietly collecting personal information and sharing it.
When Orbitz learned users of Apple products spend as much as 30-percent more than their Windows-using counterparts on hotels, the site began offering up pricier options first to those surfing from a Mac.
A hotline for Texans who had their personal information exposed to the public remained overwhelmed with calls Thursday.
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