Breaking Up (With Facebook) Is Hard To Do: Here's HowFor some Facebook users, the past two years of privacy scandals, Russian election manipulation, executive apologies and even disagreements with friends and relatives have become too much.
Report: Facebook Gave Tech Giants More Access To Users' Data Than It SaidFacebook gave some of the tech industry's biggest companies greater access to users' personal data than the social-networking company previously disclosed.
Report: Hackers Snooping Inside Equifax Since MarchA Wall Street Journal report says that hackers broker into Equifax's computer systems in March, giving them months to probe vulnerabilities and eventually gain access to the data of 143 million Americans.
Rewards Cards: How Much Personal Information Is Collected?It seems like every store is offering rewards programs these days. And now some retailers have started teaming up, offering one card that helps you earn points at several stores.
CBS 11 Investigates: State Sells Personal Information & You Can't Opt OutThe State of Texas made millions of dollars selling your name, address, and even what kind of car you drive.
Government Investigating Makers Of Kids AppsThe government is investigating whether companies that make apps have violated the privacy rights of children by quietly collecting personal information and sharing it.
Report: Orbitz Steers Mac Users To Pricier HotelsWhen 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.
Texans Swamp Hotline After Personal Data ExposedA hotline for Texans who had their personal information exposed to the public remained overwhelmed with calls Thursday.