Texas Among 16 States Backing Alabama's Challenge To Census Privacy ToolTexas is among more than a dozen states backing Alabama's challenge to a statistical method the U.S. Census Bureau is using for the first time to protect the privacy of people who participated in the 2020 census.
Apple To Make It Harder For Apps To Track iPhone UsersApple says it will roll out a new privacy control in the spring to prevent iPhone apps from secretly shadowing people.
Elaborate Scheme Scams 'Thousands Of Consumers' And Toy Company Little TikesTexans are heading into the holiday season and Covid-19 numbers are on the rise again. It's the perfect combination for fraudsters.
New TikTok HQ Could Be Based In Texas After Trump Says He Gave 'Blessing' To US DealThe popular video app TikTok could soon be based in Texas after President Donald Trump said Saturday he gave his "blessing" to a deal for U.S. operations.
I-Team: How Much About Your Child Are North Texas School Districts Sharing Online?The social media images that teachers may be posting are now coming from inside students' homes.
Hacked! Dallas ISD Apologizes After Parent-Senior Meeting 'Zoom Bombed' By Porn Dallas ISD is apologizing after hackers popped pornography on-screen during an online Zoom meeting between dozens of students, teachers, and parents to discuss graduation last week.
Coronavirus In Texas: Zoom Privacy And Security Issues Under ScrutinyA popular video conferencing program is facing scrutiny about its privacy practices.
I-Team: Texas DMV Made $3M Last Year Selling Drivers' Personal InformationThe information sold includes drivers’ names, addresses, phone numbers, emails and vehicle identification information.
DNA Databases Testing The Limits Of PrivacyThe new technology is turning cold cases red hot, solving dozens of cases across the nation including one in Fort Worth.
Convenience Of Telemedicine Comes With Privacy RisksTelemedicine is booming. But as the practice grows in popularity, so do the chances of getting duped.
FBI Social Media Monitoring Could Lead To Privacy Clash With FacebookThe FBI could find itself in a face-off with social media companies over privacy, after the agency solicited proposals from outside vendors to monitor social media for threats.
Facebook Fined $5B For Privacy Violations, Ordered To Add OversightA new settlement with the Federal Trade Commission means Facebook will pay $5 billion in fines and must institute new privacy protections and oversight on its business.
Dallas Homeowners Share Privacy Concerns, Ask For Solutions After Storms Knock Down Tree BarrierThe city of Dallas has lost more than 700 trees in last month's storms and for some homeowners, the loss of trees has changed their quality of life.
Investigators Find Missing Woman's Car In Grapevine Lake With Body InsideInvestigators located the SUV belonging to a woman reported missing in Grapevine two weeks ago.Investigators located the SUV belonging to a woman reported missing in Grapevine two weeks ago.
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.