The latest news on privacy
No one can ever accuse the government of being consistent, and these days it seems the focus is more on the ends than on the means.
Advocates say firms should define their policies; opposition says bosses can monitor what they pay for.
Employers should be expected to keep their word.
The Senate says gun owners’ rights are safe under health reform. What about the right to privacy?
Strict rules on personal privacy have pitted the country against Google's visual street cataloging.
Google, Microsoft, and others are offering Internet-based records to help you manage your health.
The case could influence how schools treat students suspected of carrying harmful substances.
Those foolish pictures of you on MySpace and Facebook could hurt you later.