The latest news on privacy
Students and university staff say the badges are tailor-made for job searches.
Advocates worry that a system to identify illegal immigrants will morph into a high-tech ID database of all Americans.
Many Americans are a bit late, and a bit selective, in their reaction to privacy violations.
Rutgers should lead the way in adding bullying to the list of expellable offenses.
Study finds cell-phone applications are releasing consumers' private information to online advertisers.
Researchers create a model to manage user-generated content being generated by social networking sites.
Fallout from Facebook's recent privacy issues gives new site some buzz.
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.