The latest news on 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.
Here's one: E-mail and Web access to doctors means fewer office visits needed.
When computerized health information floods the ether, current confidentiality rules won't work.
So why am I a bit creeped out?
Privacy blogger says company is deceiving us by saying it will keep search records for only nine months.