People need to be much more aware of the risks they might be running by revealing too much personal information
Metadata from iPhone and Android apps can leak data about the phone's model, age of users, gender and location
The Obama administration and some of America’s biggest technology companies have agreed a tentative deal that would allow the firms – including Facebook, Google, Yahoo, LinkedIn and Microsoft – to tell the public more about how the US Government collects information on their customers.
Software for Google Glass culls information from social media profiles, dating sites, and criminal registries - plans for a smartphone app are in the works
Britain’s secret listening service, GCHQ, uses a spying system codenamed “Royal Concierge” to carry out detailed surveillance on foreign diplomats and government delegations at more than 350 hotels across the world, Germany’s Der Spiegel magazine reported on Sunday.
GCHQ uses doctored websites including those from the business network LinkedIn to secretly install surveillance software on the computers of unwitting target companies and individuals it wants to spy on, the German news magazine Der Spiegel has reported.
US lawsuit claims professionals' social network harvested email addresses without consent
A worrying tale of two Citys in which loyal fans are treated with contempt by ruthless operators
Mystery man paid out thousands of dollars but still kept most of his salary
It is expected to be a customisable recommendation tool to compete with the likes of Yelp and TripAdvisor
In a sign of our changing times, a forthcoming white paper out of the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton school bears the title, "OMG My Boss Just Friended Me."
Nine years after his death, The Clash's rhythm-guitarist, Joe Strummer, is still supporting new talent. By Ian Burrell
As Tom Glocer steps down as CEO, Sean Farrell reads between the lines
Investors have been waiting a long time for the chance to buy into a business loved by its 800 million users
From Dave'n'Barack to trendy club nights and Boris's wiff waff, we can't get enough of ping pong. Howard Jacobson sings the praises of a great game, while Will Dean looks at the healthy state of table tennis in Britain