Free-wheeling tech platforms may face tighter regulations
There may be no such thing as privacy anymore but there are still laws that protect certain types of information
Even when users asked it not to, Google kept tracking them, state alleged.
Incognito mode is sort of private -- and that's a problem
Google and iHeartMedia, which owns radio stations across the country, have settled charges that they aired deceptive radio ads touting Google's Pixel 4 smartphone. Besides the settlement with the Federal Trade Commission, the companies will pay about $9.4 million in penalties to states, including Arizona, California, Georgia, Illinois, Massachusetts,
“Dr. Google” may not be so bad after all. Doctors complain about “cyberchondia” — increased anxiety inducted by the internet — but a new study finds that consumers’ ability to arrive at a correct diagnosis is often helped by their internet searches. Other studies, however, are less cheery. “I have patients all