New Jersey's top law enforcement officer has launched an investigation after reports that a British data analysis firm captured information from 50 million Facebook users without their consent
The deadly collision between an Uber autonomous vehicle and a pedestrian near Phoenix is bringing calls for tougher self-driving regulations, but advocates for a hands-off approach say big changes aren't needed
An Egyptian court has ordered authorities to revoke the operating licenses of the Uber and Careem ride-sharing services and to block their mobile apps and software
As the controversy over Cambridge Analytica’s alleged misuse of Facebook data grows, other groups’ use of the social network have also been thrust into the spotlight, including President Barack Obama’s 2012 presidential election campaign.
The company recently said it would work with Microsoft, the latest company to seek protection for its products after a string of data breaches.
Alex Stamos, Facebook’s chief security officer who helped track down how Russia harnessed the network for its disinformation campaign in 2016, is under a spotlight and reportedly set to resign later this year.
Britain's information commissioner plans to apply for a warrant to access the servers of Cambridge Analytica, which allegedly used data mined from Facebook to help Donald Trump win the 2016 presidential election