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Schools Might Start to Ban Zoom Over Privacy Concerns
Amid reports of virtual classrooms getting hijacked by racist trolls, schools in New York may look to host online lessons elsewhere.
Does TikTok Have a Major Security Problem?
The video-sharing app, popular among teens, says it has fixed its network vulnerabilities.
Amber Heard Says Being a Victim of Revenge Porn Was ‘Devastating’
The actress wrote an op-ed about her experience being targeted in the celebrity nude photo hack.
How to Plan an Abortion in the Surveillance State
Googling and texting are second nature to most of us, but thinking about how to secure communication isn’t.
Pretty Little Liars
Star Tells Hackers Who Leaked Her Nudes to ‘Kiss My Ass’
She will not apologize for having her privacy violated.
Uber Employees Reportedly Used the App to Spy on Their Exes
A former employee recounts chilling examples of how the app’s tracking capabilities were used.
Kim Kardashian West, Elena Ferrante, and the Right to Privacy
Women are punished no matter how public they choose to be.
don't trust the cloud
Arrest Made in Pippa Middleton iCloud Photo Hack
The hacker reportedly offered
The Daily Mail
3,000 pictures for a large sum of money.
Ariana Grande Shut Down Ryan Seacrest for Being Nosy About Her Love Life
She told him he isn’t entitled to that information.
Sex Toy Collects Data While You Use It
Nothing is private anymore.
Private Moments Hidden in the Public Eye
Photographs from the ICP’s new exhibit
Public, Private, Secret.
Behind the Scenes of an Audaciously Ambitious Social-Science Project
NYU scientists want to track 10,000 New Yorkers for 20 years.
The Ashley Madison Hack Should Scare You, Too
We’re all living in glass houses.
Facebook ‘Likes’ Can Predict Users’ Personalities. Should We Be Worried?
Sussing personality out from an endless ocean of “likes.”
Twitter, Rape, and Privacy on Social Media
Just because it’s public doesn’t mean you should publish it.
Sofia Coppola Discusses Privacy and Fame in
She also apologizes to Lee Radziwill for her having to watch Coppola’s film.