We tracked and analyzed Google web searches to delete Facebook in 255 locations across 17 countries over 12 months.
We take a look at at the situation in China now that the government has stopped turning a blind eye to VPN use and banned it.
Amazon wants home assistant Alexa to recognize your emotions to help you. We have concerns how this data will be used.
The US edition of our research into the illegal trade of stolen personal data and hacked log-ins, including dating profiles, streaming services, online stores and even Airbnb.
Changes in the law mean ISPs can now share and sell customer data. Find out why it happened, what it means for US internet users, and how you can protect your privacy online.
Facebook touts its new Messenger Kids app as a safe way for kids to chat. Dig deeper and a more disturbing picture emerges.
We studied what most internet users are comfortable sharing and how that compares to the true extent of data intrusions.
Some of the worst examples of intrusive features, which may make you reconsider which apps you keep installed.
Privacy concerns about Face ID have intensified now that it's emerged that app makers can store your facial data.
We have uncovered some disturbing vulnerabilities in popular smart toys that mean hackers can spy on your kids.