Harvard University rescinded a Parkland student's admission after racist comments surfaced from his past. Could better reputation management have helped him keep his spot?
Can't find your new acquaintance or long-lost friend on social media? Here's how to find hidden social media accounts with tight privacy settings.
Getting calls from unknown numbers that look similar to your own? It might be neighbor spoofing. Learn more about the latest phone spam and how to block it.
Few things are more nerve-wracking than an unexpected background check. Whether you are interviewing for a new job, signing a lease on an apartment or applying for a volunteer opportunity, waiting on results may cause some stress.
A prenuptial agreement isn't only for the rich and famous. Experts weigh in on how it can help people "uncouple" smarter.
A third-party collections agency that works with Quest Diagnostics was breached, potentially exposing nearly 12 million patient records.
According to a new report from the Washington Post, even when your phone isn't in use, your device is busy sharing your data with a complex web of partners.
According to a new report, multiple employees of Snapchat allegedly abused their access to user data several years ago.
The city of Baltimore has now been without access to many essential government systems for more than two weeks, thanks to a recent ransomware attack. Any city could be the next target.
If you’re among the many people who delay updating the apps on your smartphone, ignoring the latest one from the free messaging service app WhatsApp may expose your phone and your personal information to hackers.
There are a lot of popular smartphone apps that allow users to livestream to strangers or communicate anonymously. Is your teen using one of them?
It's important to know how to spot a con artist and understand how they might pick a target. Consider these five common traits of fraudsters.