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.
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.
Facebook friend request scams and viral hoax messages are rampant. Here's what you need to know about spotting and avoiding them.
Some DNA testing companies cooperate with the FBI in genetic testing on crime scene evidence samples. Here's what this might mean for legal investigations.
As data breaches become more common, it's important to know how to better protect your personal data from hackers. Here are some basic cybersecurity steps you can take.
Ticket scams are rampant on sites like Craigslist, especially when a major sporting event like March Madness is coming up. Here's how to spot a fraud.
"Jail" and "prison" are often used interchangeably, but there is a difference between these two terms. Learn what it means if someone has been in jail versus in prison.
So you've just discovered that your girlfriend is still on a dating site. Here are a few tips to help you start an honest conversation with her about it.
The Facebook Research App, recently banned from iOS, gave participants $20 a month in exchange for root access to their smartphone and its usage data.
Could you unwittingly be the victim of manipulation or brainwashing? Here are six common traits of cult-like groups that might indicate you're being influenced.