Greycroft co-founder Alan Patricof discusses recent privacy violations by tech giants.
Greycroft co-founder Alan Patricof on mounting privacy concerns over tech companies in the U.S.
Vivek Wadhwa, Harvard Law School distinguished fellow, criticized big-tech companies for their lack of accountability.
Google discovered a security bug in March, but did not disclose it to the public.
BlackBerry CEO John Chen reveals what the company has been focusing on developing.
Facebook's investigation into a data breach that affected nearly 50 million people is still in its early stages.
FBN's Lauren Simonetti on reports Yahoo and AOL still scan emails and sells data to advertisers.
“The Ron Paul Liberty Report” host Ron Paul on how social media sites are censoring libertarians.
Fox News senior judicial analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano on states like New Jersey helping to fund local newspapers and reports that Facebook is asking for users’ financial information from banks.
Former Presidential Election Integrity Commission member Ken Blackwell applauds Facebook for playing offense in midterm election protection, questions Trump's tweets on Russia probe and disagrees with a recent Wall Street Journal report.
FBN's Kristina Partsinevelos on the Senate Intel Committee’s hearing on election meddling on social media platforms.
How this 18-year-old started his own business by finding security vulnerabilities in tech companies, including Facebook, Google and Yahoo.
Sam Curry, 17 Security Founder, describes how he started his hacking career that is helping companies like Yahoo, Google, and Facebook.
The CyberGuy Kurt Knutsson advises money sharing app Venmo users to look at their privacy settings to keep your spending private.
Points and rewards system through Tommy Hilfiger's new smart-chip embedded clothes line.
The DNA testing company’s partnership with GSK puts customers’ personal identity at risk, according to Dr. Marc Siegel.
FOX Business’ Deirdre Bolton, Dow Jones Newswires chief editor Glenn Hall, and “Making Money” host Charles Payne discuss Facebook amid disappointing second-quarter results and founder Mark Zuckerberg losing more than $15 billion.
Fox News medical correspondent Dr. Marc Siegel on the promising signs in Biogen's Alzheimer's new treatment, GlaxoSmithKline buying a stake in 23andMe and the potential privacy concerns over the genetic service.
Loup Ventures managing partner Gene Munster says that President Trump defending Google is a move for him to build a better relationship with other technology companies as they become a bigger part of the economy.
Defense One Tech Editor Patrick Tucker discusses cyber threats and how the government and intelligence officials should approach the issue.