The case was considered a test of internet privacy laws.
Cybersecurity expert Morgan Wright on the cyber threat China poses to the United States.
Fox News Headlines 24/7 anchor Brett Larson on reports 419 million Facebook users' phone numbers were leaked online and the FTC fine against Google.
The information that was posted for each account included the users’ IDs and phone numbers associated with the account.
A Twitter spokesperson said the company is “committed to doing our part,” in regard to maintaining the integrity of its site during the 2020 presidential election.
Equinix CEO Charles Meyers on the big business of big data centers and the impact of trade issues on the industry.
Overstock interim CEO Jonathan Johnson says the SEC probe into tZERO is 'dormant.'
Paying up is no guarantee that the crook will unlock the computer.
FBN’s Susan Li with the latest on the protests in Hong Kong and reports Huawei is accusing the U.S. of cyberattacks.
According to data from the Federal Trade Commission’s (FTC) list of Do Not Call complaints from 2018, Nevada has 2,579 complaints per every 100,000 people. Overall, the state had 77,316 complaints.
Which Android phone offers the fastest, safest and most secure updates? It's not Samsung.
“Russell Stover deeply regrets that this incident occurred and for any inconvenience or concern it causes its consumers,” according to a press release.
Inside the mind of famous con man Frank Abagnale.
Capital One hacker indicted; faces 25 years in prison.
‘Scam Me if You Can’ author Frank Abagnale on how consumers can protect themselves from scams.
Apple has said it will no longer have human contractors listen to audio recordings of customers using its digital assistant Siri.
Verizon said it has already helped its customers avoid 1.5 billion robocalls this year.
The IRS will never send you any unsolicited email or email you about the status of your tax refund.
Robocalls remain an annoyance for seemingly just about anybody with a phone, and now telecom companies and state officials are working together in an effort to stop the illegal and frustrating calls.
Text message spam “is a triple threat,” according to the Federal Trade Commission.