Sophisticated malware can mimic a customer service chat box and scam you into handing over sensitive information.
Palo Alto, Calif.-based Impermium is helping rid the Web of pesky social spam.
Consumers hate hearing from telemarketers, but we hate them for so many different reasons. Here are the most common complaints.
A study finds social network users are being more careful with the information they put out there for the world to see.
The Obama administration has proposed a “bill of rights” to protect consumers’ data, but privacy experts say it’s unclear what legislation will come out of it.
A new report pinpoints the 10 worst cities in the U.S. for cybercrime, and some of America's most well-known cities top the list.
E-commerce sites are under fire for their data collection and third-party tracking practices, but a few distinguish themselves as more respectful of your privacy.
The FCC just passed new rules making it harder for telemarketers to leave you a pre-recorded message. Here’s how it will work.
If spammers have invaded your phone’s text inbox, don’t bother angrily texting them back – just go onto your carrier’s website to take care of the problem.
Customers are using their phones and computers to manage their finances more than ever before, but security concerns stand in the way of full adoption.