Sometime today, if you're a Facebook user, you'll get an email from the company asking you to vote away your right to vote on the company's governance.
Facebook's updating its data use policy yet again, in an attempt to satisfy the Irish data protection authority - and potential shareholders.
Twitter's seized the moral high ground by giving control of its patents to its staff, and promising never to become a patent troll.
After heavy pressure, OnStar has reversed its policy on GPS tracking and says it will no longer track ex-subscribers to its navigation and support system.
After a number of high-profile cases in which children have run up massive bills through in-app purchases, Apple is reportedly tweaking its purchasing policy to help parents stay in control.
I have long believed that the USA is a profoundly anti-intellectual country, in spite of America’s (paradoxical) belief in its technological and intellectual superiority over the rest of the world.
Facebook and Google are to be forced to ask users' permission before downloading personal data under new EU privacy rules expected to be announced today.