More restrictions were placed this week on businesses that use automated dialing techniques. It’s not an end to telemarketing, but it does require clearer consent.
Twitter, Google and Facebook have all made changes to the way others can access you and your accounts. Here’s how to protect your privacy.
The streaming service is in talks with cable companies to put itself on their boxes. That would mean cable customers could use Netflix without any additional device or an Internet-connected TV.
T-Mobile will no longer impose crazy fees for wireless service in a foreign country. What a concept.
Bad news, Facebook lurkers: The site won’t let you stay out of search results anymore.
Montana is planning the launch of a smartphone app for acquiring permits to eat roadkill.
A lawsuit claims the website spams users’ email contacts without consent. Has it happened to you?