Twitch's website became inaccessible in China on Thursday, and the app is no longer available in China's iOS app store.
The General Data Protection Regulation gives Europeans a safeguard online that Americans just don't have.
Financial service John Hancock says users aren't required to turn over data to the company, but it offers a lot of incentives for them to do so.
Sen. Ron Wyden says he's concerned about the Senate security office's ability to protect against cyber threats.
The company defended its email data-sharing practices in a letter to lawmakers.
The $660,000 penalty is the maximum amount allowed under the previous data protection law.
A new report based that prediction on an analysis of billions of cellphone calls made over the past year and a half.
Europe's antitrust chief said Wednesday they're questioning merchants and gathering information to find out if action needs to be taken.
The ACLU says Facebook's ad targeting system lets employers discriminate against women in job postings.
As smartphones find more ubiquity in the workplace, going "gray" may be the only way to make them less distracting.
In August, Elon Musk tweeted he was thinking about taking Tesla private at $420 per share.
The program will make it easier for campaigns to report and detect threats.