Donald Trump Jr. posted on Instagram he had a "crazy drop-off in new followers"
Certain features on smart devices can be disabled or removed, helping to protect users' privacy
Carolyn Everson says this is just one step Facebook is taking to protect the integrity of future elections
The large, furry beast was shot dead on a Montana ranch and wildlife officials are still not 100 percent sure what it is
Amazon is investigating after one of its Echo devices recorded a family's private conversation and sent it to a random contact. Gary Horcher of our Seattle affiliate KIRO-TV broke the story.
With a bold new law kicking in Friday, EU citizens now enjoy data protections sorely lacking this side of the Atlantic
Facebook is expanding its fight against revenge porn
A woman in Portland, Oregon, says her Amazon Echo secretly recorded her conversation and sent the recording to a contact on her husband's phone. Amazon said it was the result of an "unlikely" series of events.
In a statement Thursday, Amazon confirmed the woman's private conversation had been inadvertently recorded and sent
A Florida brewery has partnered with startup to tackle an insidious form of plastic waste
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration forecast calls for 10 to 16 named storms, with five to nine hurricanes
Now you'll see who paid for an ad, how much they paid and how many people saw it
Europe's major privacy law goes in effect Friday. Here's how it affects businesses and people
Europe's General Data Protection Regulation makes it easier for EU residents to give and withdraw permission for companies to use personal information
Ride-sharing company had already suspended program in the state after crash, but new move means human jobs will be lost
The recently-launched GOES-17 weather satellite has run into problems with its main camera
"We believe that these papers have important implications for understanding the potential ... health benefits of climate and energy policy shifts and provide some very good news on that front"
Social media service says move is aimed at preventing bogus accounts from fooling users
International team of scientists will take samples of the murky waters of Scotland's Loch Ness and conduct DNA tests to determine what species live there
Indian officials say Nipah virus outbreak appears contained and "there is no need to panic," but it's too late for some