The European Court of Human Rights ruled that a company, which read its employee's private e-mail and then fired him, acted legally. This decision may create new controversy with regards to privacy.
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A leaked slide from a confidential Microsoft presentation has shown off the much awaited "notification center" feature, planned for release with the upcoming Windows Phone 8.1 update in April.
Credit card numbers, passwords, and Social Security Numbers are amongst the confidential data comScore is accused of siphoning via spyware-like software installed by users.
Ask the average user to define 'secure printing' and you'll likely get a wide swath of answers. The most common concern is that confidential documents sitting unattended on the output tray are particularly prone to...
An insight into the success of Apple's online music service has been provided by leaked details from a meeting with representatives from the independent record industry. According to notes published on the...
Henry Gomez, Vice President of Corporate Communications for eBay, has warned all of eBay's staff via internal memo that sending internal emails to Internet websites is banned and violators may face disciplinary action. ...
Ex-customer inundated with customer details A Dutch internet service provider has accidentally spammed a former customer with hundreds of confidential emails. The problem started when Albert Curvers tried to cancel his...