The senator's campaign confirms a member of its staff accessed the proprietary voter files of Clinton's campaign thanks to "incompetence of the vendor." Her campaign is calling it "unacceptable."
A political action committee backing Chris Christie is using mobile check-ins at campaign events for all GOP candidates, gathering data that one strategist calls a "building block" of modern politics.
Automakers are required by law to turn over data about accidents, warranties and safety issues.
Look both ways when you cross the street and don't tell toys your name and address — privacy concerns are some of the latest worries for parents in the digital age.
As California tightened its digital privacy protections, news involving Google, Pandora and other firms highlighted the way companies increasingly rely on data about their users. How much do we care?
The announcement is welcome news for political campaigns, which all want to make it as seamless as possible for supporters to turn over their money and personal information.
A Philadelphia health insurance company analyzes its clients' health data and other factors to find the frailest and assign them health coaches. That may improve health, but is it a breach of privacy?
People use wearable gadgets and phone apps to monitor their health — everything from calories consumed to medication taken. But all that data doesn't necessarily translate into better health care.
We're way beyond instant replays. Last year, the NBA began tracking the movements of players in every single game, and this season, new tech gadgetry is popping up on some arena's big screens.