Medical Privacy Laws Leave Employers Walking Fine Line To Protect Workers From COVID-19What are a company’s legal obligations during the pandemic? 
Tik Tok Trouble: Albany Park Woman Upset With Man Taping Her Without Consent"Apparently a guy recorded me just pumping gas. It kind of had a lot of "likes" and yeah, I just found it disturbing because that's an invasion of my privacy."
Privacy-Focused' Facebook Puts The Spotlight On GroupsThe groups cover a wide range of interests and topics — hiking, hair care, parenting, rare diseases. Recommended groups will appear on users' homepages. (The redesign will also do away with Facebook's signature blue banner.)
'Digital Gangsters': UK Wants Tougher Rules For FacebookFacebook faced its biggest privacy scandal last year when it emerged that Cambridge Analytica, a now-defunct British political data-mining firm that worked for the 2016 Donald Trump campaign, had accessed the private information of up to 87 million users.
Your Personal Data May Be Exposed In Cook County Traffic RecordsIf you ever got a ticket in Cook County, your personal information could be available to anyone.
Supreme Court: Warrant Generally Needed To Track Cell Phone Location DataThe ruling is a major victory for advocates of increased privacy rights who argued more protections were needed when it comes to the government obtaining information from a third party such as a cell phone company.
Couple's Amazon Device Recorded Private Conversation, Sent To FriendA couple in Oregon is demanding answers from Amazon after they claim their home's voice-activated device recorded a private conversation and sent it to a co-worker's phone.
Eye In The Sky Or Spy In The Sky? Debate Over Drone Cameras In Public SpacesThe proposal was sparked by last year's Las Vegas massacre.
Facebook Adds 'Clear History' Option Amid Privacy ScandalFacebook users will soon be able to clear their browsing history on the social network.
Yahoo, AOL's New Privacy Policy Allows Them To Read Your EmailsOath notes that it has the right to read your emails, instant messages, posts, photos and even look at your message attachments.
Did You Just Give Spotify Permission To Invade Your Privacy?Personally, I'm excited at the thought of them seeing some of my photos -- my selfies are the bomb. I could understand if you're not comfortable with this invasion of privacy though.