Jackson Health: Employee May Have Stolen Patient Info Jackson Health System launched an investigation after they say a "rogue" hospital employee may have stolen confidential patient information.
Florida Could Soon Place Limits On Drone UseThe use of drones to photograph people on their own property could soon be illegal in the Sunshine State.
Supreme Court Rejects Cell-Phone Tracking By PoliceThe Florida Supreme court said police will need warrants before tracking criminal suspects using their cell-phone information.
Some Concerned About Car Computers' Effect On PrivacyConnecting to the web on the road is a convenience that could be harming us. What is saved and shared has people concerned.
New Car Technology Leads To Concerns About Invasion Of PrivacyFrom TVs to automobiles, buying new often means getting the latest technology, from touch screens to wi-fi capability. But is there a price for this accessibility?
Are Surveillance Cameras Going Too Far?A growing number of homeowners are installing surveillance cameras that let them view live streams on their smartphones from almost anywhere.
Fitness Apps May Be Unhealthy For User's PrivacyHealth and fitness apps designed to help with everything from diet and exercise to monitoring health conditions have been gaining popularity.
Stores Can Spy On Customers Through SmartphonesMany stores are now tracking shoppers from the second they walk through the door.
Wired In: Simple Ways To Protect Your Privacy On & OfflineIt’s no secret, life moves fast. That can leave us pretty careless about protecting our privacy. Here are some quick tips to keep you safe from those intruding on what's ours.
The Big Biometric BoomThe futuristic high-tech security devices that only appeared in secret agent movies are now being rolled out for consumer use in everyday life.
The Hidden Cost Of Some Free AppsSure they are free, but some of the most popular mobile apps could be tracking your every move and revealing your personal and financial data.
House Cautiously OKs Red Light Camera MeasureOn the issue of red-light cameras, the Florida House seems to have found its happy medium.