Internet providers fail to inform Americans about how they use sensitive data for advertising, FTC says
The FTC is urging privacy reform.
Democrats urge FTC to make privacy rules while fight over a federal law drags on
Congress has debated over federal privacy legislation for years.
Momentum builds to strengthen FTC's role as privacy enforcer, though hurdles remain
The agency is poised for a reboot.
Civil liberties groups pressure White House to fill surveillance oversight board
Civil rights groups say the shotage at the Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board is leaving surveillance abuses unchecked.
Under fire from privacy advocates, Apple delays controversial photo scanning plan
The company said it plans to make improvements to the controversial features.
WhatsApp hit with $267 million GDPR fine for bungling user privacy disclosure
Facebook is appealing the decision.