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.
Zuckerberg Admits Mistakes, Outlines StepsMark Zuckerberg is breaking more than four days of silence as he posts an update about the Cambridge Analytica scandal.
Here's How To Stop Facebook From Sharing Your DataThe Federal Trade Commission is reportedly investigating whether Facebook violated a 2011 agreement to protect its users' privacy.
Nonprofit Sues St. Charles over Drug Monitoring ProgramA nonprofit group and two St. Charles County residents are suing the county over its prescription drug monitoring program.
Newest C-Suite Positions Coming to a Business Near YouThe business landscape grows and evolves with society, and as customers move forward, so too must a business. As new trends and risks emerge in the market, many companies have developed new executive level positions to help manage these aspects of business.
Illinois Senators OK Internet Privacy MeasureIt would also allow internet users to determine which third parties companies such as Facebook or Google are sharing their personal details with.
Is Amazon Echo 'Alexa' Actually Spying On You?Homicide investigators in Arkansas want Amazon to hand over a potential suspect's "echo" transcripts.
Pokémon Go: Privacy Issue or Engaging Social App?Take a short stroll through Citygarden in St. Louis around lunchtime, and you can witness more than a dozen visitors glued to their phones, on the hunt to capture Pokémon.
Missouri Bill Sets Guidelines for Police Body Camera VideoThe legislation directs courts to weigh the possible public benefit of releasing the footage.
Missouri Supreme Court Upholds HIV-Risk LawThe Missouri Supreme Court has upheld the conviction of a woman who did not tell her sexual partner that she was HIV-positive.
City Hall Hears Privacy Issues on Police Body CameraLongtime police critic John Chasnoff is scheduled to testify on when cameras should be rolling and when they should be off.
Former Wash U Student Accused of Taking Secret Photos of WomenPolice say Koonce confessed to taking photos under or through the clothing of three women without their consent.

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