Amazon.com Inc. is updating its Alexa voice software to let users delete recordings of their voice using a spoken command, a move that follows criticism of the company’s privacy practices related to its digital assistant.
Salesforce.com Inc. unveiled a blockchain service in a bid to boost revenue and keep up with peers in digital ledgers, joining a growing list of companies that have sought to harness the emerging technology.
Facebook Inc. says there are still “many open questions” about how it will use and keep data such as users’ Internet Protocol addresses as part of its years-long plans to focus on privacy through messaging and groups.
A significant portion of Internet users through their actions are telling companies that they want to exercise more control over their personal data. Now that even more countries around the world are embracing GDPR style regulations, one big...
Executives from Facebook Inc., Twitter Inc. and Alphabet Inc.’s Google faced congressional lawmakers Wednesday amid concerns that the companies haven’t done enough to guard against foreign influence campaigns in the 2020 elections.