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  • Apple's privacy push

    Henry Blodget, Business Insider founder and CEO, says Tim Cook's open letter on Apple's new privacy policy is "brillant." And Kevin O'Leary, O'Leary Funds chairman, says Apple's new iPhone is going to provide a big cash upside.

  • Software privacy competition

    The "Squawk on the Street" news team discusses Apple CEO Tim Cook's message to customers about the company's privacy and security policies, as well as competition among the big tech companies.

  • Yahoo's privacy battle unveiled

    New documents released show the Feds threatened to fine Yahoo $250,000 per day if it refused to hand over user data to the NSA in 2008. CNBC's Eamon Javers reports.

  • A new crop of start-ups is creating cloud software for mom-and-pop shops, bringing them into the digital world for the first time.

  • Airbnb app on an iPhone and iPad.

    Airbnb is heading back in court, this time battling with its users who don't want their personal info turned over in a probe on illegal hotels.

  • apps on iphone

    Re/code senior editor Arik Hesseldahl, discusses Apple's investigation into a potential cyberattack of its iCloud service.

  • iCloud exposure

    Michael Santoli, Yahoo! Finance, and the "Squawk Alley" team, discuss Apple's investigation into a potential iCloud hack resulting in the leaking of celebrity photos.

  • Apple issues ahead of big event

    With Apple trading at record highs, Brian White, Cantor Fitzgerald managing director, discusses security threats and expectations for next week's Apple event.

  • Cramer: Mobile payments is it

    The "Squawk on the Street" news team discusses security concerns at Apple and reports the tech giant has struck a deal with Visa, MasterCard and American Express that will turn its next iPhone into a mobile wallet.

  • Jennifer Lawrence

    CNBC's Jon Fortt provides insight on "revenge porn," which involves the underworld economy of trading peoples' naked photos.

  • iCloud hacking scare

    Fortune Magazine editor Alan Murray, discusses just how big of an issue hacking cloud data is.

  • Android mobile hacks

    Shuman Ghosemajumder, Shape Security, discusses the vulnerability of e-mail on mobile devices, particularly with g-mail on Android. Ghosemajumder says being able to architect a system in the right way and making sure data is stored responsibly is something Google bakes into the security process.

  • Facebook fights government access to user records

    Insight to social media websites' fight to protect user data, with Michael Fertik, CEO of Reputation.com.

  • Social Security

    Credit cards are in focus after recent data breaches, but a real culprit in ID theft is the SS number, says the chief analytics officer at LifeLock.

  • Google

    Everyone agrees it’s good to put a child pornographer away but they’re still outraged about Google reading their mail. Raj Mahal says: Get over it!

  • The future of passwords

    Discussing how cybersecurity may evolve beyond passwords, with Arik Hesseldahl, Re/code senior editor, and CNBC's Eamon Javers.

  • Google IS scanning your mail—and you've already agreed to it.But it doesn't apply to EVERYTHING, says former assistant US attorney Mitchell Epner.

  • Passwords now passé?

    Among the security community, discussions are occurring over whether the "era of the password" has been outlived. CNBC's Eamon Javers has the details.

  • Hacking hacker cyber security

    After a data breach, here are the most important accounts to re-secure.

  • Google headquarters in Mountain View, Calif., is viewed in this photo.

    A federal judge denied Google's bid to dismiss a privacy lawsuit claiming it compiled user data and gave the information away without permission.