Law Privacy

  • King of the bitcoin

    It's really a matter of choice, says Vivek Ranadive, Chairman & CEO of Tibco Software, sharing his thoughts on government spying and weighing in on why he thinks bitcoins are "safe."

  • Obama to address NSA reform

    CNBC's Eamon Javers provides a preview of the President's speech on changes at the National Security Agency.

  • Other ways to collect NSA data: Expert

    Howard Schmidt, Ridge-Schmidt Cyber partner, speaks about the NSA program, and the privacy and safety issues facing the U.S.

  • NSA spying a national issue of commerce: Cramer

    We're like the Russians in the cold war, says Cramer, discussing how the NSA surveillance program is likely impacting privacy issues and the business community.

  • The National Retail Federation's 103rd Annual Convention and Expo at the Jacob K. Javits Center in New York on Tuesday.

    Experts at this year's retail federation convention had plenty of ideas for what's ailing the sector—and possible solutions.

  • A recent study found job candidates see an invasion of privacy when employers use Facebook to screen them.

  • A Target customer prepares to sign a credit card slip.

    Security experts advise how consumer should protect themselves against credit card fraud when thieves have their personal and financial information.

  • Ford knows when you are breaking the law

    Via a GPS in your car, a Ford executive said the automaker knows when drivers are speeding. Brian Sullivan, Risk Information editor; Chris Johnson, JK Investment Group; and CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera weigh in.

  • Securing the cloud

    Matthew Prince, CloudFlare co-founder & CEO, discusses cloud security and explains what companies can do to protect themselves and consumers from cyberattacks. Prince says there has been a 500 percent increase in the number of cybercrimes over the past year.

  • FireEye deal tip of the iceberg: Pro

    Dan Ives, FBR Capital Markets, looks ahead to the next big cybersecurity merger and acquisition.

  • Clemency for Snowden?

    Should Edward Snowden be given a plea bargain? The New York Times is calling for clemency for the former NSA contractor, reports CNBC's Eamon Javers.

  • Did Snapchat ignore hack warning?

    CNBC's Jon Fortt reports on the cyber hacking at Snapchat, where 4.6 million usernames and phone numbers were leaked. Fortt says the photo messaging app was alerted of code issues in August of 2013, but didn't act on them.

  • No measurable impact from Snowden controversy: CEO

    Ralph Shrader, Booz Allen Hamilton CEO, discusses former employee Edward Snowden and the impact the negative press had on its business. Shrader also weighs in on the challenges of potential defense cuts.

  • Berman's top biz themes for 2014

    The Wall Street Journal's Dennis Berman discusses the top business stories for next year, including fallout from the NSA's surveillance of U.S. companies and the outlook on durable goods.

  • Game Changers: Protect yourself online

    Bernie Meyerson, IBM CTO, highlights the Digital Guardian, a privacy preservation tool that protects your personal digital attributes.

  • McAfee's top security threats for 2014

    Michelle Dennedy, chief privacy officer at McAfee, discusses the top cybersecurity and privacy threats to consumers in 2014. CNBC's John Fortt weighs in.

  • Proposing vast array of privacy reform: Rep. Schiff

    Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) provides insight on his advocacy for privacy amid efforts in national security.

  • Drones concern privacy: Rep. Schiff

    Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) questions which agency will potentially regulate privacy rules for drones. "Drones have a lot of potential, but people are concerned," he says.

  • Protecting your data in the digital age

    CNBC takes a looks at concerns about privacy in an age of large data sharing.

  • Sen. Menendez: Highest order of cybersecurity expected

    Sen. Robert Menendez, (D-NJ), plans to hold hearings to investigate Target's data breach, and stresses the importance for companies to put customer security before sales.