We think it’s enough to tell ourselves nothing on Facebook is truly private.
I promised myself I wouldn't talk about Yo. Have you heard about Yo?
You know the headlines: A Rich Guy Called Inner-City Children Dirty. You Won't Believe What Happened Next.
It's the end of the school year, the home stretch of the Leaving Certificate, and the calm before the storm of points and third-level offers.
Every year, at this time, Apple holds its Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC).
This time last year, the US National Security Agency's Prism was exposed.
If someone publishes something that is untrue or difficult to prove, especially in Ireland or Britain, a whiff of legal action can make data controllers panic.
Last week, Google's Scott Jenson arrived at a conference in San Francisco, ready to deliver a keynote address.
Here's a shocker: Gurbaksh Chahal just walked away with a $500 fine after facing dozens of charges including hitting his girlfriend 117 times.
The Big Data backlash has begun.
The Factory, a centre for filmmakers and artists on Dublin's Barrow Street, is about to be evicted from a building it has occupied since 2010.
The new TV series Silicon Valley premiered about a week ago.
By now you've heard about Brendan Eich, who was appointed and stepped down as chief executive of Mozilla within the same week.
Last week, Facebook bought Oculus VR, a virtual reality company founded by the impossibly young and appropriately named Palmer Luckey.
A few months ago, our company nearly made it into one of the big accelerators.
We often talk about the tech industry as a monolith.
It was tough to get much support for this even a year ago, but now it's uncontroversial - tech needs more women.
Remember when there was only one phone company? Where I grew up, there was only the Bell Telephone Company, colloquially known as Ma Bell'.
Facebook recently rolled out a small but significant change to its profile options.