Sony has cancelled the theatrical release of "The Interview" after terror threats. It's also being sued by ex-employees over privacy violations. On the plus side, Reddit's taken down a subreddit devoted to sharing doxed material.
Responding to Senator Al Franken's questions about its privacy policies, Uber says it accessed a reporter's account because "she was 30 minutes late" to a meeting and an executive wanted to know when she'd show up so he could meet her in the lobby.
A recent survey reports 43% of users avoid certain websites and applications and 39% change their passwords regularly since the Snowden revelations. Is that number low, or is it an encouraging sign of growing sensitivity to privacy issues?