Sarah Whyte Australians are using up to 50 online passwords and creating false identities in a bid to maintain their privacy in the virtual world.
Sarah Whyte and Ben Grubb Australians are more concerned about their privacy than ever before, quickly abandoning companies they believe abuse their information.
Sarah Whyte You might think ''junk mail'' but the pamphlet in your letterbox addressed ''to the homeowner'' is probably there for a reason.
Natasha Wallace, Sarah Whyte Retailers are targeting individual customers for extra services or products by tracking their shopping habits, such as whether they drink alcohol or when they get petrol, raising serious privacy...
Sarah Whyte Apps do introductions, writes Sarah Whyte, but the rest is up to you.
Sarah Whyte If you are hoarding an old mobile phone in your drawer, you are not alone. There are 23 million unused mobile phones in Australia and environmental experts are warning the burgeoning number of...
Sarah Whyte They have cameras to detect dirt, and can find their way back to a charger but robot vacuum cleaners fail at one thing - to efficiently clean.
Sarah Whyte David Jones opened its virtual doors to online shopping only nine months ago. But on Monday, it will launch its first online, shoppable video, featuring model Montana Cox, where online shoppers will...
Sarah Whyte The consumer is always right. That is, until they start talking on a mobile phone.
Sarah Whyte Online scams cost Australians more than $93 million last year, with dating scams among the most lucrative.
Sarah Whyte Consumer group steps in as three-year-old playing free app game siphons mother's bank account.
Sarah Whyte Theodora Chan always thought her online identity was impenetrable.
Sarah Whyte ONLINE dating is no longer just the refuge of older divorcees. Steph Wyllie, a veterinarian science student, is one of the fresh-faced twentysomethings searching for love in their natural habitat -...
Sarah Whyte The hotly anticipated Call Of Duty: Black Ops II has been plagued with technical glitches in its first week.
Sarah Whyte AZIZ SHAVERSIAN, better known as the idolised amateur bodybuilder Zyzz, is searched online as often as Julia Gillard. Millions have viewed him on YouTube.
Sarah Whyte MAJOR TV networks stand accused of creating too few roles for people from Australia's ethnic mix. But viewers of the democratised online platform YouTube see a different representation of Australia.
Sarah Whyte More than 500 people dressed as zombies lurched and marched down Sydney streets on Saturday in protest at the gaming classifications in Australia and calling for an adults-only game classification.