Some London airports are blocking access to websites distributing privacy-focused technology, including the Tor Project.
THIS WEEK ON the premiere of Mr. Robot, the hacktivist collective fsociety made good on its threat to bring down the evil E Corp.
Here's hoping it's not a load of piffle
A sophisticated piece of government-made malware, designed to do reconnaissance on energy grid's system ahead of an eventual cyberattack on critical infrastructure, was found on a dark web hacking forum.
TN Note: Here comes the freight train of IoT barreling down the track. The IoT will connect virtually everything, everywhere into an interwoven web of command and control. This is an essential marker to the progress of Technocracy!
Satellite Internet startup OneWeb Satellites has completed the preliminary design review for its 700-satellite constellation and expects to have its entire satellite subcontractor team committed by by early August, Chief Operating Officer Eric de Sai
Campaigners slam tech giant's scheme as 'creepy' and urge Brits to cover up cameras on smartphones and computers
What does the dark web actually look like?
Google just plugged itself straight into Japan.
Shockingly, people are into sex -- even if it's virtual.
In an effort to control everything, Technocrats seek to control what is said on the Internet. Short of controlling this, they also seek to control what you read. Google has already been caught red-handed in skewing search results. Likewise, Facebook
South Korean telco SK Telecom recently claimed it was rolling out the world's first nationwide Internet of Things (IoT) network, but it looks like the Netherlands has beaten it to the punch.
Democrats targeting content and control of the Internet, especially from conservative sources, are pushing hard to layer on new regulations and even censorship under the guise of promoting diversity while policing bullying, ....
Just like the internet generally, not all of the Tor network is safe. Sometimes, people set up malicious exit nodes--the part of the network where a user's traffic joins the rest of the normal web--in order to spy on what users are up to.
From Julia Gillard to Hillary Clinton: online abuse of politicians around the world … Analysis of abuse of politicians in the US, UK and Australia sheds light on a problem often dismissed as par for the course. Former Australian prime minister Juli
These days you can cut the cord and watch just about anything you want online, from live sports to Game of Thrones.
Since two-factor authentication became the norm for web services that care about securing your accounts, it's started to feel like a security blanket, an extra layer keeping your data safe no matter whether your password is as strong as 8$&]$@I)9[P
For years Hollywood has waged a war on piracy, using digital rights management technologies to fight bootleggers who illegally copy movies and distribute them.
One second. It doesn't sound like much, does it? That's barely enough time to blink or to take a breath.
Launched in September 2015, SearchTrade has already sold 1321 keywords as part of its search mining concept.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has come under fire for announcing his proposal to "close up" parts of the Internet to fight terrorism.
Why did the White House just humiliate Loretta Lynch? … Idiotic: That's the only word for the Obama administration's move to scrub references to Islam or ISIS from the transcripts of Orlando terrorist Omar Mateen's calls. Under an avalanche
Just one quantum computer running artificial intelligence algorithms would be capable of connecting pretty much all the devices on the planet, Android creator Andy Rubin told an audience at the Bloomberg Technology Conference on Tuesday.
Microsoft is to buy LinkedIn for $26.2bn (£18.5bn) in cash, valuing the professional social network at $196 per share, well above its current value of $131. The deal is expected to close before the end of 2016.
What to Know About the Bilderberg Group's Secret Annual … Barriers stand in front of hotel Taschenbergpalais Kempinski in Dresden, Germany, where the Bilderberg conference will take place place from June 9-12, 2016. Little is known about the secr
he founder of the Discovery Channel, an early cable-TV hit, is turning to online streaming with a new subscription service called CuriosityStream.
The Indian Government has reportedly rejected Google's plans to map the South Asian country through Street View, citing security concerns.
Amazon.com Inc is preparing to launch a standalone music streaming subscription service, placing it squarely in competition with rival offerings from Apple Inc and Spotify, according to two people with knowledge of the matter.
The Obama administration reportedly is getting behind a plan that would have the U.S. government relinquish its last bit of control over the Internet – a move Republican lawmakers are fighting tooth-and-nail.
Technology leaders are meeting in San Francisco this week to discuss making the Internet a more decentralized, secure, and less censored place, with an emphasis on privacy and preserving history.