Canadian Association of Police Chiefs calls on government to approve U.S.-style internet surveillance
Gabriel Weinberg is creator of duckduckgo.com, a search engine that does not track users’ history and information.
The US Department of Homeland Security has signed a multi-million dollar contract with a global management consulting firm to boost the country’s attempt to master biosurveillance using social networks.
Rather than transmitting e-mails to the other's inbox, they composed at least some messages and left them in a draft folder or in an electronic "drop box," the AP reported. Then the other person could log onto the same account and read the draft e-ma
The bill would have increased information-sharing between intelligence agencies and private companies. It also would have set voluntary standards for businesses that control electric grids or water treatment plants.
President Obama has signed a secret directive that effectively enables the military to act more aggressively to thwart cyberattacks on the nation’s web of government and private computer networks.
The internet has changed a great deal of modern society, and now it promises to change space exploration as well.
Can Facebook or Twitter reveal the spread of the ordinary cold or a possibly deadly pandemic? The U.S. Department of Homeland Security wants to find out by monitoring popular social media networks in a yearlong project.
The ability to send entangled photons to the ISS would be a stepping stone to a global quantum internet and could test the link between quantum mechanics and relativity
Government surveillance of citizens' online lives is rising sharply around the world, according to Google's latest report on requests to remove content and hand over user data to official agencies.
Kim Dotcom's MegaUpload replacement has finally found a new home.
How many times did you go online today? Did you update your Facebook status? Do a web search? Order a new pair of shoes?
Replacing costly cable service with Internet TV seems like an easy way to reduce the family budget.
The Australian government has abandoned its 5-year-old pledge to mandate a filter blocking child pornography and other objectionable Internet content. Instead of a compulsory filter being imposed, Internet service providers have agreed to
Hackers have discovered a new way to part computer uses with their money. They plant malware on a computer that threatens to report the computer user to the police for viewing or distributing porn.
Noted trend forecaster Gerald Celente sued Google this week for allegedly letting bloggers use his image in vulgar postings.
There’s more at stake in the Megaupload case than the freedom of founder Kim Dotcom and his indicted file-sharing associates.
Amazon quietly switched its Prime service today, letting subscribers choose between paying $7.99 per month or $79 per year.
President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney haven't just maintained an online presence via carefully crafted Tumblrs, Facebook pages, and Twitter accounts — they've heavily populated the sidebars of your favorite websites.
Federal prosecutors are proposing a process that would make it essentially impossible for former Megaupload users to recover their data.
On the surface, it’s all about protecting Russian kids from internet pedophiles.
Engineers could use the technology to produce the fastest Internet ever.
Did you know that there's a section of the population using the Internet to look at porn?
Saudi Arabia's most famous dissident is quietly starting a revolution in the Twittersphere.
As New York City and much of the East Coast are entering what could be a miserable couple of days, the meme-sters are already having a ball with Hurricane Sandy.
It is expected to be the mother of all cyber diplomatic battles.
Several justices on the U.S. Supreme Court voiced concern on Monday about letting U.S. copyright holders block the resale inside the country of products they make elsewhere, in one of the court's biggest copyright cases in years.
If you're a Windows 8 user and want Google on your Start screen check out this hilarious how-to video posted by the search giant.
Including a pepper-spraying iPhone, an illustrated guide to eating a Triceratops, and more
An MP claims there is ‘clear intelligence suggesting a powerful paedophile network linked to Parliament and No 10′. Alex interviews the UK Column’s Brain Gerrish about this and a whole host more.