The U.S. government in July obtained a search warrant demanding that Edward Snowden’s e-mail provider, Lavabit, turn over the private SSL keys that protected all web traffic to the site, according to to newly unsealed documents.
Overloaded websites and jammed phone lines frustrated consumers for a second day as they tried to sign up for health insurance under the nation’s historic health care overhaul.
WSMV in Tennessee was unable to find a single person who successfully signed up for Obamacare:
'Dread Pirate Roberts' wasn't as smart as he — and everyone else — assumed he was
It's been more than 24 hours since the centerpiece of the new Affordable Care Act — a new online health care marketplace — opened to the public.
A group of University of Pennsylvania researchers who analyzed Facebook status updates of 75,000 volunteers have found an entirely different way to analyze human personality, according to a new study published in PLOS One.
Drug-starved Internet users were able to rely on Silk Road to get their fill of whatever vice they wanted until today, when the anonymous marketplace was seized and shut down by the FBI.
Ross William Ulbricht is extremely smart — let's get that out of the way first.
Today's arrest of Silk Road operator Ross Ulbricht, and the seizure of his $3.2 million stash of Bitcoins, has been a long time coming.
No one is arguing that the info was available via search — but rather that it was incredibly wide open because of a security hole, and you’d need some level of technical proficiency to figure it out, but as far as I know there’s no law making it ille
The American government obtained a secret order from a federal judge demanding that Lavabit hand over its private SSL key, enabling authorities to access Edward Snowden’s e-mail, and e-mail belonging to Lavabit's 400,000 other users
It would seem that time has run out for the Silk Road marketplace. The owner and creator of the site, going by Dread Pirate Roberts, DPR, or Silk Road, has been arrested. Ross William Ulbricht, 29, was the subject of a two year long investigation by
It looks like Google’s attempt to shame broadband providers into offering faster internet services is starting to work.
Twitter is a very public medium, one that began as a venue for professional debates, celebrity self-promotion, and real-time news. But the service has been finding its way into ever-more-intimate moments of our lives — our weddings our breakups, the
It ain’t so much the things we don’t know that get us in trouble. It’s the things we know that ain’t so.
These people are so pathetic.
The online insurance marketplaces that are at the heart of President Barack Obama's health care overhaul struggled to handle the wave of new consumers Tuesday, the first day of a six-month open-enrollment period.
The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals overturned a lower court ruling that previously allowed a website created by current and former members of the Lafayette Police Department, describing allegations of top-to-bottom corruption, to be shuttered.
Folks from Datacoup put together the very amusing GETPRSM website, which looks very much like the announcement of a new social network, but (the joke is) it's really the NSA scooping up all our data and making the connections.
In response to Philip Zimbardo's "The Demise of Guys?" TED talk, Gary Wilson asks whether our brains evolved to handle the hyperstimulation of today's Internet enticements.
Our emails are a dead giveaway. The words we use in the messages we send can reveal not just our gender but also our emotions and maybe even our personality traits.
The first, and most overarching, issue is who made California the ruler of the web? The internet knows no jurisdiction, but that didn’t stop California from deciding that it was large and in charge. Does California get to tell New York websites what
If autocorrect has ever ruined your Facebook post, your prayers have been answered. Facebook introduced the ability to edit status updates starting Thursday.
Google is asking a federal appeals court to reconsider a recent ruling finding Google potentially liable for wiretapping when it secretly intercepted data on open Wi-Fi routers.
It's an admitted fact that governments around the world hire armies of shills to troll comment sections of news websites and social media with pro-establishment propaganda in an attempt to sway public opinion.
Jesse Angle is homeless, living on the streets of Pensacola, Florida. Sometimes he spends the night at a local church. Other nights, he sleeps behind a building in the heart of the city, underneath a carport that protects him from the rain.
The moon? Been there, done that. Mars? Is that the best you can do?
Temperatures, Electric Bills Rise as Enthusiasts Hunt for Web Currency
Procter & Gamble's global brand building officer Marc Pritchard has proclaimed digital marketing to be "dead."
One unique aspect of my homeschool curriculum is that students can start and manage their own online business. Students will be responsible for deciding what products or services to offer, getting the business up and running, and marketing