The Switzerland-based startup, established by MIT, Harvard and CERN researchers, couldn't access money that crowdfunding backers have given it, because PayPal had frozen its account. A PayPal rep apparently asked if ProtonMail had asked the governmen
There must have been some heavy drinking going on, as lawprofs held an emergency lean-in support group to come up with some spin to counter the NY Court of Appeals decision as it sucked the wind out of their best appeals to emotion.
Goldman Sachs has demanded a court order to get Google to unsend an e-mail that the bank sent in error. The e-mail contained "highly confidential" information addressed to the wrong account, a mistake on Goldman Sachs' part
Microsoft surrendered the 23 domain names it confiscated from dynamic domain hosting service No-IP.com, a move that begins the process of restoring millions of connections that went dark as a result of the highly controversial legal action.
The 2020 Census is almost six years away, but for 190,000 households in the greater Washington area, Tuesday is Census Day.
In 1934, a little-known Belgian thinker published plans for a global network that could have changed everything
Users will soon be able to more easily view, stream, and create online videos with a series of new features introduced by YouTube at its annual VidCon conference in Anaheim on Thursday.
Facebook has conducted a secret massive psychology experiment on its users to find out how they respond to positive and negative messages - without telling participants
Why do Americans' ears perk up when they hear Google is testing a super-fast Internet service.
Does the law allow that? And should it?
Cybersecurity firms and snake-oil salesmen promising protection from online threats are ubiquitous these days, and it's hard to stand out in such a crowded field—unless you're the former leader of the world's best hacking outfit.
A few arbitrarily selected online resources that can help you meet your recreational and medicinal needs.
Microsoft's top lawyer is keeping up the pressure on the federal government to end its secret data collection, reports CNet.
In the GoT, you either win or you get taken over by AT&T
Yo is so-so. So what?
The world's largest Internet companies and thousands of average Internet users are trying to hide their private information from government snooping.
With his new company, Affirm, Levchin is taking on credit cards with a new formula for calculating risk.
A well-known conservative pundit and secrecy expert who once worked as an NSA officer has deleted all of his social media accounts after screenshots leaked this weekend that appeared to show him sending sexy messages and a shot of...
China is increasingly seeking not just domestic but international influence over cyberspace.
It's about time someone did it properly
Google Inc is considering an investment in a new cable across the Pacific Ocean, the Wall Street Journal reported citing people familiar with the matter.
How Mike Cassidy of Google's Project Loon wants to get internet airborne.
YouTube just hit the big red button in its fight with musicians over streaming music.
Google is finding more and more ways to integrate itself into nearly every aspect of our lives.
Facebook, the social media giant, has been attempting to develop their own photo messaging system to compete with SnapChat. SlingShot is now available for Android and iOS. SnapChat allows users to take a photograph, and send it to other users. Af
The Google-owned company will start blocking videos "in a matter of days" to ensure that all content on the new platform is governed by its new contractual terms, said Robert Kyncl, YouTube's head of content and business operations.
A high school student claims that a firewall is blocking conservative websites at his school.
The Supreme Court will soon decide if threatening speech posted on the internet is protected by the First Amendment.
..."you've got programs and umbrella programs." FAIRVIEW is one such umbrella. Drake referred to it as a "highly classified program" for tapping into the world's intercontinental fiber optic cables.
Apart from being a great name for a special projects department — I used to work for a firm where it was known as Development Hell — Google X is pretty amazing.