I am announcing that we are dropping Northwest Territorial Mint as an advertiser. Even though they have been a SurvivalBlog advertiser since June of 2009, their recent handling of some orders has led us to question their integrity. For example, we ju
A year ago, Amazon.com workers like 34-year-old Rejinaldo Rosales hiked miles of aisles each shift to "pick" each item a customer ordered and prepare it for shipping.
Netflix Is Creating One Of The Most Expensive TV Shows In The World -- Here's Why It's So Important
Court may soon legitimize government control of speech.
Conflicting Shopping Headlines: NY Times "Brisk Sales", Yahoo "Black Friday Shopping Crowds Thin"
New Zealand authorities claimed that the Megaupload founder "has breached bail conditions by having indirect contact with one of his accused; that he is a flight risk because he has the money to skip the country; and that he has been dishonest about
Microsoft redesigned its MSN web portal, the default Internet Explorer homepage on the 400 million new Windows PCs that are sold each year, in September.
Attempts to blame Facebook for the murder of Lee Rigby attracted condemnation and derision amid concerns the Government is using its "Counter-Terrorism Awareness Week" to push the UK towards more draconian communication laws.
One way to imagine dying is like time travel, except instead of journeying into the future or seeing Ancient Rome, you go to eternity, see nothing, and never come back.
Researchers have unearthed highly advanced malware they believe was developed by a wealthy nation-state to spy on a wide range of international targets in diverse industries, including hospitality, energy, airline, and research.
Having payment card information is crucial for keeping customers within one's ecosystem, and the biggest tech companies have done a great job at convincing people that their services for sending/receiving payments and purchasing goods are trustwort
In the grand scheme of totally insane ideas from major tech companies right now, Google's Project Loon actually falls somewhere in the middle.
It's a sad day for Aereo and all those who believed in it. The startup, which allowed people to stream live broadcast television to their computers and mobile devices, has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, just months after shutting down operations
Secure browsing should be the rule, not the exception.
With the rise and fall of the Silk Road--and then its rise again and fall again--the last couple of years have cast new light on the Dark Web.
It's a change that everybody but Superman will love.
Company to team up with Telstra to fly 20 balloons over western Queensland in project designed to help connect remote regions of the world
The UK's big internet service providers, including BT, Talk Talk, Virgin Media and Sky, have agreed to filter out terrorist and extremist material at the government's behest, in order to stop people seeing things that may make them sympathetic
New data from the US Census Bureau has determined that high-speed Internet access can vary widely from state to state.
The Electronic Frontier Foundation reports that at least one internet service provider (ISP) has been caught altering the functionality of an essential security protection used for email encryption.
Verizon was caught tampering with its customer's web requests to inject a tracking super-cookie. Another network-tampering threat to user safety has come to light from other providers: email encryption downgrade attacks.
One of the co-founders of file-sharing website The Pirate Bay has been sentenced to three and a half years in prison related to hacking charges.
E-commerce giant Alibaba Group Holding Ltd reported more than $9 billion in sales on China's Singles' Day on Tuesday, illustrating the buying power of the Chinese consumer and the importance of the event in the retail calendar.
This past week Brazil announced that it will be building a 3,500-mile fiber-optic cable to Portugal in order to avoid the grip of the NSA.
When I finally logged in, it was like witnessing a miracle. The variety! The selection! "Crack?" I said to myself. "I can buy crack here? I've never even seen crack in real life!" I was awestruck. For a few hundred dollars, I could have reams of
Government workers scattered across more than a dozen agencies, from the Defense and Education departments to the National Weather Service, are responsible for at least half of the federal cyberincidents reported each year
The spacecraft-building firm SpaceX is working on plans for a network Relevant Products/Services of micro-satellites that could deliver low-cost Internet service to people around the world, according to billionaire founder and tech whiz Elon Musk.
This approach can only work if the user's computer trusts the certificate's issuing authority, in this case the China Internet Network Information Center, and that it's curious that browsers from the West do so quite so readily:
Tor Project director Andrew Lewman went over the possible ways that over 400 hidden services on dozens of servers were located by law enforcement during Operation Onymous. "We don't know."
President Obama wants to reclassify the internet as a utility, according to a new statement from the White House. This would allow the Federal Communications Committee to enforce heavier restrictions on it and protect net neutrality. "The time has