Policy would allow same message to be seen in some countries but not others
Consumers won’t be able to opt out of the changes, which take effect March 1. And experts say the policy shift will invite greater scrutiny from federal regulators of the company’s privacy and competitive practices.
Since “No Child Left Behind” was passed 10 years ago, states have been required to ramp up the amount of data they collect about individual students, teachers, and schools.
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Maybury calls his vision “Social Radar.” And the comparison to traditional sensors is no accident, he tells Danger Room.
Rupert Murdoch's British newspaper company on Thursday agreed to pay damages to 36 high-profile victims of tabloid phone-hacking, including actor Jude Law, soccer player Ashley Cole and former British Deputy Prime Minister John Prescott.
Lenore Zimmerman and Ruth Sherman still fuming after humiliating December incident
A federal appeals court on Thursday reinstated a closely watched lawsuit accusing the federal government of working with the nation’s largest telecommunication companies to illegally funnel Americans’ electronic communications to the National Securit
There is a sharp disconnect between two prank stories this morning. When Tyrell Morton put an inflatable girl in the girl’s bathroom at his high school, he ended up with a felony charge and a potential jail sentence of eight years. However, ...
With unemployment on the rise, crime is bound to increase all around the country. Not only are flash mobs a continuing concern, but burglaries are becoming a prevalent issue as well.
Your home address is one of the most sensitive pieces of information you have. You don’t want uninvited visitors bothering you and your family at home. Even though lots of businesses want to get a hold of your home address for marketing purposes, the
You know an idea’s bad when two politicians propose it. And you know it’s really bad if one of them is Sen. Charles "UpChuck" Schumer (D-NY).
Federal investigators are probing allegations that Carrier IQ software found on about 150 million cellphones tracked user activity and sent the information to cellphone companies without informing consumers, according to government officials.
The Norte Photoblocker is a functional beer cooler surrounded by four sensors that can detect the flashes from cameras or cell phones and fire back its own flash to ruin an resulting photos
Loc-Aid can track almost any cellular device in North America.
The Library of Congress and Twitter have signed an agreement that will see an archive of every public Tweet ever sent handed over to the library's repository of historical documents.
1984 is alive and well in Canada.
An unpatched security flaw in Apple’s iTunes software allowed intelligence agencies and police to hack into users’ computers for more than three years, it’s claimed.
I can’t even begin to describe how happy I am to be back in the land of the free… and yes, I’m talking about Chile.
Strict federal rules aimed at keeping terrorists off planes are blocking some Americans from renewing their driver's licenses or getting other state-issued IDs.
Starting on Black Friday and running through New Year's Day, two U.S. malls -- Promenade Temecula in southern California and Short Pump Town Center in Richmond, Va. -- will track guests' movements by monitoring the signals from their cell phones.
The lines will still be long and the screening still invasive at airport checkpoints this Thanksgiving.
Police arrested Rodman on Nov. 20. He is charged with aggravated sexual battery, object sexual penetration, forcible sodomy and abduction with intent to defile.
Hollywood actor Hugh Grant accused several newspapers other than those owned by Rupert Murdoch of invading his privacy as he testified to Britain’s phone-hacking inquiry on Monday.
People attending a Rick Perry event in Manchester, New Hampshire on Wednesday were asked if they were U.S. citizens.
In recent weeks, Facebook has been wrangling with the Federal Trade Commission over whether the social media website is violating users' privacy by making public too much of their personal information.
SOPA (Stop Online Piracy Act) gives copyright owners new powers. Google Chairman Schmidt calls SOPA draconian.
Becky Akers, columnist at Lewrockwell.com, discusses her blog post “Déjà Vu for the Tenth Time This Year” about the repeated arrests of TSA screeners who can’t keep their hands off kids
But a judge ruled on Thursday that the former Minnesota governor's concerns about modesty, personal freedom and constitutional rights were misplaced when he filed a federal lawsuit in St. Paul last January.
Practical solutions, available immediately, become necessary to help bridge the gap between our current reality and a future ideal.