Even though his ISP has closed its doors, Nicholas Merrill never stopped fighting his NSL gag order, and has defeated the FBI in federal court after 11 long years
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Coin 2.0: More of a conversation piece than your credit card replacement
Is Steve Ballmer the unsung hero of Microsoft's resurgence?
Microsoft launches 'Release Preview' ring for Insiders
Windows 10 build 10586.104 and changelog history site rolls out
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If you thought the NSA was the only government agency spying on U.S. citizens, this news will be disheartening to you: The Department of Justice kept all of your phone records until the end of 2013.
The courts have confirmed that the Department of Homeland Security has the right to take your electronic devices when crossing the border without any probable cause or suspicion of guilt.
A bill prohibiting employers from asking employees for their passwords to social networking sites has passed the Senate and House in Maryland and awaits the governor's signature.
Our phones store a treasure trove of data for not only companies like Google and Apple, but also for law enforcement as well. There are forensic devices available that allow a person to connect a...
A United States appeals court has revived and reinstated a lawsuit against a government policy that allows for the surveillance of civilians' telephone calls and emails. The controversial law, known as the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act...
Late last year a man -- Officer Robert Collins -- from Maryland was asked to give his Facebook login email address and password during a recertification interview with the Maryland Division of Corrections (DOC). Now,...
I remember posting a story about this awhile back, here's an update to it :) Face-recognition technology designed to help catch known criminals proved ineffective during a two-month period, according to a report...