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The White House gives a very encouraging response to a petition regarding Net Neutrality, emphasizing the importance of a free and neutral Internet.
Edward Snowden's NSA leaks have been the source of much consternation for companies like Google and Facebook; now, they're working with the White House in an attempt to provide greater transparency.
The White House has formally responded to a petition requesting that the United States government begin construction on a Death Star. The response shows that some in politics have a sense of humor.
Microsoft, Google and others have agreed to abide by the Obama Administration's new Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights which, among other things, will keep companies from tracking people's web surfing.
A new YouTube video from the official White House web site shows a PC in the background running Windows XP, which might indicate that the White House still hasn't updated its PCs to Windows 7.
Several of South Korea's biggest websites and organisations have been victims of a huge cyber attack, taking down many of them, and leaving others with access issues. The attack also targeted several American organisations some...
In a press release today, President Obama named Vivek Kundra Federal Chief Information Officer (CIO) at the White House, where he will work closely with the Chief Technical Officer to "advance the President's technology agenda"....