by Lauren C. Williams Sep 30, 2015
Apple to $4.2 million to settle faulty educational software controversy.
by Alan Pyke Sep 25, 2015
If you accept help from safety net programs, your privacy should be forfeit, according to this local Republican.
by Lauren C. Williams Sep 11, 2015
"This bill, however, while well-intentioned, could expose the occasional hobbyist and the FAA-approved commercial user alike to burdensome litigation and new causes of action."
by Lauren C. Williams Aug 27, 2015
Behind the public admonishment of the National Security Agency's spying techniques, Germany has been secretly in cahoots with the intelligence agency in exchange for high-powered spyware.
by Jessica Goldstein Aug 19, 2015
What is going to be the watershed hack? Or did we already miss it?
by Lauren C. Williams Aug 13, 2015
Pointing out privacy concerns cost this Harvard University student a summer in Menlo Park, California.
by Lauren C. Williams Aug 7, 2015
"Millions of Americans will say that legislation is a surveillance bill," Sen. Ron Wyden (D-MN) said remarking on the Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act (CISA).
by Lauren C. Williams Jul 30, 2015
"This case demonstrates that the network wants to enforce the so-called real names policy with no regard to national legislation."
by Lauren C. Williams Jul 6, 2015
Tech companies aren't exactly thrilled about snooping user content for potential terror threats.
by Jessica Goldstein Jun 10, 2015 Updated: Jun 10, 2015
From two residences in Chicago.