by Andrew Breiner Posted on September 3, 2014
Because entertainers have chosen to work in a business where their work is exposed to a large audience, the argument goes, they don't get to choose where the exposure stops.
by Lauren C. Williams Posted on August 19, 2014
In the wake of Michael Brown's death, many are calling for mandatory police body cams. But that won't necessarily prevent future police shootings.
by Lauren C. Williams Posted on August 10, 2014
Facebook says stipulations in Messenger app's terms of service that allow it to "call phone numbers without user intervention" are all Google's idea.
by Lauren C. Williams Posted on August 4, 2014
Google found kiddie porn in a Houston man's inbox and reported him to the police. But was that the right thing to do?
by Lauren C. Williams Posted on July 31, 2014
Microsoft must hand over emails stored in its data center in Ireland in accordance with a federal warrant, a judge ruled Thursday.
by Lauren C. Williams Posted on July 22, 2014
Italy has given Google 18 months to comply with stricter privacy regulations that would change how the Internet giant collects users' data.
by Lauren C. Williams Posted on July 15, 2014
Some European countries are reverting back to typewriters to shield their governments from the U.S. National Security Agency.
by Lauren C. Williams Posted on July 11, 2014
The experts tasked with evaluating European users' requests to remove information from their search results aren't very sympathetic.
by Annie-Rose Strasser Posted on July 9, 2014
Police want to bring the teen to the hospital and inject him with something that will force an erection, to compare his erect penis to that in the video found on his phone.
by Aviva Shen Posted on July 8, 2014
Could a small state experiment solve our privacy problems and our infrastructure crisis?