by Lauren C. Williams May 15, 2015
The House-passed USA Freedom Act evokes feelings of déjà vu as the NSA reform bill heads to the Senate two weeks before the controversial spy programs expire.
by Lauren C. Williams May 11, 2015
A decision that effectively "put the government on notice" when conducting unreasonable searches of electronic devices.
by Lauren C. Williams Apr 30, 2015
"Facebook’s costs would increase, and people in Europe would notice new features arriving more slowly, or not at all."
by Jessica Goldstein Apr 8, 2015
A thorough examination of Google's potential spoiler-blocking technology.
by Lauren C. Williams Mar 27, 2015
“The positive of it is at least you’re seeing what the police is storing, but the other side is the sensitivity of the information heightens the security risk.”
by Lauren C. Williams Feb 10, 2015
The likely Republican presidential pick for 2016 released emails that included people's social security numbers, home addresses and phone numbers.
by Lauren C. Williams Jan 22, 2015
Illinois students may be forced to turn over their social media passwords as part of a new policy to stop cyberbullying.
by Lauren C. Williams Jan 20, 2015
The most important tech policy issues Obama will talk about tonight.
by Lauren C. Williams Nov 14, 2014
Tor could go mainstream thanks to a new partnership with Mozilla.
by Lauren C. Williams Oct 14, 2014
LinkedIn faces legal troubles after users claim the social site sold their work history with potential employers without their permission.