Buried in the mass of leaked Sony data was apparently a plan to fight against ‘Goliath’ to stamp out piracy and net neutrality.
World Wide Web Foundation comes to damning conclusions about the impact of ‘powerful state actors and economic elites’ when it comes to online surveillance.
Dashline enables users to change multiple passwords at once, and FIDO is being hyped as the next “password killer.”
American adults feel better informed about national and international news thanks to the Internet. Local news? Not so much.
The European Parliament has issued a non-binding resolution that calls for Google to unbundle its search from its other commercial operations.
In cyberwar, it’s hard to protect against collateral damage. But if the goal isn’t protecting citizens — who are also Internet users — then what is it?
While free Wi-Fi sounds like a great idea, even secured public networks can make for easy access to all types of private data.
According to a survey, most Americans think privacy policies protect their personal data, even though they often do the opposite.
While the plan still awaits approval, LinkNYC is hoping to convert telephone booths into Wi-Fi hotspots throughout New York City.
A timeline of the growth and decline of instant messengers.