If you haven't read all our lofty words, you can at least get a pictorial representation of what we've said over the year.
From Sony to the New York Yankees, these high profile data blunders had security analysts reaching for Mylanta.
Rolling out the welcome mat for the new overlords of data logging with a little TMI.
The hacker collective came up again and again this week—in part because of its nasty habit of infighting.
In a new column, Data Point, The Daily Dot's editor-hacker considers the meaning of the trails of data we leave behind online.
We painted a picture of our Internet. We liked what we saw. We hope you do too.