Should American workers have the ‘right to disconnect’?
Do we really want the government to decide how stressed out we should be?
ACLU seeks to join Microsoft lawsuit over customer data secretly acquired by feds
Microsoft says it has received nearly 2,600 secret data requests over the past 18 months.
Hillary Clinton's private email system violated State Department rules
The State Department's inspector general faulted several previous secretaries, too.
Apple, Facebook, other major tech players push Senate to pass email privacy reform
There's major new pressure on the Senate to pass a landmark online privacy bill.
Gmail is the next big user interface
It’s a faster, more efficient way to interact.
U.S. intelligence chief warns of increased cyberattacks against 2016 campaigns
'As the campaign intensifies,' a senior U.S. official said, 'we’ll probably have more of it.'