And the U.S.'s position makes it look awfully lonely.
While the updated Healthcare.gov website is supposed to alleviate launch issues, reports of new bugs keeping insurance companies from getting new client data have surfaced.
Eight major tech companies wrote an open letter to the president, demaning the NSA stop its dragnet surveillance.
Government of the people, by the people, for the people. On a floppy disk.
A surveillance state gets thirsty.
When Julian Assange walks out of his Ecuadorian embassy, what world will he find?