Red Cross data breach leaves 550,000 blood donors vulnerable
It's the biggest healthcare security breach in Australian history.
Meet Olga Cilia, the Icelandic Pirate headed for parliament
Direct democracy and radical transparency are winning in Iceland.
The British government could soon have a list of everyone who watches porn
What could possibly go wrong?
Petition to kick Scotland out of the U.K. arrives as Brexit tensions simmer
Scottish independence activists loved the idea.
France’s highest court strikes down sweeping surveillance law
French intelligence had open access to everyone's communications.
Most Americans distrust Facebook and Twitter, use them anyway
Do you trust Facebook? 96 percent of Americans don't.
The eviction of a refugee camp in France is being streamed on Facebook Live
Media outlets have drawn fire after live streaming queues of migrants awaiting processing.
Police face-recognition technology is racially biased, study finds
Face recognition software is under-regulated across the country.
The letter to Obama British MPs hope will save hacker Lauri Love from U.S. extradition
Over 50 British politicians have now signed a letter asking Obama to drop the alleged hacker's extradition request.
This comedian is reading the internet to WikiLeaks’ Julian Assange
After having his internet cut off this week, Julian Assange is back online. Well, kind of…