Federal court upholds FCC’s net neutrality rules in major victory for the open Internet
The ruling is a major win for supporters of the FCC's regulatory approach.
Online voting is a cybersecurity nightmare
There's much more work to be done—and experts don't see a major breakthrough on the horizon.
Republican senator suggests praying that President Obama’s ‘days be few’
His office denied that he intended his comment as a threat.
U.S. government approves plan to yield control of key internet functions
But conservative lawmakers are furious.
Hillary Clinton wins California primary in major blow to Bernie Sanders
This was the biggest race of the last major night in the Democratic primary.
British parliament’s lower house passes controversial surveillance law
The House of Commons has passed the measure, and it now goes to the House of Lords.
Tech community tells Senate not to let FBI demand internet records without a warrant
Opponents to the legislation include Facebook, Google, and Yahoo.
‘Star Wars’ author Timothy Zahn offers advice for making peace with the new galactic canon
Zahn, one of the franchise's best-known authors, is a font of publishing wisdom.
Tech groups ask DNC and RNC to add internet policies to party platforms
'A free and open internet is an engine of economic growth,' the groups told the two major parties.
House Republicans ask Federal Reserve chair for briefing, documents on data breaches
'These reports raise serious concerns about the Federal Reserve's cybersecurity posture.'
The FBI just warned Americans about a serious new online extortion scam
If you get one of these emails, the FBI doesn't want you to pay up.
New malware targeting critical infrastructure takes after Stuxnet
Move over, Stuxnet. IRONGATE may represent the next evolution of malware targeting critical infrastructure.
Half of America thinks Hillary Clinton’s email setup was illegal
Clinton is struggling with the perception that she is not trustworthy.
Federal appeals court says Fourth Amendment doesn’t protect phone location data
This is the fourth appeals court to rule this way.
Top European privacy official says E.U.–U.S. data-transfer deal still needs work
U.S. tech companies are nervously awaiting a final verdict on the agreement.
Why this court case could determine the future of Bitcoin
You can't be convicted of money-laundering if Bitcoin isn't considered money.
Tumblr breach reportedly affected 65 million passwords
If you used Tumblr in 2013, you might want to reset your password just in case.