FTC sues email spammers for lying about Obamacare
Turns out some spam isn't just annoying, it's illegal.
Would you hand over personal data to prevent a major disease outbreak?
New research suggests your transit data could help stop mass infections in major cities.
‘Not all spying is bad,’ Snowden says in live Q&A
In a live, public Q and A session, Snowden discusses everything from Obama's speech to NSA capabilities.
As much as one fifth of Germany had its email hacked
16 million email accounts have been compromised in Germany.
Snowden asks Russian police to protect him from U.S. agents’ threats
But should he actually be worried?
Barbara Bush calls for end to American political dynasties
“Kennedys, Clintons, Bushes, there are just more families than that.”
New NSA leak: Agency sweeps up 200 million texts a day
With them it tracks locations, financial transactions, networks, and more.
Syrian Electronic Army goes on hacking spree against Saudi government
The hackers continue their war on anti-Assad sentiments.
NSA: Telling Congress whether we spied on them would violate their rights
Spying is fine. Telling you about spying, now that's a problem.
Is the Blackphone the first truly private smartphone?
“We have lost our privacy,” the phone's makers argue.
European researchers are building a hive-mind for robots
So far, four robots are connected, and they're using the network to perform patient-care tasks in a hospital.
NSA’s lawyer to Congress on surveillance laws: ‘You’re the ones who passed it’
The Washington Post's profile of Robert Litt reveals a controversial and passionate advocate of NSA surveillance.
McCain asks Congress to investigate ‘broken’ NSA
“Is there anybody who believes that this system is not broken in many respects?"