World Cup scammers target EA fans on Instagram, Twitter
Fake EA Games accounts a front for phishing scams.
Obama champions innovation at first-ever White House ‘Maker Faire’
Obama declares National Day of Making to honor America's "tinkerers, inventors and entrepreneurs."
Man who coined ‘net neutrality’ running for office to block Comcast deal
The Columbia Law professor hopes he can derail Comcast plans to buy Time Warner by blocking the deal in New York.
Supreme Court to decide what constitutes a ‘threat’ on Facebook
Fights over free speech are never pretty.
U.S. government mulls ban on using map apps while driving
Tech industry opposes proposed legislation, says government ill-equipped to regulate fast changing technology.
Chelsea Manning accuses the U.S. of lying about conditions in Iraq
Wikileaks informant says explosion of violence in Iraq should come as no surprise.
Survey: 40 percent of millennials would bank with Google
Survey suggests tech companies could break into the banking industry if they wanted to.
Twitter account brings secret Supreme Court revisions to light
Part-time coder creates program to constantly monitor SCOTUS opinions for edits.
Facebook unveils new ad preferences
Social network will also begin using data from across the Web to place targeted ads.
Here’s how Google will enforce the ‘right to be forgotten’
Google will flag takedown requests in its biannual transperancy report.
Lawrence Lessig’s Mayday PAC shoots for new $5 million crowdfunding goal
Mayday PAC has another $4.5 million to raise between now and July 4.
Major PR firms promise to play by Wikipedia’s rules
Advertising giants like Ogilvy and Edelman have issued a joint statement to the skeptical Wikipedia community.
EU Court: Web browsing is not copyright infringement
Court says temporary page copies are exempt from copyright claims after four-year legal battle.
DARPA will give you $2 million to create a fully automated cybersecurity system
This technology can't arrive soon enough.
Internet freedom group gives China an uncensored Google for Tiananmen anniversary
Someone put a ladder against China's Great Firewall.
Meet stingray, the cellphone spying tool police don’t want you to know about
Even innocent bystanders should worry about this one.