The right to open up your stuff is under attack, but DIY fixers are keeping the art of repair alive.
One of the few people in the United States who actually repairs water damaged phones tells us how he does it.
Every three years, the Librarian of Congress puts a whole bunch of researchers through a twisted bureaucratic process.
The government and Apple fight over an iPhone, the Librarian of Congress gives a thumbs up to security research, and the Senate does a CISA all over itself.
Manufacturers argue they should control who repairs your car, and Congress's new car hacking bill only makes the situation more messy.
The Electronic Frontier Foundation says that the decision leaves “almost no protection for users.”
It could leave the internet of things fundamentally insecure.
The Trans-Pacific Partnership, a massive international trade deal between 12 countries including Canada, Japan, and the US, was signed on Monday after …
Contrary to popular belief, a landmark case is unlikely to slow down the everyday flurry of DMCA takedowns.
Elliot Alderson would not be pleased.