It's a positive precedent for hacktivists.
Articles tagged "politics"
Companies like AirBnb and Lyft are a far cry from participating in the political process.
Or yeah, perhaps driving with Glass is just going to be banned.
Not one metal has an ‘exemplary’ substitute for all its major uses, says report.
Corporations are people, so why not chimpanzees?
China's moon run is raising an age-old question.
Journalists are using drone cameras to capture unprecedented footage of the longstanding political turmoil in Thailand.
The administration's self-imposed deadline for fixing the troubled health care website is three days away.
Where does it stop?
It's not going to be easy for New Jersey to maintain a digital fence around the state border.
It's an open secret that New York's finest are eyeing unmanned aircraft for surveillance work. We asked them for details, but got the run around.
When Wal-Mart stores are having food drives for their employees, something is wrong.
If you can't make it over to Pennsylvania today, pay homage to Lincoln's historic speech with this.
The US might even love it.
Data is the currency of surveillance, and it's not just the NSA and GCHQ looking to cash in.
The ongoing inability of outside observers to challenge the NSA remains appalling.
The agency has 30 days to act, but could just classify the documents.
Canopy wants to be "an interpreter in your pocket" for doctors and nurses.
A pair of alleged political poisonings made headlines for finally, possibly being true.
The UK’s top spot on the Open Data Barometer is at odds with proposals to restrict Freedom of Information requests.
Another week, another slew of embarrassing revelations.
In fact, people are already wearing Google Glass while driving—and they're getting ticketed for it.
It started with a stepladder, measuring tape, and some glue.