Sometimes, if you want something done right, you need to do it yourself.
The privacy-killing Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act was renamed and snuck into a budget bill at the end of 2015. This is the software that sends 'cyber threats' to the Department of Homeland Security.
Campaign to give Palestinians access to PayPal builds momentum as British MPs weigh in.
We've had a lot of elected officials with different health statuses over the years.
Civil liberties groups are hoping the release of Oliver Stone's 'Snowden' will spur widespread enthusiasm for a presidential pardon.
Sockpuppets are real, but astroturfing isn't limited to fake accounts.
Uber and Waze are following an example that was originally set by the surveillance industry.
Most of the attendees don’t even work with GM crops.
The recent hack of two state election databases is small fry compared to others, and voter records are legally available too.
There’s been a lot of talk about how the trade deal could affect drug prices, but it could also hinder new discoveries.