A bunch of more-or-less random editors who happen to want to be the piracy police are dictating the means of internet access for people who use Wikipedia Zero.
The amendment changes a date in pending FDA regulations that could choke out many vaping businesses.
The Senate is considering an amendment that would ban vaping devices from all planes, even in luggage.
Brian Haller was caught as part of the FBI's takeover of child pornography site Playpen.
Turns out the newspapers aren't so keen on Brave's plan of blocking their ads by default.
Because the industry is federally unregulated, e-liquids can be manufactured just about anywhere: in a controlled, sterile lab, on a tool bench in a garage, or anything in between.
The fact that lawmakers will take this telecom-backed paper masquerading as “economic analysis” seriously is demoralizing.
‘OnionScan' will probe dark web sites for security weaknesses.
The FBI appears to want Apple's help unlocking an iPhone 6 Plus in a case involving a suspected Boston gang member.
Legislators cited concerns over youth vaping, but others question if a tax is the best method for curbing use.