It's often about learning new, and qualitatively different information from an individual’s or communities’ postings.
FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler’s public interest legacy hangs in the balance.
Service severed right after Clinton’s Goldman Sachs speeches were published, says WikiLeaks.
The outage has sparked rumors of Assange's imminent downfall.
The Investigatory Powers Tribunal highlighted the intense secrecy and lack of oversight around the UK’s use of bulk powers in a court judgement.
By making tweaks to how the Tor Browser connects to the anonymity network.
Workplace by Facebook launches, but questions remain around workplace privacy.
Google and other sites will likely respond more quickly to a court order. So why not fabricate a lawsuit to speed the whole thing up.
Now that more and more data is encrypted, it will be harder and harder for governments to spy—unless internet companies help them.
New rules would require “opt-in” consent before ISPs can harvest “sensitive” data.