CISA may be delayed after millions of faxes opposed to the bill are delivered to senators
They say self regulation on security and privacy is a better alternative than goverment intervention
The NSA leaker should return to the US and face charges, an Obama advisor says.
They say the Senate's CISA cyberthreat information sharing bill would allow businesses to share too much information
City funding of entire networks is just one option for local officials looking to improve broadband networks, a report says
A U.S. agency has proposed that companies exporting hacking tools from the U.S. get licenses
A settlement with the FCC requires the company to improve the reliability of its emergeny dialing service
A group of privacy equity firms will pay cash to buy the former GSI Commerce
The Web forum was 'one of the gravest threats' to computer security, a U.S. official says
Ngo was connected to a 200-million record data breach at a credit monitoring firm.
A court that already found the program illegal should shut it down, instead of allowing it to be phased out, the ACLU says
But it's unclear if privacy and consumer groups will come to the table after leaving earlier privacy discussions
Carriers would be required to give customers warning before retiring their copper-based networks, under an agency proposal.
As a push for online voting heats up, elections officials should look toward end-to-end transparency, a report says
Sister telecom carriers stored personal information on servers accessible on the Internet