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
The agencies want tech vendors to retain access to encrypted data to comply with court-ordered warrants
But the DOJ's official position on the NSA leaker facing criminal charges hasn't changed
Consumer Watchdog says Google engages in unfair business practices by not offering US residents the service
Justices' financial disclosure forms aren't available online, Fix the Court says
The provider of prepaid mobile service reached a settlement with the agency
The program was extended for five months as it winds down.
A new study says having fiber broadband access can drive up your home's value by more than 3 percent.
Oracle can charge licensing fees for Java on Android after the court's decision