The changes called for regarding NSA surveillance include new privacy advocates to be assigned to a surveillance court and a transition away from a controversial U.S. telephone records collection program.
Democrats question whether outside security experts can tell what defenses are being deployed
The new manufacturing institute will focus on bringing wide bandgap semiconductors to market.
Members of a review panel say their recommendations would not hurt legitimate terrorism investigations.
The FCC has options, but many of them aren't likely to prevail.
A group of activist groups and Internet companies are planning a coordinated protest of U.S. National Security Agency surveillance on Feb. 11, with the hope that millions of people will join them.
Identity thieves may have taken email addresses, mailing addresses and other information, the company says
CNIL says Google broke a French privacy law when it merged the privacy policies of its services
One bill would require HHS to notify consumers if their personal data is exposed on the site
Enterprise software spending will drive the growth in spending, while telecom spending is a drag
The FISA court approves the metadata collection program for the 36th time in seven years.
The decision of the D.C. judge conflicts with a ruling from a New York judge in a separate case..
The civil liberties group asks an appeals court to review the judge's order finding a phone-records collection program legal.
The new website is aimed at helping mobile device owners and app developers
U.S. desktop users spend $42.8 billion between Nov. 1 and Dec. 22