The FCC confirmed on Wednesday that it is investigating whether Google broke any federal eavesdropping laws when collecting data for its controversial Street View.
U.S. Office of Personnel Management wants to collect data from three health programs
Electronic voting appears to be running smoothly today--unlike during last month's primaries.
Election officials respond to concerns about electronic ballots without paper backups.
Nearly one in four registered voters in Tuesday's elections will use electronic voting systems with no verifiable paper records
Researchers are turning to data analytics techniques to more quickly spot symptoms of a potentially fatal complication that can develop in patients who have suffered a ruptured brain aneurysm.
A rights advocacy group is expressing concern over what it contends was an overly broad surveillance of social networking sites conducted by the U.S...
Court documents released on Thursday related to indictments over a massive international financial cybercrime operation provide a fascinating -- if scary -- glimpse into how the crooks operated within the U.S.
Proposed legislation aimed at slowing online copyright infringement has drawn criticism frm privacy advocates and industry gurus.
Diaspora is already running into early criticism over security issues by those who say they have tested the Facebook rival.
In a sign of SAPs stepped up attention to the business analytics market, the company released a set of real-time analytics products on Tuesday.
An operator of upscale hotels and resorts under such widely-known names as Marriott, Sheraton and Westin.
In a precedent-setting decision, a federal appellate court this week ruled that judges have the option of asking prosecutors to obtain a warrant before they...
Consumer Watchdog lampoons Google's CEO in a mega-ad questioning the search giant's privacy policies.
San Jose-based Viralheat this week announced plans to provide companies with some of the data it collects from social networks about businesses and products.