A trucking and construction business finds an alternate plan for keeping business active during a hurricane -- in the cloud.
Analysis: A Google developer proposes HTTP Error Code 451 to indicate content was censored by authorities.
Analysis: "Strong" isn't a detailed password-rating; go for a quintillions possible combos, add a symbol.
The notorious file-sharing site polls Internet users on their file-sharing habits, attitudes, and perceptions of laws.
Amazon's Kindle Fire is so capable, so packed with features, and so cheap that no tablet but iPad can compete.
Internet of Things will let appliance-assisted spies snoop on anyone without ever leaving their desks.
An Illinois judge reverses trend on cops who arrest bystanders recording the action on video.
If you're not committing fraud, you're not required to give your correct name to Google or anyone else.
Analysis: The Secret Service takes down JotForm and restores it without explanation; perhaps the anti-SOPA hysteria wasn't alarming enough.
Analysis: The Electronic Frontier Foundation evaluates privacy efforts from online dating sites and finds little substance.
Accuses opponents of most of the sins of his own industry, plus a few he just made up.
After the SOPA defeat, the music industry assembles a wish list to boost legal protection, despite soaring digital revenues.
Analysis: The recent record includes two major hacks, two major delays admitting fault, and risk to customers.
YouHaveDownloaded exposes the sins of many; TorrentFreak finds RIAA and DHS are among the 'many'.
Analysis: Microsoft move to extend the kill-switch, vendor-meddling, customer-paternalization policies of mobile devices to desktop software is a win for weaselware.