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The digital rights group wants to see a DOJ memo that allows the FBI to collect phone records.
The FCC's net neutrality rules need to make room for some traffic management, the company says. But critics say Cisco just simply wants some extra cash.
Wi-Fi's not always available on trains during rush hour, and Amtrak wants to solve that problem.
The Snowden revelations about NSA surveillance have ignited a debate, but little action in Washington.
However, EU justice ministers disagree over who will enforce the laws.
Caught using National Science Foundation-funded supercomputers to generate virtual currency, the researcher received a government-wide ban.
Vodafone revealed the access in its first Law Enforcement Disclosure Report, but did not name the countries involved
Several senators say they oppose reform legislation, even though many advocates see it as too weak
EU court did not create true right to be forgotten, experts said at a forum
One year to the day after Snowden's first NSA revelation broke, the web is aflutter in rebellion. Here's the details, and tools you can use to protect your privacy.
Microsoft joins Cisco and other companies that have objected to a delay in NSA reform
Senator Al Franken calls on Congress to pass a bill banning the creation of mobile spy apps.
Google, Snowden and digital rights groups encourage Web users to adopt privacy tools
Google should anticipate what kinds of information people will want removed, said the EU's top data protection official.
The agency's comments page goes down after comic commentator John Oliver urges people to take action.