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More data protection controls loom for cloud providers in the EU
Strong net neutrality rules should keep the Internet open, dynamic and spontaneous for all, the companies said.
DARPA's .50 caliber bullets should help snipers remain undetected as they shoot at a target more than a mile away.
Republican commissioners continue to question where the money will come from
Coming up on WTU this week, new TSA rules for electronic devices on flights to the U.S., controversial cybersecurity bill clears Senate intelligence panel and an activity tracker for dogs is put to the test.
The legislation would overturn a Library of Congress decision to remove legal protections for unlocking
Mutual trust and openness are needed in order to work together, the German government said
The European Commission sent questionnaires to companies, probing potential effects of the acquisition
Senator Mark R. Warner wants to know what oversight, if any, would be appropriate for studies conducted by social media platforms.
Civil rights and privacy groups question the alleged email surveillance after a news report.
The Russian approval for the NSA leaker to stay in the country expires at the end of July.
The bill has been criticized by civil liberties and privacy groups because of its potential privacy implications
Republican members of the FCC question where $5 billion for schools and libraries will come from.
A German intelligence employee is accused of passing information to a US contact
IBM is launching a new project to address China's energy and environmental problems
New information published by the Washington Post shows that much of the data intercepted by the NSA comes from individuals not suspected of any wrongdoing.