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A federal appeals court will rule on the constitutionality of National Security Letters
Loss of trust in Internet companies could lead to protectionism and a splintered Internet, experts from major Internet companies said at a town hall meeting on Thursday.
A new paper calls for a push to solve security problems related to Internet voting
The FTC, FCC and state attorneys general accuse the company of making millions of dollars from unwanted third-party charges
The Commission wants to curb social media recruiting for radical Islamist groups
The agency's collection of U.S. communications has privacy controls in place, a report says.
Terms of the deal will involve a patent licensing agreement, according to a court filing
The handset plant in Chennai was not transferred to Microsoft because it was frozen in a tax dispute.
It is time for the US to show it can be trusted, Andrus Ansip said
A deal the Commission says favors Amazon is still active and dates back to 2003
The patent infringement complaint between Nvidia and Samsung centers around display technology.
Expect HP to move deeper into software, but it's not yet clear what kind, analysts say
Microsoft said local calls from Skype to landlines and mobile phones will stop from Nov. 10
So far the documents remain under wraps because they cover ongoing investigations into the alleged breach of EU citizens' rights
The Marriott hotel chain blocked outside hotspots while charging customers up to $1,000 per device to access its own Wi-Fi service.