"I’m not sure I can say this more clearly: we’re not in cahoots with the NSA and there’s is no government program that Google participates in that allows the kind of access that the media originally reported."
With its audio-fingerprinting technology, the company says it can pinpoint 80 percent of would-be attackers on their first call.
Paranoia over PRISM surveillance is creating a public relations nightmare for companies like Google and Facebook.
Nok Nok Labs takes on $4 million in debt financing.
Chomsky makes at least one pretty significant mistake, however. He said that Google Glass has a camera and a recorder, "which means that everything that's going on around you goes up on the Internet."
Microsoft, Yahoo, Google, Facebook, AOL, and Apple might breathe a little easier today as NSA Director General Keith Alexander lends credibility to their testimony.
Editor's Pick "Thank you for working to protect America," Rep. Rogers said. "You're doing a very difficult job -- thank you on behalf of America."
President Obama took to the Charlie Rose show to defend the NSA's surveillance practices, which he says are both transparent and legal.
The NSA is denying claims that it houses the location data attached to Americans' phone calls. Why? Because it doesn't collect that information in the first place.
With privacy concerns at a new high following PRISM revelations, VCs want to invest more in security and privacy. Antitracking startup Disconnect fits the bill.
The iPhone-maker has divulged new figures on the actual data it offers up to authorities as well as how it goes about doing so.
Only 47 out of 100 senators showed up for a high-level intelligence briefing with senior NSA officials. The rest chose to head home early for a long weekend instead.
In the wake of revelations about PRISM, Facebook releases more information about government requests for user data, but Google said its measures aren't going far enough.
Security is telling Senate staffers that they should not access or download any of the classified documents leaked in the last couple weeks despite the fact that they've likely already seen them.
Facebook is reportedly talking with the DOJ and FBI in order to get permission to publish data requests associated with national security.
The President issued a memorandum today to expand the availability of spectrum and bolster America's leadership in wireless innovation. He mandated that Federal agencies free up a significant portion of wireless spectrum so that it can be used by individuals and businesses.
When Edward Snowden leaked the news about PRISM, we thought it was just 9 U.S. companies that were sharing customers' data with the National Security Agency (NSA). Now it looks like literally thousands of technology, finance, and manufacturing firms are working with the NSA, CIA, FBI, and branches of the U.S. military.
A new bug in iOS 7 will give you access to a phone's photos before the phone has been unlocked -- and it's remarkable easy to do.
One website benefiting from the panic over government surveillance is private search engine DuckDuckGo, which is seeing record interest.
All the unnecessary trouble and bother over this silly little NSA unconstitutionally spying on Americans thing would be gone and forgotten in a moment, if only -- silly us -- we knew how to count.