A criticized cyber-security bill that hopes to improve information sharing between the private and public sectors was voted through by the House Intelligence Committee today.
The proposed changes to the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act spurred more than just angry tweets. The EFF and others are calling for people to rise up and flood congressmen with CFAA reform demands.
Google is resisting a national security letter (NSL) from the FBI demanding that it offer up private information about its users.
California Assembly Member Bonnie Lowenthal has introduced the "Right to Know Act 2013," which would force businesses to tell consumers what personal data they have and where it is being shared.
Changes proposed to the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act include strengthening prison sentences and broadening the definition of computer crime.
National Security Letters allow the government to secretly request information about you from companies you're associated with. A judge ruled them unconstitutional today.
Humble Bundle is back with another round of Windows, Linux, Mac, and Android games.
The pay-what-you-want bundle is back with five games new to the Android platform.
Torchlight, Vessel, Rochard, S.P.A.Z., Shatter, and Dustforce are all a part of the latest Humble Bundle.
The blooming bromance between hirsute Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak and Kiwi bad boy Kim Dotcom is getting more serious by the day.
Dotcom, for those of you unfamiliar, is the founder of the now-shuttered Hong Kong-based file-hosting service Megaupload, which …
The fifth incarnation of the Humble Indie Bundle, a pay-what-you-want collection of games that sends a portion of its proceeds to charity, has received $4 million dollars in contributions during its first week.
The Humble Indie Bundle, the pay-what-you-want indie-gamestravaganza, is back with its fifth offering, and this one includes its highest-profile titles to date.
In the age of the hacktivist, corporate lawyers have a new responsibility: deciding whether or not to litigate based on their ability to handle attacks from groups like Anonymous.
“Everyone needs to be aware of information security,” said Tanya Forsheit, …
Hundreds of New York techies are gathered on 3rd Avenue and 49th Street, below trees strewn with holiday lights, waving signs and handing out flyers. “Stop SOPA, Pass on PIPA” they chanted.
The gathering was held outside the offices of …