A group of pro-Syrian regime hackers attacked the Washington Post this morning, redirecting posts to the group’s website.
A newly released poll found that fifty-six percent of Americans find the National Security Agency’s secret tracking of our telephone records “acceptable” and sixty-two percent think it is more important for the government to investigate threats, even if it intrudes on privacy.
Apple said in a statement that it has never heard of PRISM, the NSA’s now-public alleged homeland surveillance project.
The Washington Post at long last decides to charge for its digital content, but only for people who directly consume more than 20 articles a month from the online site.
Photographer Daniel Morel took riveting photos of the devastation caused by the January 2010 earthquake in Haiti. So riveting that the Agence France-Presse took them off Twitter and actually uploaded them to Getty Images.
VentureBeat is proud to announce a new content sharing partnership with the Washington Post.
According to Facebook, European publication The Guardian expects to have one million installs of its Facebook application by this weekend.
Facebook is focusing on integrating news discovery based on your friends’ activity in the news feed, CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced today at f8, the company’s annual developers conference.
An unknown group of hackers targeted the Washington Post’s jobs section last week and made off with 1.3 million user e-mail addresses. An FAQ released by the Post on Thursday addresses what happened and how users will likely be affected.