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Defying dated US law, Google demands law enforcement demonstrate probable cause before turning over user data.
Kim Dotcom's latest project, Mega, is struggling to maintain viability as the security community expresses concerns over the site's encryption tools.
Publicly aligning itself with the Chiapas-based Zapatista movement, embattled Anonymous Mexico defaced and temporarily brought down websites belonging to Mexico's Department of Defense on Thursday.
As Bioware prepares to make Star Wars: The Old Republic free to play, adding same-gender relationships to the game is proving a difficult and controversial endeavor.
Consumers are expected to volunteer more personal data to use the new gadgets unveiled at this year's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
More Ugandan government sites have fallen under cyber attack by LGBT rights advocates within the Anonymous collective in protest of the country's anti-homosexuality bill.
French Students have sued Twitter, arguing in a Parisian court on Tuesday that the micro-blogging website must divulge the personal information of users tweeting anti-Semitic messages.
The head of the film piracy group IMAGiNE was sentenced to five years in prison on Thursday — the longest sentence ever handed to a convicted file sharer.
Anonymous has launched the second phase of OpUganda, an effort to pressure Uganda's government in protest of the country's anti-homosexuality legislation.
Traces of what appears to be the iPhone6 and iOS7 originating from the Apple headquarters have begun appearing in app developers logs.
Finding a compromise with Anonymous, web security firm Black Lotus will donate all revenue raised from the Westboro Baptist Church to charity while maintaining services for the controversial fundamentalist group.
With the European Commission's referral of ACTA to the European Court of Justice, activists feared an ACTA revival. Now, their fears are assuaged.
Adam Lanza played StarCraft, a popular video game closer to chess than Call of Duty.
With the US and UK leading the charge against internet regulation, several nations express reservations over the new ITRs while some refused to sign them outright.
The Izz ad-Din al-Qassam Cyber Fighters have launched the second phase of their operation against US banks in protest of the "Innocence of Muslims" video's presence on YouTube.
Members of the Ugandan Parliament have pledged to pass their anti-homosexuality bill before the end of the year. Anonymous is attempting to stop them.
As the meeting of the International Telecommunications Union entered its fourth day, hackers launched a cyber attack against their website, bringing it down for a matter of hours.
Web freedom advocates are crying foul over what is believed to be a UN takeover of the internet at a meeting of the International Telecommunications Union in Dubai. What is actually happening, however, is more of the same UN-style debates over treaties and legal definitions.
As the UN conference for internet oversight continues, web freedom advocates are preparing for another fight against regulation. Can international organizations ever hope to regulate the internet?
The Museum of Modern Art in Manhattan is making a few new acquisitions: video games.