It’s interesting, albeit somewhat unsettling, to see how our tax dollars are being divested.
“We’re in bizarro-world with TSA”
Social network bans Infowars link after Zuckerberg vowed to eliminate 'xenophobia' about migrants
Star venture capitalist Andreessen's new $25m bet heralds the dawn of Internet of Things 2.0
One potential application for facial recognition software is the ability to detect a distracted or drowsy driver in real-time
Conventional warfare to be replaced by social protests
Social isolation for people who express controversial opinions or dissent
Earn points by behaving like the government wants you to behave!
Big government continues to push for access to the public's information
"My year as chair has taught me even more clearly just how dysfunctional the commission is..."
Ford gets a massive boost in self-driving software development
Private owners must register all unmanned aerial vehicles weighing more than .55 pounds
Government will use this crisis to add more fuel to the fire that is the global War on Terror
Soft power for foreign policy, hard power for domestic affairs
“CISA is the new PATRIOT Act"
PC authoritarianism reaches new heights
"They took a bad bill, and they made it worse."
Top UK court says Public Order Act powers, used to tackle gun crime and gangs, deter police bias and will save lives
Accident rates are twice as high as for regular vehicles
You’d have to be 20 to buy a Coke
Fans subject to pat downs while trying to see new blockbuster film
Cars must have a steering wheel, and a licensed driver must be ready to take over if the machine fails
DMV can change the rules over coming months before they are finalized, and industry likely to contest them as overly burdensome
If Congress were actually serious about cybersecurity, they'd be ramping up the acceptance and use of encryption, rather than trying to undermine it
Requires phone companies to provide “technical assistance” to help the NSA access the data in a readable format
Similar threat received in New York dismissed as implausible
National security theater bumps into the First Amendment
FAA may assess civil penalties up to $27,500, criminal penalties up to $250,000 and/or imprisonment for up to three years for failure to register
Another individual who said white people have "small dicks" not punished
With each new day, there is growing evidence of a cover-up in Chicago
“It’s entirely possible that those journalists who have a Social Security number in the system were in this group"
Emails warn that "state-sponsored" hackers could be digging for some users' phone numbers, email addresses and Internet addresses