Teacher waited for email as girl struggled to breathe on floor
It also promised the agent a cut of the profits
Constituents overwhelmingly supportive of both companies
"Imagine what will become possible when we upgrade our tools to really open the channel between the human brain and modern electronics"
Because being a handpicked minion of the elite has its privileges
Zip code and location data transmitted unencrypted
The desire for control is ultimately driving factor behind the war on cash in the United States and in Europe
Miranda was detained in 2013 while assisting Greenwald’s reporting on documents about government mass surveillance
VA spokeswoman Walinda West did not dispute the settlement’s existence
Autonomous cars function as ground-based surveillance drones
"The president has laid out a number of issues he wants to work with Congress on, including approving the Trans-Pacific Partnership..."
“The attorney general’s office has strong indications that there existed tracking and interception..."
"If just a few companies control the data... then you can give them the power to just drive rivals out of the market"
Digital property after death a murky issue, says estate lawyer
Escaped Iran in recent days and made it to another country.
Presidential hopeful comes out against encryption
Student pushes back against school's invasive policy
"Edward Snowden is a traitor. And if I am president and we get our hands on him, he is standing trial for treason"
Court’s apparent finding that surveillance must be individualized deserves marquee billing
Homeland Security used the kill switch to shut off service to cell phones in order to stifle a San Francisco protest
No boarding pass required for Andreas Sjöström, who becomes the first person to use new microchip technology to breeze through an airport
Bill repeals the cyber surveillance measure tucked into the omnibus appropriations bill passed by the House and Senate and signed into law in December 2015
“It is now clear that Snowden is a traitor, and he should be tried for treason"
"Specifically, we will determine whether National Security Agency processes and technical controls are effective..."
Bill would force manufacturers or operating system providers to decrypt and unlock smartphones for law enforcement and other authorities
The “antithesis of net neutrality and a distortion of markets," according to World Bank report
Despite the growing pressure tech companies are feeling from governments, Cook has continued to defend the importance of encryption
Frequent minibar-restock requests, refusal of maid service for several days also listed among signs you might be a sex trafficker
System "anomalies" caused drivers to take the wheel 272 times in California test cars...
Going in circles in reverse...
Company has so much money they are driving out other start-ups
Homeland Security announced there will be no security changes at airports for at least two years...