Suffering a data breach is like discovering that someone rummaged through your bag when you weren’t looking. It’s a jarring…
Tools that assist fact-checkers in catching bogus information could be deployed within a year.
Analyzing people’s social connections may lead to a new way of discriminating against them.
Seven senators have asked President Obama to declassify additional information about the Kremlin’s possible involvement.
Click, and a calm voice explains how easy it is to follow your cursor’s every move.
New research reveals that when tech companies don't police abuse, it can put a damper on free speech.
He’s called for a “fundamental upgrade” to U.S. spying powers.
The same technology that helps stores track shoppers may one day replace Wi-Fi.
As kids, two Guinean brothers invented a new script for their native language. Now they’re trying to get it on every smartphone.
The changes still don’t stop the companies from enabling the spread of misinformation.
How the site could get serious about fact-checking
The president-elect’s attacks on the press hint at an unfriendly atmosphere for reporters.
Several different groups went after the candidates’ campaign sites this week, using the same technique that took down the internet in the U.S. last month.
Despite its reputation for illegal activity, much of what goes on underneath the surface of the internet is legit.
… though there’s no evidence that protesters made the request.
This is how hackers play capture the flag.
The companies who make the devices could be held accountable.
Retail is on its way to a future of personalized everything—even prices.
Cities and states are investing in biometric scanning technology, with few laws in place to restrict what they can do with it.
Fraudsters are getting cleverer and more aggressive—but the government is cracking down.