Rep Katherine Clark (D-MA) has proposed legislation to specifically outlaw internet harassment-based crimes like swatting and devote $24 million a year to stopping them.
[Commentary] Some partisan activists have sought to leverage the public’s privacy concerns to advance their political agenda and have resorted to spreading accusations and false information that misleads the public.
Is privacy a relic of the past given the array of governments and corporations determined to hoover up information about all of us as fully as technology permits it? Julia Angwin doesn’t think so.
Even if you didn’t commit a crime, and so no warrant has been issued (per your Fourth Amendment rights), the government can still take away your online anonymity, says a court.
In what they concede on the surface is a surprising alliance, major Internet service providers have aligned with the Federal Trade Commission and the Federal Communications Commission against AT&T Mobility over the issue of the FTC's ability t
Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai has circulated an item for a vote that provides guidance on the broadband privacy rules that were in effect before its 2016 privacy order, apparently.
[Commentary] There are steps Congress can and should take to improve consumer privacy. Here are three big ones.
Apparently, an item Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai has circulated for a vote on "Protecting the Privacy of Customers of Broadband and Other Telecommunications Services" essentially clarifies that the telecommunication customer
Top AT&T DC executive Robert Quinn said his company is "very, very" supportive of a bill (The BROWSER Act) from House Communications Subcommittee Chairman Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) that would "harmonize" the enforcement of online privacy by Inte
The Department of Homeland Security is turning to data scientists to improve screening techniques at airports.