Online privacy

Online activist group Anonymous posts what it says are private contact details for 22 GOP Congressmen

AnonOps, a group affiliated with the online activist group known as Anonymous, posted what it says are the private cell phone numbers and email addresses for 22 Republican members of Congress in a bid to push for President Trump's impeachment, rei

The Real Reason ISPs Hate Net Neutrality Regulation

The current network neutrality fight is really a wide-ranging power struggle between internet service providers and internet activists, between Republicans and Democrats.

Verizon -- Yes, Verizon -- Just Stood Up for Your Privacy

Fourteen of the biggest US tech companies filed a brief with the Supreme Court on Aug 14 supporting more rigorous warrant requirements for law enforcement seeking certain cell phone data, such as location information.

Computer & Communications Industry Association Stands Against DOJ Anti-Trump Site Info Demand

Computer companies are standing with a web hosting company that is facing a search warrant obtained by the Department of Justice to 1.3 million IP addresses of an anti-Trump protest web site.

Tech firm is fighting a federal demand for data on visitors to an anti-Trump website

A Los Angeles-based tech company is resisting a federal demand for more than 1.3 million IP addresses to identify visitors to a website set up to coordinate protests on Inauguration Day — a request whose breadth the company says violates the Const

It's Time to Found a New Republic

[Commentary] Today, faced with serious economic and political dysfunction, we are in need of another round of deep institutional renewal: a Third Republic. We need to coalesce around how best to create shared prosperity.

Tech companies urge Supreme Court to boost cellphone privacy

More than a dozen high technology companies and the biggest wireless operator in the United States, Verizon, have called on the US Supreme Court to make it harder for government officials to access individuals' sensitive cellphone data.

What the United States can do to protect Internet freedom around the world

[Commentary] Today, US technology companies adhere to a wide array of requirements from repressive governments that undermine Internet freedom and privacy. These demands violate international law, including the right to freedom of expression.

Twitter users are revealing the identities of Charlottesville white supremacist protestors

If the white nationalists and supremacists at the “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville (VA) were looking to be noticed, mission accomplished.

Facebook’s Onavo Gives Social-Media Firm Inside Peek at Rivals’ Users

Months before social-media company Snap publicly disclosed slowing user growth, rival Facebook already knew.