Proposed rule changes will reportedly land on the FAA’s doorstep this week.
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Circuit Judge Jay Bybee wrote that this collection violated the Wiretap Act, and that privacy protections do not depend on whether or not the network is secure.
The report “details governments requests for user data from January 1, 2013, through June 30, 2013.”
So, yes, you still need to back up your data yourself.
The New Jersey appellate court’s opinion could hold people who send text messages to drivers liable for accidents.
A customized version of Firefox claims to throw off censorship shackles.
In the latest release of NSA documents obtained from whistleblower Edward Snowden, The Guardian reveals details of a program called XKeyscore.
It’s all becoming clear now. Oh, wait. Sorry. It’s still not clear.
I mean, SOMEONE (besides you) has to be held responsible, right?
Frequent fliers, rejoice! The Federal Aviation Administration might, at some unspecified point in the future, possibly do something about your inability to use tablets and other gadgets during takeoff and landing.
Governor Rick Perry has signed HB 2268, a first-in-the-nation law that requires state and local law enforcement agents to seek a search warrant before accessing and reading Texans’ private email communications.
America’s largest Internet companies are tripping over themselves to bolster their public image following blockbuster disclosures about their role in the U.S. government’s controversial data-gathering program.