Twitter wants to tell the public what kind of information it is being forced to hand over.
The NSA admits its protections are limited because of the nature of its work.
JP Morgan revealed last week that the extent of the breach was much larger than initially thought.
The software industry is making moves to beef up privacy protections for students.
Joel Kaplan will replace Marne Levine, who is moving to Instagram.
Tom Ridge is selling insurance to help firms safeguard networks and bottom lines.
Rep. Kyrsten Sinema (D-Ariz.) urged the Departments of Health and Human Services and Homeland...
China is responsible for the most cyberattacks in the United States, Comey said.
New York's attorney general urged residents to consult credit reporting agencies.
Rep. Henry Waxman wants the FCC to combine its legal powers for net neutrality rules.
Congress has so far failed to pass major cybersecurity legislation.
A privacy organization is suing CIA to obtain details about how it spied on Senate staff.
Groups are calling on Congress not to stop short in reforming the NSA.
“The law needs to be changed, and we need to change,” the Oscar-winning actress said.
Patent trolls and IP abuse add costs to businesses and consumers.
Rep. Mike Honda's challenger is using his time in Congress against him.
An GOP opposition researcher was blocked after editing the pages of Democratic candidates.
The group framed the proposal as a way to increase competition with cable and wireless companies.
FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler has previously criticized the team's name as offensive.
The FCC is considering a plan to treat some types of online television like cable.
The top Democrat on the House Financial Services Committee is calling for Congress to pass...
Former Oracle CEO Larry Ellison is hosting the event featuring Sen. Rand Paul next week.
Despite the size of the hack, the bank said personal and financial data was not stolen.
Facebook sets data ethics guidelines in the wake of controversial research on its users.