BY Micah L. Sifry | Friday, September 6 2013
Exclusively for Personal Democracy Plus subscribers: How the NSA is breaking the Internet; a peek at the inside of the GOP's new Data Center; campaign contributions in bitcoin; and much, much more. Read More
BY Miranda Neubauer | Thursday, May 16 2013
BY Miranda Neubauer | Wednesday, January 25 2012
Today in technology and politics:
- Barack Obama's spilled-milk crack during the State of the Union left Twitter crying.
- A federal ruling by a judge in Colorado may give law enforcement more leeway to force you to decrypt your electronic devices on request.
- Julian Assange is planning a TV show.
BY Nick Judd | Tuesday, August 9 2011
A member of British Parliament representing ground zero for the riots now rocking that country on Tuesday called for the maker of the BlackBerry mobile phone to suspend its popular BlackBerry Messaging Service tonight. ... Read More
BY Nick Judd | Tuesday, August 2 2011
In the face of increasing threats to their safety and their ability to publish, bloggers in the Middle East don't have a firm grasp on how to protect themselves online, according to survey results released yesterday by ... Read More
BY Nick Judd | Monday, March 28 2011
Someone purporting to be the "Comodo hacker" posted a message to the world on Saturday that frames this month's successful attack on one of the web's largest providers of SSL certificates as revenge for previous Internet ... Read More
BY Nancy Scola | Wednesday, January 26 2011