Senator Patrick Leahy is denying reports that he'd been about to support a proposal allowing government agencies to access Americans' emails without a warrant.
Google's trialling a new search feature that display results from a user's emails alongside those from the web. It's also launched its Knowledge Graph service worldwide.
Facebook is asking a federal judge to throw out the lawsuit by Paul Ceglia claiming that he's entitled to half of the company.
Osama Bin Laden's body wasn't buried at sea, but was instead flown back to the US, leaked emails suggest.
Wikileaks has today started publishing more than five million emails from intelligence company Stratfor, which was hacked late last year by Anonymous.
YouPorn appears to have been compromised after hackers publicly posted the passwords, emails, and dates of birth of over a million users.
The Teampoison group of hackers has claimed responsibility for hacking a UN agency, and has posted more than 100 email addresses and login details on Pastebin.
Thousands more 'Climategate' emails from the University of East Anglia have been leaked in another attempt to cast doubt on the validity of climate science.
An independent federal review has concluded that scientists at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration did not manipulate climate data to shore up the evidence for global warming.
Hacking group Anonymous has released tens of thousands more private emails from security company HBGary, which it claims has been plotting with government agencies to attack Wikileaks.
The government has been told that it must have a valid search warrant before seizing and searching emails.
A number of Mint.com users were recently surprised to find blank e-mails in their inboxes which originated from a Mint.com support address. The immediate fear amongst members was that the mass e-mailing may have been prompted by an unreported security breach.
Professor Michael Mann, the US scientist accused of massaging climate change figures has been cleared by his university.
Steve Jobs is known for being a prolific emailer, but it seems he's not quite as prolific as some people have been making out.
Motorola has debuted what it claims is the "world's first" push-to-talk Android-powered smartphone at CTIA 2010.