The US once again heads Google's list of governments that request its user data - and nearly 70 percent of requests came without a warrant.
The federal government is significantly underestimating the costs of carbon pollution because it's using a faulty analytical model, say scientists from the Natural Resources Defense Council and the University of Cambridge.
The Anonymous hacking collective says it's brought down several UK government websites in protest at the country's treatment of Julian Assange.
The British government is planning to give itself the power to monitor phone calls, texts, emails and website visits, in a move that has outraged privacy campaigners.
The FBI and other US government agencies have reportedly licensed the game engine behind a number of popular FPS titles including Batman: Arkham City, Mass Effect 3 and Infinity Blade.
Google executive chairman Eric Schmidt believes the Internet is a tool that can help citizens keep their governments honest.
Google's getting more takedown requests than ever, particularly in the US.
A bill recently proposed by Democrats in Congress would require online businesses to impose federal taxes on all online purchases.
It seems like us civilians aren't the only people who have a problem with the TSA and airport security as of late.
Wyoming is now the first state to rely on Google computing services for its entire executive branch of government.
Lulz Security has struck again, pwning Pron.com and making off with the email addresses, logins and passwords of over 25,000 users.
Turkish police have arrested 32 Anonymous hackers after attacks on government websites, the state-run news agency Anadolu reports.
Americans are far more concerned about companies monitoring their internet activity than about government doing the same thing.
A group of Chinese academics from a military academy has accused the US government of creating a global internet war.
Facebook is planning to ramp up its lobbying power with the appointment of a set of 'international directors of policy'.
Chinese spiritual group Falun Gong has accused Cisco of designing a surveillance system for the Chinese government.
Facebook is 'the most appalling spying machine that has ever been created', WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has told a Russian newspaper.
Sen. John F. Kerry (D-Mass.) and Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) have drafted a bill that won’t do much to give us privacy on the Internet.
The FBI has seized the domains of four popular online poker websites - PokerStars, Full Tilt Poker, UB.com and Absolute Poker - claiming bank fraud, money laundering and illegal gambling offenses.
U.S. Senator Dick Durbin of Illinois is currently prepping legislation that would implement a state sales tax for Internet e-commerce.