California is ramping up efforts to protect consumer privacy, creating a dedicated department in a state with a strong tech presence.
At a time when other states are purging voter registration rolls in the name of curbing electoral fraud, the state of Washington is stepping up efforts to encourage voting, debuting a Facebook app to help residents register to vote.
Government officials are bombarding phone carriers with requests for customer information, highlighting an increase in surveillance threatening consumer privacy.
As a ranking member of the Senate’s Antitrust subcommittee, Utah Republican Sen. Mike Lee keeps a keen eye on the practices of the technology industry’s heavy hitters.
The United Nations argues people should enjoy the same basic rights online as off, prompting controversy over the necessity for worldwide Internet freedom.
Ethiopia’s government is increasing online restrictions, a move that may slow the country’s economic progress while underscoring the need for an Internet Bill of Rights.
Worried about the massive amount of personal information on the Web that is collected about you? If so, a Texas lawmaker might have an idea that appeals to you.
An Occupy protestor’s tweets are the center of a legal maelstrom, sparking controversy over privacy on Twitter.
The Declaration of Internet Freedom seeks to protect online users from government and corporate interference, suggesting unfettered Internet access should be a basic human right.
Technology permeates the modern lifestyle, but large swaths of people are missing out on the revolution, even in developed nations like the U.S.