Social network says in appeal that a lower court's decision concluding user tweets are "unprotected by the federal and New York constitutions is still erroneous."
The social network isn't surrendering to a New York judge's demands to turn over tweets from a user involved in the Occupy Wall Street protests -- instead it's continuing to fight.
Verizon workers and members of the Communications Workers of America Union will join the Occupy Wall Street protest on Friday.
Citizen footage widened the lens of civil unrest in Ferguson, Mo., and it brought live-streaming to popular attention in the US unlike any confrontation has before.
With stunning naivete, the New York Police Department asks twitterers to post pictures of themselves with police officers. Go on, guess what happened.
Tech companies are rampant in their criticism of the NSA. But is there really any difference between the way they treat ordinary citizens and the way that the government does?
Molly Crabapple, known most recently for her paintings inspired by the financial crisis and Occupy Wall Street, presents a modern take on Degas' dancers as she explores the boundaries of Google Glass.
Michael Zuk, a Canadian dentist, has already bought one of John Lennon's teeth. Next step: clone the rest.
They're among a number of companies that disappoint with their privacy practices, according to the Electronic Frontier Foundation -- which likes what it sees from Twitter and others.
Hacktivist group says 14GB of data includes evidence that Bank of America engaged in an effort to "spy and collect information on private citizens."