The online vacation rental service makes deal to disclose masked data on hosts and root out "bad actors."
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Tails, which leaves no trace of Internet activity on computers, was reportedly used by the NSA whistle-blower in discussions with journalists.
While several charges were dropped, former Anonymous spokesman Barrett Brown pleads guilty to sharing stolen data and targeting a federal agent.
The social network revives its developer conference to help app makers boost their bottom lines and give members more control over their information.
Facebook to offer "anonymous login," LG announces the G3, the first-ever smartring and a major firmware update hits the PS4.
Google brushes off a self-described Google employee's account of serious and widespread AdSense fraud as a "complete fiction."
The app -- available right now only in the US -- will soon launch in other English-speaking countries, including the UK, Ireland, Australia, and New Zealand, according to a report.
Accounts linked to the spread of government corruption allegations appeared blocked less than a week after the social network agreed to shutter some accounts.
In a Twitter post, the author encourages people to ignore anyone who hides behind anonymity on the Web. But don't fiction writers hide behind their stories?