At an event at 10:30 a.m. PDT Wednesday, CEO Mark Zuckerberg and other executives respond to recent privacy criticism by making things a bit simpler.
A talk on vulnerabilities in the encryption within Apple FileVault was never submitted, according to officials of the security conference. But researcher Charles Edge begs to differ.
Having paid attendees vote on upcoming conference speakers is just one of the online improvements Black Hat hopes to make during 2008.
The World Wide Web Consortium held a conference in DC on Monday that it described as: "Conversations and results are public." Which is why it's a bit hypocritical to bar reporters from covering the event.
The NRC report says the United States should follow the European model of creating Yet Another Federal Bureaucracy.
Should Amazon.com be able to charge you more than someone else? The unfounded worry over price discrimination based on shopping history.
Canada may bow out of U.S. no-fly, selectee lists.
Meet Patricia Dunn, Tom Perkins and the other main characters in the investigation and its aftermath.
At a San Francisco conference, the W3C tries to establish the relevance of the Semantic Web, but skeptics abound.
CNET News.com's Declan McCullagh reports back after a week of hanging with cyberprivacy advocates who contemplate the prospect of life with Big Brother.