Commentary: Heavy-handed attempts at government control will surely backfire, hobbling today's dynamic, unfettered communication and commerce far more than they hinder evil acts.
The credit card company is ponying up $2 billion for CyberSource, whose offerings include fraud detection capabilities.
After a tech reporter detailed his nightmarish saga of being hacked because of Amazon and Apple security flaws, the e-commerce giant says it has changed its system to make things more secure.
Supporters of the Stop Online Piracy Act, widely opposed by technology companies, have a secret weapon to win Republican support. It's the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.
Key piece of Internet technology that banks and e-commerce sites rely on to keep transactions safe suffers from a serious security vulnerability, an international team of researchers reports.
Following an inquiry from CNET, the e-commerce giant takes down a Web page that was being automatically filled in with other people's information.
The Commerce Department calls on Congress to pass a privacy bill of rights to give Internet users better control over the personal data captured from them online.
Commerce Department wants ICANN to be reformed from within and not replaced, saying "the United States is most assuredly opposed" to a United Nations Internet takeover.
New free browser tool rates e-commerce sites for consumer safety.
President Obama is planning to hand the Commerce Department authority over a forthcoming identity management plan for Internet commerce.