The Web giant launches a new online initiative to bring together former extremists, survivors, nonprofits, academics, and private sector leaders to fight violent radicalism.
President Obama's new anti-"extremism" strategy hints at expanding monitoring of social networks beyond what Homeland Security already does.
Open source runs the risk of being so insular in its ideology that it becomes irrelevant. The OSI can help by expanding its membership.
Google Ideas aims to use technology to solve tough problems like trafficking in humans, organs, drugs, and arms.
Alfred A. Knopf says it will print a first run of 150,000 copies for "The New Digital Age," co-written with Google Ideas director Jared Cohen.
A privacy review, intended to "clarify any misunderstandings that exist" about the controversial unmanned aircraft, comes as concern grows about limited restraints on police use of drones.
Internet scholar faults Justice Department prosecution "in part at least" for driving Aaron Swartz to his death.
Bradley Manning, the U.S. Army soldier who became a source for WikiLeaks, is found not guilty of "aiding the enemy," but he still could spend many decades in a military prison.
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Sky, Everything Everywhere, TalkTalk, O2 and Virgin Media have orders to block access to the file-sharing site The Pirate Bay.