After several corporations and universities were targeted in cyberattacks, the US government arrests Timothy French for allegedly posting thousands of people's usernames and passwords online.
President Obama promised the most open and transparent administration in history. But his own White House Web site shows that it's not always easy to translate campaign promises into reality.
So far, there's no way to fix errors in premiums and deductibles that have saddled some consumers with higher costs, says The Washington Post.
The Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board says that the NSA's collection of bulk phone records should be shut down immediately.
Only half of one of the security holes previously identified on the government's health care site has been patched, while new ones have since been uncovered, says the head of a security consulting firm.
Requests for customer mobile phone data from federal, state, and local authorities topped 1 million, says a US senator. But no carrier said whether it had received requests under the Patriot Act.
Requests from governments worldwide for user information have more than doubled since three years ago. Worse still, says Google, is what the US won't let us tell you.
Talking about reports of slow load times and bugs, President Obama refers to Apple's experience after the debut of iOS 7.
The final slide has been removed. The USAjobs.gov site is up and has not been affected by the federal shutdown.
A panel in a federal court indicates it may strike down part of the law that stops ISPs from discriminating against certain Web sites.