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Social network says current government restrictions on transparency are preventing tech companies from being fully honest with the public.
The Simpsons has turned to Oscar-nominee Don Hertzfeldt for its latest couch gag, but it's more bizarre than you'd expect as the nuclear family goes post-nuclear apocalypse.
Get ready to scream with the new webseries. Director Richard Martin and actor Julian Curtis talk to Crave about ghosts, the paranormal, and what attracted them to the hilarious horror comedy on Geek & Sundry.
Yahoo, Google, Microsoft, Facebook want clearance to disclose what type of national security info requests they get.
Documents unsealed by a federal court show Microsoft successfully litigated an information request from the FBI on one of its cloud customers.
So LG would like you to believe its new phone is so human that you can, um, talk to the hand.
Google and Microsoft plan to sue the government, demanding the right to publicly discuss any surveillance requests served up by the FISA court.
Exploding toilets! Runaway wrecking balls! Adam Savage and Jamie Hyneman will bust or prove "Simpsons"-inspired moments in their new season premiere in January.
Software giant argues that U.S. government restrictions on what it can disclose constitute a "content-based restriction on speech."
The search giant asks to clear its name by arguing it has the First Amendment right to reveal how many Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act orders it receives from the U.S. government.