Matt Rosendale, a Republican candidate for the House in Montana, believes the government will soon be flying over us to monitor our every move. He demonstrates his solution.
Google says it's getting more requests for user data than ever before, while simultaneously pressuring the US government to change how it regulates electronic communications.
As the Australian Government releases a broadband speed tester allowing users to check download speeds, one expert doubts how effective such tools can be.
Declassified documents related to Yahoo's challenge of a Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court opinion are now out. But the company doesn't see it as an all-out victory.
The country's Procurement Center, its Finance Ministry, and Apple itself say the iPhone maker never applied to be on the government's list of approved energy-saving products, according to Reuters.
The iPad and MacBook are apparently no longer on a list of products approved for government use due to security concerns, Bloomberg reports.
The UK government says it will assess the benefits and risks of unregulated digital currencies, a move which one expert says is a play to siphon investment and jobs away from the US and other markets.
The Qatar-based phone company is the first to open for business since the Asian country's military dictatorship dissolved three years ago.
The US Copyright Office says the online-TV startup doesn't qualify -- yet -- for a content license that would let it restart streaming.
The hackers were looking for information on federal employees who have top-secret clearance, according to The New York Times.