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In a letter to the U.S. attorney general, Congress members cite concerns about "seizing the domain names of websites whose actions and content are presumed to be lawful, protected speech."
Records unsealed this week show the U.S. government couldn't produce evidence that Dajaz1.com violated copyright law even after a year, largely because authorities couldn't get it from music labels.
Closed-loop implantable devices can control seizures via small amounts of current, and new software could further fine-tune early detection, research shows.
So-called Internet safety software ComputerCop, often given to families for free by their local police departments, puts children and personal data at risk, a new report alleges.
Microsoft had sought to prevent the Justice Department from obtaining emails in Ireland without first getting the country's consent.
U.S. government's high-profile attempt to shut down DaJaz1.com ends with Homeland Security abandoning the case, which it had tried to conduct in secret.
A lawyer who helped argue against warrantless cell phone searches at the Supreme Court says questions remain about whether you may be forced to turn over your password and how long your seized data can be stored.
The Silicon Valley investor plans to help emerging markets with the nearly 30k bitcoins bought from the Silk Road auction.
Social network was under a gag order until recently to disclose "by far the largest" search warrant request it's ever received.
The high court issues a decision on two cases related to police searches of mobile phones, calling modern cell phones "not just another technological convenience."