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A landmark Supreme Court ruling on the digital domain, the impact of opening data, the 'right to record,' and data transparency were key topics in 2014 related to how tech drives s...
Several dozens apps, including many popular productivity applications, have been discounted up to 80% as part of an annual Christmas promotion. Here's a look at what's available.
In Spam Nation, cybersecurity expert Brian Krebs investigates Russian spammers and seeks to educate users about how valuable their assets are to cybercriminals.
These online resources help US citizens voting in the 2014 midterm elections learn candidates' positions, find their polling place, share that they voted, get election results, and...
Digital media's role in Brazil is being embraced and questioned, reports Alex Howard. Learn how human rights, the right to record, and Brazil's Bill of Internet Rights factor into ...
The 2012 Obama campaign took data-driven campaigning to a new level. In the future, more campaigns will leverage data to decide how to influence you to vote.
In law professor Danielle Citron's book, "Hate Crimes in Cyberspace," she suggests legal and ethical remedies that may help people who are the targets of online abuse and harassmen...
In an important decision, the United States Supreme Court found that law enforcement officers generally need to get a warrant before searching the mobile device of an arrestee.
Zillow CEO and its chief economist discuss how the home and real estate marketplace company is starting to use and share open data and what thorny ethical dilemmas might be ahead.
Alex Howard comments on questions about ethics and ethos in an age of exponential technological change.