The Obama administration will allow an import ban on older Samsung phones two months after letting Apple off a similar hook.
The White House, which already supported smartphone unlocking, has asked the FCC to follow suit.
The American Civil Liberties Union, arguing that PRISM violates its First and Fourth Amendment rights, is suing the Obama Administration.
Nicole Wong, a Silicon Valley veteran currently employed as Twitter’s legal director, was selected Tuesday to become the White House’s first chief privacy officer.
Verizon’s annual data breach investigation finds that Chinese hackers are going after small organizations in order to steal the trade secrets of their larger partners.
CISPA has passed the House — but with a presidential veto over unaddressed privacy concerns looming, the cybersecurity bill now heads to the Senate, where it died last year.
It’s time to put aside jingoistic discussions of cyberwar and approach China as a political and economic rival that can be swayed from bad behavior on the Internet.