German parents have to inform authorities of illegal downloads by their children, a German High Court has stated in an unprecedented ruling. Refusal to comply will result in fines.
Whatever you do online, you leave digital tracks behind. These digital footprints are used to market to you – and to influence your thinking and behavior.
The Razer Blade is a laptop defined by compromises. Consider Razer’s slim gaming laptop range, where the 14-inch Blade sits square in the middle of the line. It’s bracketed by the smaller 12.
Taylor Huddleston woke early on December 6th, hours before the Arkansas winter morning would stir to life with the sound of roosters and dogs. Since selling off the last piece of his software business two months earlier, Huddleston had nothing in particular to do, and he’d been keeping odd hours.
A pair of hospitals in the Swiss city of Lugano have been testing the use of drones to transport laboratory samples.
Today, WikiLeaks publishes the third installment of its Vault 7 CIA leaks. We’ve already had the Year Zero files which revealed a number of exploits for popular hardware and software, and the Dark Matter batch which focused on Mac and iPhone exploits. Now we have Marble to look at.
FBI Director James Comey’s secret Twitter account has seemingly been exposed, just hours after he gave a speech on the importance of internet privacy.
Paul Ohm is a professor at Georgetown University Law Center and faculty director of the Georgetown Center on Privacy and Technology. Many are outraged about congressional efforts to eviscerate Internet privacy regulations set by the Federal Communications Commission under President Barack Obama.