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From The Columbus DispatchWhen schools discipline students for taking guns to school, the districts must report it to the state.
IBM, Microsoft, Hewlett-Packard and, most notably, Cisco Systems have reported substantial drops in sales in China since the NSA surveillance program came to light.
Only Santa, maybe, knows if you've been naughty or nice. But management at some 1,000 retailers this holiday season knows where you've been standing, how long you've had to wait in the checkout line, and which sweater or necktie you admired most while shopping.
Politics collided with the world of technology this year as stories about U.S. government spying stirred angst both among the country's citizens and foreign governments, and the flawed HeathCare.gov site got American health-care reform off to a rocky start.
He replaces Marie Shroff who has completed two five-year terms in the role, Justice Minister Judith Collins said today.
Fully 20 percent of U.S. adults become rich for parts of their lives, wielding extensive influence over America's economy and politics, according to new survey data.
Cell phones are an enormous convenience, but increasingly pose a threat to personal privacy.
A request made by AT&T's shareholders for increased transparency has been rejected by the company.
Garth Bruen long has investigated the seamier corners of the internet, but even he was shocked to discover Rapetube.org, a site urging users to share what it called "fantasy" videos of sexual attacks.
Following concerns that government agents can listen in on Xbox Live and other game communication channels, Microsoft has issued a new security measure to bring its users peace of mind.
Major technology companies, stung by revelations that the U.S. government collects people's personal data on their networks, on Monday issued an open letter to President Barack Obama asking for tighter controls on surveillance.
Body Glove sells surf and dive apparel and products at thousands of retailers across the US and in over 60 countries.
Armed with a cell phone number from a tip, Ypsilanti police tracked down a suspect in the murder of Eastern Michigan University football player Demarius Reed.
Raising concerns about consumer privacy, California's health exchange has given insurance agents the names and contact information for tens of thousands of people who went online to check out coverage but didn't ask to be contacted.
Tech giant Apple is launching location-based iBeacons at its 254 stores in the U.S. to serve as guides once activated using the Apple Store app.