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3 hrs ago | Quebec Chronicle-Telegraph
If U.S. goverment officials really want to promote American business and give the economy a boost, forget the crony-tastic Export-Import Bank ; they should just stop making services based here look like convenient extensions of snoopy government agencies.
8 hrs ago | Canada.com
In this undated photo released by the Center for Disease Control, a Aeromedical Biological Containment System which looks like a sealed isolation tent for Ebola air transportation is shown.
10 hrs ago | Hillingdon Times
A man suspected of child sex abuse who was arrested but faced no charge has lost his battle in the Court of Appeal to use privacy laws to stop the press and media naming him.
11 hrs ago | CIO
Privacy campaign group Europe-v-Facebook is inviting Facebook users outside the U.S. and Canada to join a lawsuit against the company, which it alleges violates privacy laws.
11 hrs ago | Evening Times
A lawyer has called on Facebook's one billion users worldwide to join a class action fight against the social network over privacy rights.
11 hrs ago | WCHS-TV Charleston
Charleston , Kanawha County , West Virginia A 911 call is released after police were called to a disturbance at a Charleston middle school involving Kanawha County Prosecutor Mark Plants and his ex-wife.
An illustration picture shows a Google logo with two one Euro coins, taken in Munich, Germany in this January 15, 2013 file photo.
One more month of summer, one more month to plan a great vacation. Here are some very cool spots to cross off your bucket list.
A bipartisan group of senators is seeking to update an aging federal law that protects the privacy rights of American students.
US law can apply anywhere in the world, so long as a technology company has control over foreign data, a court rules.
Microsoft Corp must turn over a customer's emails and other account information stored in a data center in Ireland to the U.S. government, a judge ruled on Thursday, in a case that has drawn concern from privacy groups and major technology companies.
Almost three-fourths of Americans worry about how much personal information is available online, and more than half feel like they can't trust social media sites like Facebook and Twitter to keep their personal information, buying habits, and political beliefs confidential, according to new poll data we just released via an infographic.
Electric vehicles are becoming more popular due to their environmental credentials and relatively low running costs.
A Samaritan's Purse medical personnel demonstrates personal protective equipment to educate team members on the Ebola virus in Liberia on July 30. Photo by Samaritan's Purse/Reuters The U.S. Peace Corps said on Wednesday it was pulling all 340 volunteers from Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea because of the spreading Ebola virus that has killed 672 ... (more)
In an increasingly interconnected world where everything from televisions to refrigerators to cars is connected to the Internet, the data collected by the so-called "Internet of Things" is a natural target for hackers.
It's time to face reality: "Americans are from Mars, Europeans are from Venus," and in today's increasingly connected world, understanding "inter-planetary" alignments and deviations is mission-critical for cloud.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg once famously said that privacy was no longer a "social norm" in a society that seemed compelled to share everything.
Updated: Fri Aug 01, 2014 02:32 pm
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