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Ready for Hologram: Could Virtual Campaigners Shake Up Elections?

One company thinks beamed-in candidates are the future of campaigning.

Judge: U.S. Search Warrants Apply to Emails Stored on Foreign Servers

A district court judge ruled Thursday that Microsoft must comply with law-enforcement demands even for user data stored on servers in Ireland.

 

CIA Admits to Hacking Senate Computers

In a sharp and sudden reversal, the CIA is acknowledging it improperly tapped into the computers of Senate staffers who were reviewing the intelligence agency's Bush-era torture practices.

Patent Trolls' New Strategy to Kill Patent Reform? Support Patent Reform.

Intellectual Ventures supports a bill that seeks to curtail patent trolling, which critics say is a good sign the bill doesn't amount to much—or is headed nowhere fast.

Senate Investigation Uncovers 'Widespread' Bogus Cell-Phone Charges

Mobile "cramming" cost Americans hundreds of millions of dollars.

FCC Chief 'Deeply Troubled' by Verizon Plan to Slow Traffic

Tom Wheeler suggests the new policy may run afoul of net neutrality.

Congress Passed a Cell-Phone Unlocking Bill. But It Won't Do Much.

It's a popular cause, but the legislation is mostly symbolic.

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Ready for Hologram: Could Virtual Campaigners Shake Up Elections?

One company thinks beamed-in candidates are the future of campaigning.

Judge: U.S. Search Warrants Apply to Emails Stored on Foreign Servers

A district court judge ruled Thursday that Microsoft must comply with law-enforcement demands even for user data stored on servers in Ireland.

 

CIA Admits to Hacking Senate Computers

In a sharp and sudden reversal, the CIA is acknowledging it improperly tapped into the computers of Senate staffers who were reviewing the intelligence agency's Bush-era torture practices.

Patent Trolls' New Strategy to Kill Patent Reform? Support Patent Reform.

Intellectual Ventures supports a bill that seeks to curtail patent trolling, which critics say is a good sign the bill doesn't amount to much—or is headed nowhere fast.

Senate Investigation Uncovers 'Widespread' Bogus Cell-Phone Charges

Mobile "cramming" cost Americans hundreds of millions of dollars.

FCC Chief 'Deeply Troubled' by Verizon Plan to Slow Traffic

Tom Wheeler suggests the new policy may run afoul of net neutrality.

Congress Passed a Cell-Phone Unlocking Bill. But It Won't Do Much.

It's a popular cause, but the legislation is mostly symbolic.

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