Facebook learned the power of transparency the hard way. Now, it wants the government to benefit from its education. Last week, Facebook sued the government. "We are joining others in the industry," Facebook
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Despite emphatic predictions of waning business prospects, some of the big Internet companies that the former National Security Agency contractor showed to be closely involved in gathering data on people
Thousands of North Korean defectors have made their way to the South, but it rarely goes in the opposite direction. So, news that South Korean troops at the border shot and killed a man trying to swim
UNITED NATIONS -- U.N.inspectors say there is “clear and convincing evidence” that chemical weapons were used on a relatively large scale in an attack last month in Syria that killed hundreds of people.