Is cable television about to bite the dust? Some analysts have been predicting that will be the ultimate result of consumers’ enthusiasm about digital alternatives: every new subscriber to Hulu, Netflix
People sending email to any of Google's 425 million Gmail users have no "reasonable expectation" that their communications are confidential, the internet giant has said in a court filing. Consumer Watchdog,
The White House Press Corps just completely botched the one opportunity we had to learn details about the National Security Agency’s spying program, and the rationale for sweeping government surveillance.
In a financial planning guide for its workers, the company accidentally illustrates precisely how impossible it is to scrape by on a fast food paycheck. Well this is both embarrassing and deeply telling.
Like many carbon-based lifeforms, you perhaps think that bankers are driven only by naked greed. But that is just because you don't understand them: They actually have a deep psychological need for that
North Korea has pounced on the recent revelations of NSA snooping to take a few digs at the United States. Minju Joson, the country's state-run newspaper, lashed out at the U.S. in the wake of leaks from
Screenshot from Feng Xiaogang's acceptance speech. China's broadening media censorship to include: regulations on editors, editorial processes and content, management of news websites, and overall social
A patient said a Southern California doctor diagnosed him with "homosexual behavior" during his first visit to the office for a check-up. Earlier this year, Matthew Moore started seeing a new doctor who
The National Security Agency has a secret backdoor into its vast databases under a legal authority enabling it to search for US citizens' email and phone calls without a warrant, according to a top-secret