Despite the inherent security risks, 31 states use the Internet to collect votes in some way.
The U.S. tech giants are keen to provide Web connections—but can a new scheme help Facebook recover from its Free Basics blunder?
Baboons and bonobos spend more time repairing relationships when they’ve grown apart. Now the first large-scale evidence has emerged that humans do this, too.
Borrowing ideas and infrastructure from the early 20th century, rural America is finally getting the digital connections that it deserves.
This week’s most thought-provoking papers from the Physics arXiv.
The first machine-based search of online hacker marketplaces identifies over 300 significant cyberthreats every week.
Machine-learning software could be used as effective cybercriminal sidekicks.
Securing the nation’s election system against hackers is not straightforward, but it starts with keeping voting off the Internet.
Automating the work of hacking experts could make the world safer.
New incentives could make corporations work harder to keep our data safe.