Even at 30,000 feet, intelligence agencies can keep tabs on you.
Poorly secured webcams and other Internet-connected devices are already being used as tools for cyberattacks. Can the government prevent this from becoming a catastrophic problem?
When anyone can make use of a burgeoning army of rogue connected devices for a fee, the threat of a crippled Internet is more real than ever.
Privacy advocates and legal scholars are worried about the consequences of making it easier for investigators to obtain warrants for devices they don’t have in custody.
The country wants to assign citizens a score that determines their eligibility for everything from loans to education.
The Kremlin has struggled for years to gain control of the Internet within its borders, but there are signs that is starting to change.
Hackers forced the light rail network to let passengers ride free to avoid a massive disruption to service.
Before Trump takes over, Congress will consider government hacking, and the Obama administration could tie up loose ends in transportation and Internet policy.
The Aquila drone’s maiden voyage ended with a splat, not long before the company’s satellite went up in flames.
The effort aimed at identifying criminals from their mugshots raises serious ethical issues about how we should use artificial intelligence.