FBI talks to Hillary Clinton about her private email server
The voluntary chat helped determine whether or not Clinton was careful with classified messages.
ACLU sues US over law limiting data discrimination studies
The civil liberty group says that an anti-hacking law blocks research into algorithm-based racism and sexism.
Judge says the FBI can hack your computer without a warrant
'Computers accessing the internet can -- and eventually will -- be hacked,' says Judge Henry Coke Morgan, Jr.
FCC wants your help understanding radio noise
You could help solve problems with wireless interference.
Democrats use Twitter to amplify House sit-in over gun control
Social networks are standing in when TV isn't an option.
Taylor Swift and 179 artists urge Congress to update copyright law
The debate over fair compensation from music streaming continues.
Apple might open stores in India thanks to relaxed rules
The country is loosening its requirements on local sourcing, and that's a big deal for the iPhone maker.
New York criminalizes the use of ticket-buying bots
The law's aim is to end the "frustrating" buying experience for New Yorkers.
New York votes to ban ads for whole apartments on Airbnb
The decision puts teeth into existing law protecting residents against illegal hotels.