Microsoft hammered by surveillance requests in 2016
But the number of total affected users went down.
Survey says: Political polarization isn't the internet's fault
A study says hyper-partisanship is more common among older people who barely use the internet.
Trump's transition team asked NASA about mining the moon
The administration also wants to know from NASA what it can commercialize.
Internet giants resist the FCC's relaxed net neutrality rules
They've raised their objections directly with the FCC's chairman.
Russia hopes legitimizing Bitcoin will thwart crooks
It'd help the country fight money laundering.
Yahoo misused millions meant for humanitarian aid, lawsuit claims
The Yahoo Human Rights Trust was meant to aid Chinese dissidents.
Spain arrests Russian citizen for connections to US election hack (updated)
The US reportedly already has an extradition request out.
Bernie Sanders quietly launched his own podcast
You no longer need to tune into to his Facebook live show.
'Shadow Brokers' give away more NSA hacking tools
They're handing out the cyberweapons they can't sell.