Apple iCloud data in China is being stored by a state-run telco
It might be time to get a new iCloud account.
Why does Google owe the EU $5 billion?
A guide for the perplexed.
You can legally download 3D-printed gun designs next month
The battle between Defense Distributed and the State Department is over.
Twitter puts verification fixes on hold as elections loom
It wants to curb fake news before it hands out more blue checkmarks.
Voting machine maker sold states systems with remote-access tools
That was not at all a terrible idea.
Egypt will subject popular social accounts to anti-fake news laws
They'll be regulated as traditional media.
Facebook can’t decide when a page should be banned
Unlike YouTube, there's no three strikes and you're out.
EU agrees to data deal with Japan as US pact hangs in the balance
The EU and Japan want to shape global standards for data protection.
Republican congressman introduces bill to make net neutrality law
The 21st Century Internet Act would take the decision out of the FCC's hands.