Every day, to protect their anonymity online, hundreds of thousands of people use the Tor network, a collection of servers run mostly by volunteers.
New Legislation in the state of Illinois has parents worried about leaving their teenagers home alone.
It's official: John Deere and General Motors want to eviscerate the notion of ownership. Sure, we pay for their vehicles. But we don't own them. Not according to their corporate lawyers, anyway.
If the House Judiciary Committee keeps to its current schedule, on Thursday it will meet to consider the third version of the USA Freedom Act in the last two years.
The news of the arrest of two government agents, Carl M. Force and Shaun W. Bridges, involved in the Silk Road case, signals just how corrupt the Silk Road investigation was.
Since November 11, 2011, with the introduction of the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act, American spy agencies have been pushing laws to encourage corporations to share more customer information.
Can you refuse service to gays and lesbians? You can in Indiana thanks to the "Religious Freedom" Bill.
On Friday February 13 at 4:00 pm, the Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms released a proposal to ban commonly used M855 "green tip" AR-15 ammunition under the guise of law enforcement safety.
And why are liberals endorsing this huge threat to online freedom?
Republican senators Mike Lee, Ben Sasse, and Rand Paul have all been high profile opponents of the Obama administrations current plan to regulate the internet -- in particular, Lee has called the regulation a government "takeover" of the internet ...
White House, lawmakers exploit crisis to push for draconian data powers
Bill Signs Off on Seizing Americans' Private Communications
To prohibit the purchase, ownership, or possession of enhanced body armor by civilians, with exceptions.
From importation and labeling to acceptance and cultivation, leading to increased contamination and subsequent threshold increases. That is the way it is being played out in the UK.
A federal judge in California will review evidence this week as part of a defence motion to declare the government's 40 year-old war on marijuana unconstitutional.
It was known as Directive 10-289, and it was the government's last-ditch, desperate effort to control the collapsing economy.
The Electronic Frontier Foundation is calling on all activists and privacy advocates to join in a fight against the Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act (CISA).
Almost everyone likes model airplanes. Kids and adults have been building model flying machines for centuries.
This week the California legislature passed a bill that requires all smartphones to include a "kill switch" that can remotely render the device inoperable.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has authorized a new law that forces Internet companies conducting business in the country's borders to store Russian citizens' data there, further tightening the government's grip on Russians' online activity.
Framework Includes Consumer Protection, Anti-Money Laundering, and Cyber Security Rules for Virtual Currency Businesses...Proposed Regulations Submitted for a 45-Day Notice and Comment Period to Solicit Public Feedback
Government using charges against Ross Ulbricht as trojan horse to pass chilling laws that would make website owners criminally responsible for users' actions
A draconian gun control bill set to be voted on by the California legislature would allow police to confiscate a person's firearms solely on the basis of an accusation made against the gun owner by a family member or a health professional.
They want to give the IRS more power to investigate you.
The Senate Intelligence Committee recently introduced the Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act of 2014. It's the fourth time in four years that Congress has tried to pass "cybersecurity" legislation.
In the wake of a Bundy Ranch crisis sparked by a militarized federal land-grab effort in Nevada, it seems that the Department of Interior has set its sights on a new prize - this time targeting once protected Indian reservation land on Pine Ridge in
A fear of voting has gripped Democratic leaders in the Senate, slowing the chamber's modest productivity this election season to a near halt.
Congress is about to mess with D.C.'s new marijuana bill.
Google is a Washington powerhouse that shapes federal law, rewards congressional allies and boasts a new 54,000-square-foot office, just down the road from the U.S. Capitol.