The systems in place did not move critical data where it was needed, in the formats in which it was needed, in time for it to be useful.
In its new transparency report, the company offers a peek into what it takes to get it to erase search results irksome to users.
It does. But it’s unlike the one the rest of the world knows. Here’s how.
The Los Angeles-based non-profit that acts as something of the air traffic-controller of the global Internet has announced that it was the victim of a hacking attack last month.
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Digital politicos say that they “try not to be too creepy,” but the rewards for tapping our personal information are simply too great to ignore.
Connectivity has helped define the conflict between the United States and Cuba throughout the Obama presidency.
The figure so casually tossed around in the open Internet debate is now the subject of a fierce back and forth.
The movement to draft the Massachusetts Democrat to run for president has an online-savvy master plan. What it doesn’t have is a candidate.
A new U.S.-Cuba plan is poised to increased the access citizens of that island country have to the global network of networks.