Security researchers who took part in the recent Pwn2Own hacking contest walked away with more than $500,000 in award money after finding vulnerabilities in every major Internet browser.
The government of France pressed a surveillance bill that would give French intelligence services legal backing to vacuum up metadata in hopes of preventing an imminent terror attack.
A former employee of Facebook has filed a discrimination lawsuit against the social media giant, alleging that the company treated her differently because of her gender and race.
Sen. John Thune blasted all five members of the FCC appearing before the Senate Commerce Committee he chairs, calling the FCC a "potentially threatening and unpredictable agency."
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