China imposed restrictions on young gamers, restricting the hours, time, and money spent. Should it be the government’s role to decide when young gamers play?
Two U.S. government agencies are using state driver’s license photos from the DMV in facial-recognition searches without permission or knowledge of the subects.
DHS issued a warning that their foreign adversaries had an interest in exploiting VPN services, meaning they could be spying on you through your VPN.
The Five, Nine, and Fourteen Eyes refers to sets of international intelligence alliances who compose agreements that govern data collection and sharing between governments.
In the continuing battle between government and tech companies, the intelligence community, naming themselves “Five Eyes,” wants to forge an agreement to ensure there is access to “lawfully obtained data.”.
A proposal has been made for the U.S. to regulate Google. Should governments be in the business of regulating search engines?
Google will let businesses using G Suite know if their users are being targeted with a government-backed attack.
With Apple now including the Face ID technology in the new iPhone X, it’s placing facial recognition in the forefront again. Do you trust Face ID technology for your devices?
There was recently a standoff between the U.S. government and Twitter. Should governments be allowed to force social media to divulge personal info on accounts?
Governments are notorious for their inability to catch up to the latest advancements in technology. Here are four outdated systems in the IT infrastructures that are still around.