By late summer, Google user interest in news stories about Edward Snowden and the National Security Agency fell below pre-scandal interest levels, according to a Daily Caller analysis of Google Trends.
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Agents from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) are using Google Maps as part of their tool kit to audit taxpayers and organizations, The Daily Caller has learned.
Things certainly just got much more awkward for the National Security Agency.
The future is here, and it is weird. Not only are we surrounded by cameras and sensors that turn the world into a 24/7 reality show, but now humans can have sex with each other and with robots over the Internet.
The Internet put its faith in a team of "highly trained monkeys" to fix YouTube when users were unable to access the site's content late Monday afternoon.
The Supreme Court rejected a challenge launched by privacy advocates against the National Security Agency's phone spying program, The New York Times reports.
The Central Intelligence Agency is collecting bulk records on international financial transactions under the same law empowering the National Security Agency to bulk collect the phone and Internet records of Americans, The New York Times reports.
A rudimentary hacker tool designed to crash HealthCare.gov was distributed through various online channels, including Facebook.
A federal court ruled on Tuesday that the Department of Homeland Security has 30 days to disclose its plans for an "Internet kill switch," The Washington Free Beacon reports.
The agency in charge of the Healthcare.gov debacle announced on Tuesday that it has rolled out yet another healthcare-related website.
Fewer than 50,000 people successfully enrolled in a private health insurance plan through Healthcare.gov since Oct. 1, according to The Wall Street Journal.
The project manager overseeing HealthCare.gov was unaware of an internal government memo warning of a "limitless" cybersecurity risk to the site, according to a CBS News report.
The infamous computer virus, Stuxnet, has found its way onto the International Space Station, thanks to unwitting Russian cosmonauts.
The National Security Agency's mass surveillance scandal could endanger the intellectual property rights of U.S. businesses abroad, a former Bush Administration cabinet official told a Washington audience Friday.
It turns out that the sky really is sort of falling.
The mother of imprisoned writer and activist Barrett Brown was placed on probation for her role in hiding her son's laptops from the FBI.
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) announced on Thursday that the states and local agencies overseeing its six drone test sites must publish and allow the public to comment on their privacy policies.
Popular microblogging platform Twitter ended its first day on the New York Stock Exchange Thursday energized by optimistic investors looking to get in on a piece of the action.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's lobby group FWD.us showcased on Tuesday the illegal immigrants who will be participating in the organization's pro-amnesty hackathon later in the month.