Josh Peterson ARTICLES
Tech problems, low participation plague Obama's Obamacare conference call
Numerous users complained in the broadcast's online chat about the audio quality and the broadcast connection
Google: The government has been rifling through Internet data A LOT more lately
A 203 percent increase between 2009 and 2013
Visit the WWII Memorial with your smart phone
Users looking for an interactive way to experience the World War II Memorial can now do so from their smart phone
David Cameron's latest threat against the free press
It's not the first time
Facebook cooperating with Chicago police to block posting of criminal content
Big Mark is watching you
Feds unveil preliminary cyber standards for US companies
But the slow bureaucratic machinery of Washington could endanger companies combating fast-acting threats
Russian surveillance for 2014 Olympics would monitor phone and Internet usage
Travelers heading to watch the 2014 Olympics in Sochi, Russia can expect to be watched closely
Government plans to put sea monsters in ocean. Really
The Hydra could be deployed from aircraft, ships, or submarines.
Report: Snowden impersonated NSA officials to access some files
Looks like he was pretty sneaky
Snowden reveals the US intelligence 'black budget'
Critics of the budget's secrecy, however, have argued that the public should be able to scrutinize the community's spending.
Who is the Syrian Electronic Army?
Hackivists launch attack spree against Western media
Rep. King: Obama NSA 'reforms' a 'monumental failure'
King contrasts Obama with WWII leaders FDR and Winston Churchill
Former NSA chief issues dire attack warning if Snowden extradicted
Hayden's warnings are not unfounded
NSA's definition of the U.S. 'Homeland' contains a whole lot of other places
It turns out that the National Security Agency considers Canada, Greenland, Mexico and parts of Central America as part of the U.S. 'Homeland.'
Greenwald invited to appear before Brazilian Senate committee
Guardian journalist invited to testify on his reporting about the NSA's clandestine surveillance in Latin America
Obama jams rush hour DC traffic for DNC fundraiser
Prez turns DC into a 'parking lot' for cash
Russia uses Snowden leaks to justify internet crackdown
Officials now calling for limitations on placing Russian data on foreign servers
Report: NSA Internet spying program collected half-a-trillion records in 2012
Five-year program processed massive amounts of Americans' data
FBI admits to using drones for domestic surveillance
First time the bureau has admitted to using the technology to gather intelligence
NSA, FBI secretly mines data from major Internet companies
The NSA and the FBI are mining the user data of nine major Internet companies, an expose by The Washington Post revealed Thursday evening.
Axelrod goes silent after Boston Marathon suspects ID'd as Muslim
Reliable producer of gaffes shows again why he's more effective outside the Obama administration
FCC chairman announces resignation, leaving mixed legacy
'The next FCC chairman should be someone who can focus on clearing regulatory deadwood'
Project aims to help humans communicate with animals -- and aliens
'Interspecies Internet' received seed funding in February, backing from Peter Gabriel
FCC to investigate ban on unlocking cellphones
'Consumers ... should not face financial burdens when trying to change providers'
Anonymous defaces government website in honor of Aaron Swartz
The hacktivist group threatened to publicly release secret documents
Jill Kelley calls on Congress for stronger electronic privacy protections
Woman embroiled in Petraeus scandal speaks out
Mars group looking for people who want to leave Earth and never come back
Likely death trap definitely a very cool experience
Apple rumored to be readying launch of low-cost iPhone for China
Phone would be aimed at China and emerging markets
Netflix experiences Christmas Eve outage
A problem with Amazon AWS' servers in Northern Virginia caused Netflix's servers to be shut down
Senate passes Facebook-Netflix sharing bill, removes provision on warrantless email searches
Facebook and Netflix already have arrangements that allow for users in other countries to share their viewing history