Activists believe the FBI is currently collecting biometric data of at least 640 million adults in the United States.
US judge orders State Department to produce Ukraine documents linked to Donald Trump, says records are of 'obvious' public interest
A judge ordered the State Department to begin producing within 30 days documents related to the Trump administration's dealings with Ukraine, saying the records were of obvious public interest.
Walmart told US in January India's new investment rules for e-commerce were regressive, says Reuters report
Walmart told the US government privately in January that India’s new investment rules for e-commerce were regressive and had the potential to hurt trade ties a company document seen by Reuters showed
The new findings underline the level of concern at Walmart about India's new e-commerce rules.
Donald Trump back to doubting Russian election interference following week of walk-backs, calls the idea 'big hoax'
Capping a week of drama, backtracking, a double negative and blistering statements from allies about his attitude toward Russian election interference, President Donald Trump was back to referring to "a big hoax."
Britain's Houses of Parliament sees an average of 160 attempts per day to visit porn websites: Report
The data, released after a freedom of information (FoI) request, shows a spike in September in the number of attempts to visit pornographic websites.
The court, in its final ruling on Sunday, said the FBI would not be forced to reveal details of a hacking tool used to break into a terrorist's iPhone.
US FTC send letters to Instagram elite demanding information on their undisclosed, paid endorsements
Instagram, which is owned by Facebook Inc, has seen a sharp increase in recent years in promotions of products and services by famous people.
Ajit Pai, earlier this year, had announced that he would be removing the net neutrality act which is supposed to ensure free internet to all.
The Associated Press and two other news organisations sued the FBI on Friday to learn who the government paid and how much it spent to hack into an iPhone in its investigation into last year's San Bernardino, California, massacre.
The FBI plans to hand over some of its notes from its interview with U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton regarding her use of private email while secretary of state to news outlets that requested them, CNN reported on Tuesday.
A US federal judge has ordered Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton to answer written questions from a watchdog group about her use of a private email server when she served as secretary of state
The State Department on Friday released a part of emails by former secretary of state Hillary Clinton, now a Democratic presidential aspirant, related to a 2012 terrorist attack on the US consulate in Libya's Benghazi.
Three U.S. Federal Trade Commission members said on Wednesday they regretted the inadvertent release of part of an agency report about its probe of Google as the company continues to face antitrust scrutiny from European authorities.