US launches Code.gov open-source repository
Seeks contributors, too.
Major security gaffe.
Defending the Constitution, company says.
Vows to fight the FBI over iOS back-door.
Yes, president. Of the US. No, really.
Plans another appeal against foreign searches.
Foreign-held data not safe from US courts.
Sets out its argument against Microsoft.
Possible governmental pressure at play.
Security agency missed that one, it seems.
CFAA gets new teeth in landmark case.
Crackers need not apply.
The US Federal Trade Commission has sued Intel, claiming the company has illegally used its dominant market position to stifle competition.
The US government wants Google to hand over data revealing what users are searching for, allegedly to be used as part of its fight against child pornography. Larry and Sergei said no way. Don't be evil.