If a highly visible member of the tech press can't get a social account fixed, users are screwed. Maybe these communications giants could benefit from some government regulation.
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If cell phones existed back in the Founding Fathers' time, they would have been included in the Second Amendment
Our personal communications technologies are as integral to our modern life as a sidearm was in Washington's day.
Let this be a warning to other foreign agents who want to cause harm to the U.S. Don't.
As an American, I truly hate it when we become our own worst enemy.
The wife of an active-duty soldier learned of his death, not through the military's very carefully thought-out death-notification procedure, but over Facebook.
Thanks, Facebook. You just [expletive deleted] us up the [expletive deleted]. [Expletive deleted] you!
Was the Pakistani Twitter shutdown just about squelching free speech over an art contest, or was there potentially something more?
I call on our Congress to do something useful for a change. Pass a law making it illegal to demand access to any personal login credentials for any online account.
We're all learning how Google+ works, and that apparently includes T. J. Hooker himself, William Shatner.
Back in 2001, we collectively said, "We will never forget." We haven't. This is the first of our series on the tenth anniversary of the events of September 11, 2001.