Citrix Synergy: Condoleezza Rice philosophises on tech neutrality
The former US secretary of state shares insights on the influence of technology on lives on a day-to-day basis.
Appeals court upholds gag on FBI data surveillance
A US federal appeals court upholds non-disclosure rules allowing the FBI to secretly issue surveillance orders for customer data.
YouTube, Facebook quietly move toward automatic blocking of extremist videos
Some of the Web's biggest destinations for watching videos have started using automation technology to remove extremist videos from their sites.
MS lawsuit relies on speech, privacy rights
Microsoft's lawsuit challenges indefinite government secrecy orders as a violation of the company's First Amendment free speech rights.
Becoming a futurist for your organisation
Anyone can become a flag watcher and aid their organisation in identifying crippling risks.
Twitter plays greater campaign finance role
Twitter ups its role in the 2016 US presidential race by enabling campaigns to gather online donations via tweets.
Binney: the NSA is destroying democracy
The US agency is destroying democracy because it is collecting data on everyone in the world, says its former analyst, William Binney.
Whistle-blower to keynote ITWeb Security Summit
Former director of the National Security Agency, Bill Binney, will speak at the summit in Johannesburg next month.
US programme targets overseas hackers
The sanctions plan aims to reduce cyber threats to US national security and economic stability.
Houston Airport System delivers free WiFi
Two airports are delivering fast, reliable Gigabit?WiFi services to more than 50 million?passengers with Aruba Networks infrastructure.
US govt reviews online privacy protection
The White House treads carefully on online privacy protection to avoid antagonising major tech companies and international allies.