The intelligence community's research arm, Iarpa, wants to predict the future of, well, everything. Check out details on the far-out "Open Source Indicator Program." Darpa is currently running a similar program in Afghanistan.
Amidst the Lulzec and Anonymous hacking episodes, the Office of the Inspector General has found some pretty gaping holes in the cyber security at DHS.
The Technology Liberation Front wrote a good breakdown of Ed Markey and Joe Barton's "Do Not Track" bill.
The Indian government has asked Skype and Google to cooperate with its surveillance plans. No word yet from the companies.
Apple releases its new Safari version, chock full of privacy enhancements.
Texas will get another drone to police the US-Mexico border. This drone, the Predator, is weaponized.
The Northern Ohio Fusion Center has set up a hotline for people to call in with tips about...teenagers planning flash mobs. Not joking.
Telecommunications and surveillance giant Verint is acquiring a data-analytics firm called Vovici.
A judge has decided that it's not such a big deal if a company renting out laptops secretly spies on users who rented the machines.