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The coordinator organized the defense of government computer networks and critical infrastructure.
Homecoming videos, GoFundMe campaigns, “This Is Us” tweets — the internet wants not just your eyeballs, but your tears.
Inspired by Silicon Valley’s hyper-growth, companies elsewhere are burning cash in hopes of being the next big thing.
The rare victory for Democrats is sure to be short-lived in Congress, but they plan to use the issue to get young voters engaged in midterm elections.
Google collects far more information about us than Facebook. But the Google data that our tech columnist downloaded on himself contained fewer surprises and was more easily deleted.
Mr. Zuckerberg’s planned visit to Brussels, following the C.E.O.’s testimony before Congress last month, highlights global concern over data privacy.
Didi Chuxing said it would overhaul its app, as well as safety and security practices, after the death of a passenger focused attention on the company.
The long-running historical video game franchise has debuted an educational mode for its latest release, set in Ptolemaic Egypt.
The grocer will give large discounts for some products, and 10 percent off hundreds of sale items in stores.
Jack Ewing, who covers autos and economics for The Times, says a “Jetsons”-like future is still far off, even as cars become even more computerized.
In iOS 11, you can make a video of what’s happening directly on your phone at the moment — without having to install an extra app.
With Europe’s sweeping new data privacy law, Ireland is in the middle of a standoff between regulators and tech companies.
After the release of C.I.A. hacking tools last year, The Times has learned the suspect’s identity. He’s been charged, but in a separate child pornography case.
Federal prosecutors have sought to question former employees of the now-defunct political data firm and banks that handled its business.
The company said it had taken down 865.8 million posts in the first quarter of 2018, the vast majority of them spam, and 583 million fake accounts. There were limited specifics on what was pulled.
Companies that offer free mail accounts typically do so in exchange for the use of your personal data, but you can find providers offering secure, private services.
The ride-hailing company will also eliminate a requirement that people who settle these claims sign a nondisclosure agreement.
The shift by the American president could ease tensions ahead of a visit to Washington by Liu He, a vice premier in the Beijing government.
After Amazon’s bold threat to curtail development in its hometown, the Seattle City Council approved a smaller tax than originally envisioned. Amazon says it’s still “apprehensive” about the future.
Unlike Facebook and Instagram, WhatsApp has received little attention for its influence on voters. But in one Indian state, the messaging service became a prime election tool.