HAMDEN, Conn. -- American voters say Edward Snowden is a whistle-blower, not a traitor, and a majority says government anti-terrorism efforts have gone too far in restricting civil liberties, said a poll released from Quinnipiac University.
TAMPA BAY, Fla. -- Americans are deeply divided by the revelations that government security officials are spying on basic communications between Internet users, two prominent surveys revealed.
The internet empowers each one of us to speak, create, learn and share. Today, more than two billion people are online — about a third of the planet.
NEW YORK -- Eleven years after the horrific attack on the World Trade Center, an event that changed the fabric of the United States forever, the debate about the event has not ended but it has changed.
First, Sept. 11 was hijacked by a band of terrorists who crashed airliners into the World Trade Center at the financial heart of the nation, the Pentagon and a field in rural Pennsylvania.
I hope society is not judged by Cho Seung-Hui, the man who killed more than 30 people at Virginia Tech.
There is a serious threat to Internet freedom, and you are urged to take part in an action Monday, Dec. 3.
The threat is not about the latest Facebook privacy vote, or some bogus virus message.
NEW YORK — Ten years later, the void left by an attack on the World Trade Center wraps around the silent, empty space in Manhattan left by the twin towers.
Tom Rutten over at the LA Times has described the new media and it's pack mentality to a fault. Of course he was describing the latest Anna Nicole Smith escapade.