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Members of Congress who voted for CISPA had their personal information posted online.
Glenn 'Kane' Jacobs says the tax is "anything but fair."
The only question is whether taxes already on the books should apply to all purchases equally.
The sweeping cybersecurity bill faces veto threat from White House.
Rep. Mike McCaul said "in the case of Boston they were real bombs. In this case they're digital bombs."
A new tool operates with the idea that Wikipedia can monitor breaking news trends.
Texting or 'friending' patients on Facebook frowned upon in new professional guidelines
Study in U.S. and Australia found more online inquiries in winter than summer
Publishers are meeting short-term goals with digital subscriptions for community newspapers.
Online coupons allow you to save without leaving your home computer—and eliminate the time required to clip and redeem traditional coupon offers.