The company launched a new feature to let anyone message anyone else on Slack, without mechanisms for users to block unwanted or harassing messages.
On Thursday, Wickr announced that paying, and soon free, users will be able to route their Wickr traffic through a network used to circumvent internet censorship, which could be useful for users in Iran, Russia, or perhaps China.
A Manhattan federal judge is encouraging a settlement to a First Amendment lawsuit over President Trump's Twitter behavior.
Digital rights groups worry that website blocking could cover more than illegal piracy.
You don't need to use a third-party app for it to work.
A federal judge recently decided that blocking constituents violates their right to free speech.
Netsweeper may be building a 'Great Firewall' in Bahrain.
Experts say related tweets aren't showing up in users' timelines, but the company isn't saying anything.
Final text of the trade deal says ISPs may block filesharing sites, experts say.
Film essayist Tony Zhou launches his exploration into cinematic kinematics, 'Akira Kurosawa - Composing Movement.'
Film essayist Tony Zhou breaks down the killer choreography of Akira Kurosawa's 'The Bad Sleep Well.'
This week, we take a look at the real-life research that's being done today to make the scenarios we see in the second half of Black Mirror a reality.