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The Secret Service paid a private company for access to location data generated by common smartphone apps, Motherboard reports. Internal documents obtained through a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request show that the agency spent $35,844 for a o...

The US' data-protection regime is often regarded as lagging behind Europe, especially in an increasingly-digital world. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand has a plan to fix that, and has issued a call to create a domestic privacy regulator that would cl...

Agency is the sequel to William Gibson's tour-de-force 2014 novel "The Peripheral"; as previously discussed, Gibson had to scrap large sections of the novel and rewrite it after Donald Trump won the 2016 US presidential election. Agency is out later...

I first met Bill Gibson in 1999 when I was profiling him for the Globe and Mail as part of a review of his book "All Tomorrow's Parties." Since then, we've become friends and colleagues, and I genuinely treasure every chance I get to sit down with hi...

According to a Reuters report, hackers working for Western intelligence agencies reportedly broke into Yandex, the company often referred to as "Russia's Google." The hackers were allegedly looking for technical information that would in...

Assessing an influencer marketing agency isn’t so different from doing due diligence on any other potential partner your brand might hire. The post What to Consider When Choosing an Influencer Marketing Agency appeared first on ReadWrite.

One key question that many businesses face is deciding whether to hire an agency or freelance talent to take on the task of building their software project. The truth of the matter is that the answer isn’t so cut and dry. The “right” choice, in...