- SC Medicaid pays $50,000 to monitor social media Updated: Apr-13-14 1:28 pm
- Heartbleed bug causes major security headache Updated: Apr-09-14 7:13 pm
- 'Cuban Twitter' a new hurdle for bloggers, exiles Updated: Apr-05-14 3:58 pm
- Cuban blogger Sanchez talks new digital media Updated: Apr-01-14 4:38 pm
- Experts say NSA rules leave privacy vulnerable Updated: Mar-26-14 3:30 pm
- Federal judge: Women should tone down dress Updated: Mar-26-14 2:38 pm
CHARLESTON, South Carolina - South Carolina's Medicaid agency is paying an institute at Clemson University $50,000 to monitor Facebook, Twitter, bloggers and other social media.
SAN FRANCISCO - A confounding computer bug called "Heartbleed" is causing major security headaches across the Internet as websites scramble to fix the problem and Web surfers wonder whether they should change their passwords to prevent theft of their email accounts, credit card numbers and other sensitive information.
MIAMI - The revelation that a U.S. government-funded program set up a cellphone-based social network in Cuba is likely to pose new challenges for independent bloggers and exile groups that work to increase access to technology.
MIAMI - Cuban blogger Yoani Sanchez said Tuesday that she hopes to launch her new independent media project in the next month.
STANFORD, California - Cyber security experts are questioning whether President Barack Obama can make good on his assurance that U.S. intelligence agencies aren't spying on "ordinary folks."
OMAHA, Nebraska - A federal judge in Nebraska who has stirred up a hornet's nest for suggesting that young women attorneys need to dress more conservatively in court has the support of one woman who holds his judicial career in her hands: Chief U.S. District Judge Laurie Smith Camp.