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Apr 15, 2014 - 05:15 PM EDT — AAPL: 517.9599 (-3.7201, -0.71%) | NASDAQ: 4034.161 (+11.467, +0.29%)

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  1. Celebrity iPad hacker wants indictment tossed after prison release

    Andrew Auernheimer, known online as ‘weev,’ partied with journalists…

  2. U.S. federal appeals court throws out celebrity iPad hacker’s conviction

    A federal appeals court on Friday unanimously threw out the conviction…

  3. As U.S. government discusses expanding digital searches, ACLU sounds caution

    Late last month, we reported on new federal efforts to gain an expanded ability…

  4. Why Apple’s dream TV keeps falling apart

    Three years after Steve Jobs said he had ‘finally cracked’ it…

  5. Obama to meet again with tech CEOs about NSA spying

    Top executives from Facebook, Google and other tech giants will…

  6. Apple co-founder Woz and Web inventor Tim Berners-Lee voice support for Edward Snowden’s whistleblowing

    Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak and World Wide Web inventor Sir Tim Berners-Lee…

  7. US NSA used Facebook to hack into computers

    The National Security Agency is breaking into…

  8. Rand Paul: ‘What you do on your cellphone is none of their damned business!’

    Paul put his concerns about the NSA on front pages with a class-action lawsuit…

  9. Orwellian: UK government, with aid from US NSA, intercepted webcam images from millions of users

    Britain’s surveillance agency GCHQ, with aid from the US National Security Agency…

  10. FCC plans to issue new so-called ‘net neutrality’ rules

    The Federal Communications Commission said Wednesday it will write new rules…

  11. Twitter threatens to sue Obama administration over government surveillance requests

    Twitter says it is prepared to sue the Obama administration…

  12. AT&T has invented a way to charge you twice for the same Internet

    Stop! Before you download that data, make sure it’s ‘permissible’…

  13. AT&T goes on the offensive with cheaper family plans

    AT&T is showing it can get aggressive with pricing too…

  14. Edward Snowden nominated for Nobel Peace Prize

    A Norwegian member of parliament nominated former U.S. National Security Agency…

  15. U.S gov’t reaches deal with Google, Microsoft, Yahoo, Facebook, LinkedIn to allow data disclosures on national security orders

    The Justice Department on Monday reached agreements with…

  16. U.S. NSA watching, tracking phone users with Google Maps

    The National Security Agency and its UK counterpart GCHQ have been…

  17. Apple issues update on U.S. NSA and law enforcement orders

    Apple Inc. has released the following statement…

  18. Apple’s Tim Cook on U.S government surveillance: ‘There is no back door, the government doesn’t have access to our servers’

    Cook touches on his concerns regarding the NSA and their deeply controversial PRISM surveillance program…

  19. Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer calls on Obama administration to provide greater U.S. NSA transparency

    Marissa Mayer, Yahoo Inc.’s chief executive…

  20. Obama’s NSA proposals fall far short of real change

    The White House’s tepid plan aims to calm the public, not curtail U.S. government surveillance programs…

  21. U.S. NSA devises radio pathway into computers to conduct surveillance, launch cyberattacks

    The National Security Agency has implanted software in nearly 100,000 computers…

  22. Verizon Wireless vs. AT&T Mobility: Who has the superior wireless network?

    The wireless wars are heating up…

  23. U.S. federal court strikes down FCC’s so-called ‘net-neutrality’ regulations

    A federal appeals court in Washington on Tuesday struck down…

  24. T-Mobile to pay off all early termination fees when you switch from AT&T, Sprint or Verizon

    The total value of the offer to switch to T-Mobile could be as high as $650 per line…