Trackers went "crazy" over the weekend, says OCEARCH, a marine conservation nonprofit, as great white sharks migrated from Canada to the Gulf of Mexico for the winter.
A note explaining the need for the new bill read: "Information shared by soldiers on the internet or mass media is used...in certain cases to form a biased assessment of Russia's state policy."
A group opposing the legalization of marijuana across the U.S.—out of fear it will become "the next Big Tobacco"—unveiled an online tool to track industry donations to federal politicians.
Facebook scoops up users' data as they navigate across the internet, but its far from the only one.
Does Facebook collect too much data from its users?
For some, the time-honored Christmas tradition is a welcome distraction from the incoming administration.
Some webpages may load faster on Firefox's private browsing mode.
Despite Holder's recent announcement, documents show information from DEA database can be used in majority of seizures.
New York Times investigation reveals a growing and unchecked Postal Service surveillance program