Facebook is arguing before the New York Court of Appeals that it should be able to challenge warrants for users' account and profile information before being compelled to simply comply. The outcome of this case will impact the way digital privacy rights are understood by the courts.

The Fed-fueled junk bond market bubble supporting the energy sector is bursting.

Arguments have begun in a class action suit that claims Apple violated antitrust laws. What impact will ithis case have on the future of consumers' digital rights?

Sony Pictures was the victim of a sophisticated cyber-attack late last month which crippled many of its computer systems. The company was quick to blame North Korea, saying the massive security breach was a retaliation for the upcoming comedy The Interview.

With Senator James Inhofe (R-Okla.) in line to chair the Environment and Public Works (EPW) Committee, the enviro-extremist and global warming alarmist choirs are going into apoplectic overdrive.