WikiLeaks leaked documents that tell new stories of still-detained and already released Guantanamo Bay detainees, providing details of life at the prison. Andy Lehren helped break the story for The New York Times and explains what was in the documents.
The New York Times obtained a trove of more than 700 classified documents holding new information about the prisoners being held at Guantanamo Bay. Scott Shane, reporter for The New York Times helps analyze the documents.
Two computer programmers presented findings showing that your iPhone and iPad are recording your locations in a hidden file. Marc Rotenberg of the Electronic Privacy Information Center explains why this is a breach of privacy.
As a part of Hillary Clinton's push to expand Internet freedoms across the globe, the U.S. State Department is developing an app which will allow international activists to hit a "panic button," wiping out their cell phone's sensitive information.
Lawmakers affiliated with the Tea Party joined with Democrats to block the passage of an extension of the U.S.A. Patriot Act. Todd Zwillich reports. Louise Story weighs in on legislation to fight regulations.
In official China, Mandarin is favored over all other dialects. That has had a knock-on effect here in the US, where Cantonese used to be the dominant Chinese language. Reporter Nina Porzucki reports from New York on how Cantonese is faring.
Social networking sites make is easy to share our lives online. But, too much sharing can be disastrous. Numerous projects are underway to give people the ability to remove the offending material. The World's Technology Correspondent Clark Boyd reports.
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