U.S. aviation regulators will continue to restrict domestic drone flights for several years, according to plans for how they will eventually unleash an industry that may reach $89 billion in the next decade.
The head of the U.S. National Security Agency is preparing to deal with new constraints on spying methods at home and abroad while warning they may make the nation more vulnerable to terrorist attacks.
Booz Allen Hamilton Holding Corp.’s vice chairman said former employee Edward Snowden provided a “playbook” to enemies and did a “great disservice” to the U.S. by leaking top-secret documents about electronic surveillance.
Apple Inc.’s use of fingerprint scanning in its new iPhone models could lead more device makers to adopt the authentication method as a successor to passwords - - and that’s fine with privacy advocates.
Disclosures that the U.S. National Security Agency can crack codes protecting the online traffic of the world’s largest Internet companies will inflict more damage than earlier reports of complicity in government spying, according to technology and intelligence specialists.