Google wants its users to think it's looking out for their privacy: Tuesday, it petitioned the special FISA court to allow it to disclose NSA requests for user information separately from routine law-enforcement requests. But as the Internet Read More →
"The surprise is that [Latin] nerds are in all walks of life — cab drivers from South Africa, homemakers, journalists."
— Monsignor Daniel Gallagher, one of six language experts in the Vatican's Latin Office, on the unexpected popularity of Read More →
Hewlett-Packard has made a huge move: Todd Bradley, head of the Palo Alto tech giant's Printing and Personal Systems group, is being reassigned to a strategic role that includes "enhancing" HP's business in China and keeping an eye Read More →
Another day, another U.S. government surveillance roundup:
• Yahoo became the latest tech company to disclose the number of law-enforcement requests it has received in the past several months. Its magic numbers: 12,000 to 13,000 between December and May. Read More →
"I really only want to meet with entrepreneurs under 25. I mean, if you're 30, what are you doing at South by [Southwest]?"
— Alex Banayan, 20, the subject of a profile in the July issue of Fortune that Read More →