After months of relative silence, tech giants have joined security experts and said no to backdoors.
Cops don't need a warrant to get your cellphone location, court rules in "disappointing" decision.
A 3D printing company is trying to deny legal protection to hobbyists.
An update of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act could criminalize some types of computer research, but the government is telling academics not to worry.
The Electronic Frontier Foundation hopes its new privacy framework will be a strong sales pitch for industry and startups alike.
ComputerCOP has barely been updated in a decade and makes its users' data unsafe, yet hundreds of police departments are giving it to unsuspecting parents.
Greenpeace and the Electronic Frontier Foundation set out to return the favor on the National Security Agency.
That's one way to get people's attention.
A group of 22 civil liberties groups just vehemently opposed CISA.
The government's peculiar argument for deleting evidence of domestic surveillance: not deleting it could be a technological disaster.