"Google has made statements that are no longer true" about requiring encryption on phones that run Android.
China wants tech companies to help it bypass encryption. But that’s not okay with the US, which wants the same thing.
White House requires status report on drones and civil liberties within six months.
Former Secretary of Homeland Security Michael Chertoff is at odds with the intelligence community on encryption.
The NSA has finally asked for a backdoor to decrypt consumers' protected data.
The agency wants to indict the Sony hackers like it does other state-sanctioned cyber criminals.
The NSA has access to communications on nearly every cell phone on Earth and on many hard drives. And yet, law enforcement is asking for more backdoors.
FBI use of Stingrays is an open secret, but the agency's director has finally spoken about it on the record.
Six months ago, the FBI refused to release its plans to tackle privacy risks posed by drone surveillance. Now the agency claims it can’t track them down at all.
The upcoming security summit in DC will be used to talk about new and interesting ways to build backdoors to crack encryption.