The hackers who built a new, improved, Mirai botnet strike again, knocking thousands of British internet users offline—by mistake.
On Tuesday, the UK passed its controversial new surveillance law, the Investigatory Powers Act, according to the Home Office.
Stay Secure Online is geared towards law enforcement members and their families, but journalists, activists and plenty of other people can probably learn from it.
One document has redacted the section on IMSI catchers, which are used to track mobile phones, and the Metropolitan Police has removed a file on public expenditure all together.
World leaders try and remain steadfast on Paris Climate Deal a Trump administration threatens to pull out.
A 14-year-old British teen has been cryogenically frozen in the U.S. after dying from a rare form of cancer.
Documents obtained by Motherboard show the City of London Police shares its surveillance technology with a UK competition authority.
Because in a fight with a truck, you’re gonna lose.
Employment Tribunal decides drivers are not "self-employed."
The Investigatory Powers Tribunal highlighted the intense secrecy and lack of oversight around the UK’s use of bulk powers in a court judgement.