Who needs bombs and guns?
“Last time they did this, we assembled the Minutemen.”
“There's so many more vectors that are easier, less risky and quite often more productive than going down that route.”
Canada's secretive spy agency is left crossing its fingers.
Metadata can be scraped from your messages even when you use PGP encryption.
Turns out that being a well-known whistleblower has some unexpected drawbacks.
The NSA made a coloring book to recruit kids but won't tell us anything more about it for several years.
William Binney says bulk data collection makes it harder for intelligence analysts to do their job effectively.
A "Cyber Alert" was sent out to a load of government contractors, warning them about the Juniper backdoor.
I sat down with Max Schrems before his talk at 32c3.