A lesson in the dangers of cyber weapons—which, like so many modern tools, are the dangers of unintended consequences, and the dangers of going too far.
Reddit has officially freaked out over a site that automatically directs your browser to search terms pedophiles and would-be terrorists might use.
By relying on macros to help process sensitive surveillance risk assessments, NSA opened itself up to hacking.
According to Richard Ledgett, the NSA's deputy director, the NSA didn't have the capability to break into the phone.
The signals intelligence agency says its first tweet is "a big step for the organisation."
New Oxford study shows evidence of post-Snowden “chilling effects” in what people read on Wikipedia.
Edward Snowden’s historical leak is about to get the Hollywood treatment.
A look back at an encryption fight that could be repeated in the Apple and FBI case.
If the FBI is so keen to hack an iPhone, why doesn't it just ask the NSA?
A drunk’s primer on this week’s headlines.