Conventional Suite B encryption is still basically brand new, but don't bother, says the agency.
The judges overturned a decision that found bulk phone data collection unconstitutional.
The government had constantly denied that Canada was involved in spying or espionage—until an enterprising young Englishman named William Macadam came along.
Which is a bad thing, sort of.
The White House finally responded to online petition with a very polite "fuck no."
The government is stuck in 1984, so hopefully faxes will convince them to stop CISA.
Terrorist using homegrown crypto are easy targets for NSA's XKEYSCORE.
A secret court just allowed the NSA to resume its bulk collection program.
Guess who picked up the pieces? The NSA.
The internet isn’t safe for anyone, and he wants to change that.