The Obama administration announces the end of the controversial NSA telephone metadata surveillance program.
And why it makes little sense for ISIS to use PlayStation 4 to plot terrorist attacks.
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A man gets arrested for a GIF, a lawyer in a Chippendales costume defends against a monkey, and some judge sure likes Taylor Swift.
A federal judge is trying to shut down the NSA’s most controversial program—again.
Snowden scores a symbolic victory, but his legal situation is unlikely to change in the short term.
We're going to see more politically-motivated doxing in the future, against both people and institutions.
It could save a life or spy on innocents, researchers say.
The social network claims user security is its “paramount” concern.