What the new FISA request numbers tell us.
Articles tagged "privacy"
The bill signed last week by Gov. Rick Perry is a big step beyond federal law, which allows authorities to collect many emails with only a subpoena.
Are you suing the president for $3 billion?
Still, last week may not have been the best time to hold a privacy awards ceremony.
More and more, companies, credit bureaus, and cops around the world are vetting people via social media.
“I don't want you to be droned, I don't want you to be detained, and I also don't want your email to be looked at by a politician's choice,” Paul said at Google.
We need to make sure that terrorists can't hide anywhere, especially not in our own email.
Was the government tapping into their servers behind their backs?
Suggested listening for when your privacy is put on hold.
Unless you're an "agent of foreign power," that is.
For the first time, we've got a clear picture of how much of your personal communications the government is keeping records of. It is a lot.
The US government has become so distrustful of its own citizens that the NSA has turned into a pathological information hoarder.
A nominee is being touted for having paid the most lip service to our eroding concept of privacy.
Before losing out to an inferior (and more expensive) program, 'ThinThread' was tested on citizens of friendly nations.
Privacy and, now, protection of your physical property is only guaranteed if you're the government or corporation.
The technology powering Strongbox is called DeadDrop—a free, open-source web application built by Swartz. It launched one month before he died.
Eight tracks about being watched (or stalking, depending where you fall) to see you through today's congressional hearing on the privacy implications of domestic drone use.
In the end, you’ll have to choose which right is more important: privacy or social media.
Nothing in America is safe from prying eyes, unless it's the government.
The past few months have seen the culmination of years of work by authorities to dismantle privacy laws.
Google Glass isn't a scary thing.
Each time we determine that “security” outweighs privacy interests, a hazardous precedent is set.