It’s not paranoia if it’s true.
Activists say the documents prove Ethiopia is “one of the most aggressive purchasers of surveillance technology out there.”
With a simple change, Wikipedia could protect its users from surveillance and censorship. But it’s not an easy choice.
Even teachers have gone to some extreme lengths to monitor students online in the past.
It’s not just facial recognition. The Customs and Border Protection has two more new pilot programs ready to launch.
The facial recognition program is designed to catch “passport imposters” but has privacy advocates worried.
The decision is seen as "a win" for privacy activists and the American public.
The most important government site in the world just switched encryption by default.
Researchers claim that Ethiopian spies used Hacking Team malware to target journalists in Washington D.C.
Important rights sometimes come from disturbing cases.