Privacy activists are calling for Congress to reject the change.
The House just voted 419-0 to eliminate a legal loophole allowing warrantless email searches.
Edward Snowden’s historical leak is about to get the Hollywood treatment.
After AlphaBay launched a new feature, Reddit users quickly found issues, and managed to read private, and potentially sensitive, messages from buyers, vendors and moderators.
We still aren't talking about encryption.
This doesn’t seem like a great idea.
Citing a major Supreme Court decision, an Illinois judge has ruled that turning on a phone’s screen is now considered a “search.”
A security researcher found a Mexican voter registration database of more than 100 gigabytes on Shodan.
After the launch of Facebook's hidden service and an updated Android app making connections smoother, more people are visiting the site over Tor.
The rule says that if the feds don't know where the target computer is, they can't legally hack it.