NOPE NOPE NOPE NOPE NOPE
Twitter is implementing a number of changes to make the service more usable for people who aren’t intimately familiar with its arcane vocabulary, but not all of these changes have been greeted happily.
The selling point of Google's new messaging app is not encryption, it's surveillance.
Police have used the once-secret counterterrorism tools for pretty much everything except terrorism.
A bureaucratic bumble exposed sensitive information.
Spies and hackers could bypass end-to-end encryption apps by taking over cellphone numbers.
Breaches and corporate data collection have stopped 45% of Americans from buying and saying stuff online.
Move aside, old hologram, the age of the meta-hologram is upon us.
The Philadelphia Police Department admitted today that a mysterious unmarked license plate surveillance truck disguised as a Google Maps vehicle, which Motherboard first reported on this morning, is its own.
Just because data is sort-of public, doesn't mean that it's ethical to collect en masse.