Named data networking naturally allows for local encryption and evading censorship.
Robert Cribb of the Toronto Star and Dave Seglins of the CBC explain how their five-part investigative series into digital policing came to be.
Riseup seems to be carefully stepping around its out of date warrant canary, which is typically used to flag secret surveillance orders.
Stay Secure Online is geared towards law enforcement members and their families, but journalists, activists and plenty of other people can probably learn from it.
Access Now and Lush have created a special, limited edition bath accessory to raise awareness of digital rights around the world.
One document has redacted the section on IMSI catchers, which are used to track mobile phones, and the Metropolitan Police has removed a file on public expenditure all together.
The leaked picture confirms that cops and feds hide these powerful surveillance devices inside police cars.
Canadians do not support the RCMP's calls for new powers.
In ‘Obfuscation: A User’s Guide for Privacy and Protest’ co-authors Finn Brunton and Helen Nissenbaum discuss strategies for privacy protecting. Brunton recently spoke to Motherboard about some of these strategies.
If Twitter is going to survive, these kinds of incremental improvements must continue.