Three reports from government committees highlight the main areas of contention in the draft Investigatory Powers Bill.
The UK’s intelligence agencies may soon get their hacking powers on a stronger legal footing.
Iranian human rights activists complain that the popular chat app is not helping disable the journalist hacked account.
The state’s top prosecutor says a defendant caught by a Stingray tracker “volunteered” his location.
Surveillance sweeps up spam emails too.
Ethiopia turned its fledgling internet into a surveillance machine.
The Science and Technology Committee warns that a lack of clarity over the draft Investigatory Powers Bill is affecting business.
It's the world after personal data: all identifying information is illegal. No servers, no search records, no social, no surveillance. A pair of satellites, circling the planet, make sure the data centers are turned off—and stay off.
Google wants to kill the unencrypted internet, and will soon flag two thirds of the web as "unsafe."
The encryption keys are handled by a central authority, which can then decrypt all communications.