The interest is notable in a time when law enforcement have expanding surveillance toolkits but unclear oversight requirements for these new technologies.
The White House finally responded to online petition with a very polite "fuck no."
If you can't break it, ban it.
Cops from Miami to Duluth on Italian firm’s distribution lists, hacked emails show.
The hacked surveillance tech company is mad because media and commentators are focusing on its shady deals.
The father of the best-selling personal computer built machines "for the masses not the classes."
In three years, and spending almost $1 million on it, the DEA only used Hacking Team's spyware 17 times.
Leaked emails show the agency wasn’t too interested in using the surveillance tool.
"The photograph was taken while the police were on operational duty. They weren't searching for celebrities.”
Internal emails prove the company had control over its customers’ surveillance infrastructure, tagging malware and servers.