Snowden gives the hacker community its marching orders: Fight surveillance by making privacy tools for everyone.
People with any interest in hiding their identity online are automatically labeled for closer inspection by Big Brother.
After the USA Freedom Act got watered down to allow NSA business as usual, there’s some progress in the fight against the organization.
Newly revealed chat logs may corroborate an imprisoned hacker’s story: An informant facilitated Anonymous’ attacks on Stratfor and hundreds of foreign websites.
The USA Freedom Act, once lauded by privacy and technology groups, passed the House today in a watered-down form.
It’s the chilling government mantra reported in Glenn Greenwald’s new book. Why the agency’s unholy fusion of Big Data and Big Brother should have Americans worried.
The news of the Heartbleed security hole—and the NSA’s rumored exploitation of the bug—rocked the world last month. What's next?
Think there’s nothing to do to protect yourself against the “catastrophic” security bug “Heartbleed”? There is. You might even come out of this with a better security regimen than you had before.
On Monday, security researchers revealed a “catastrophic” security bug nicknamed “Heartbleed.” And if you’ve ever shopped or done banking online, it likely affects you.
A popular U.S. provider of massive open online courses is being prevented from offering lessons to students in blacklisted countries. This will do more harm than good.