Pew Research Center survey finds that most Americans have done little or nothing to change their online behaviors nearly two years after the first NSA spying revelations emerged.
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Supreme Court rules that satellite-based monitoring constitutes a Fourth Amendment protected search in sex offender case but does not rule on whether this particular search is a reasonable one.
Uber user credentials are on sale on underground hacking forums, but the alternative taxi company says it has found no evidence of a breach of its systems.
FBI Director James Comey pleads with Congress to create a law that would allow law enforcement access to encrypted mobile communications on Android and Apple devices.
Palo Alto Networks researchers say half of all Android devices contain a vulnerability that could allow an attacker to install malware on devices running the Android operating system.
A Flash vulnerability that Adobe patched four years ago actually remains exploitable according to a presentation given by a pair of researchers at the TROOPERS security conference.
Popular search engine optimization plugin, SEO by Yoast fixed a blind SQL injection vulnerability yesterday that could be exploited to take control of affected sites.
EFF, ACLU, Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch and others are calling on the U.N. to create a special privacy watchdog.
Uber announced that attackers had compromised databases containing current and former driver partner names and license numbers.
Kaspersky Lab researcher Vitaly Kamluk discusses the Equation Group, claiming it is the most sophisticated advanced persistent threat group in the world.