Legal scholars say the government is testing the limits of the Fifth Amendment in a landmark search warrant case.
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U.S. representatives are asking Yahoo for clarity around a surveillance program mentioned in reports earlier this month.
Google updated its Transparency Report, reporting a record number of government requests for data, and that it received at least one National Security Letter during the second half of 2015.
Mike Mimoso and Chris Brook discuss this week’s Virus Bulletin conference in Denver and CNBC’s Cambridge Cyber Summit at MIT, the NSA contractor arrest, APT false flags, and more.
Investigating state-sponsored espionage and counterterrorism is one thing. Writing public reports about these activities is another.
Cindy Cohn, the EFF’s Executive Director, called the NSA’s support of strong encryption disingenuous during a cybersecurity conference panel Wednesday.
A NSA contractor working for Booz Allen Hamilton was arrested and charged with stealing secret documents from the U.S. spy agency.
Yahoo calls a bombshell email surveillance story “misleading” as legal, civil liberties and security experts demand answers.
Open Whisper Systems, the group behind Signal, was served with a subpoena earlier this year but was unable to produce most of the data it was asked for.
Government ICS report reveals access control a major issue for sector along with nagging issues around poor code quality and cryptography.