Time flies when you’re having fun. But it apparently also flies when there’s a new story every other day about NSA surveillance. It’s been nearly one year since the first story sourced from the documents Edward Snowden stole from the agency appeared, and with that in mind, the EFF is encouraging people to commemorate the[…]
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Google took steps toward compliance with a European privacy ruling that allows individuals to request their names be removed from search results.
The NSA released an email from Edward Snowden to the agency’s legal authority that refutes claims Snowden repeatedly raised concerns about surveillance.
Iranian spies have been carrying out a campaign since at least 2011 that has gathered intelligence by targeting D.C. journalists and government emissaries via social media.
No concrete reason for the TrueCrypt shutdown has emerged, giving way instead to speculation that perhaps the developers’ abrupt decision is a warrant canary.
The Federal Trade Commission called on data brokers to be more transparent and give users more control over their personal information in a comprehensive report issued yesterday.
There are two issues with the way Microsoft’s Outlook application encrypts content on older versions of Android that could expose users’ emails and email attachments.
Silent Circle has released a new version of its private text messaging and secure file transfer service for Android and iOS mobile devices.
The EFF’s annual Who Has Your Back? report praises Apple and Yahoo for its gains in transparency and fighting for users’ privacy and civil liberties, while it singles out Snapchat for its shortcomings.
The IETF released RFC7258 which defines pervasive monitoring of Internet traffic and surveillance of online activity as an attack to be mitigated in all future IETF protocols.