Together, the NSA and GCHQ harvested encryption keys to access global mobile communications.
Users complain they were not made aware of the the software that could be capable of collecting sensitive data.
With little congressional involvement, the Justice Department is changing the rules about how law enforcement obtains warrants.
The latest version of the iconic toy can connect to the Internet, raising privacy concerns.
Unwelcome Pepsi advertisements interrupt movie-watchers programming.
After growing concern, company clarifies to customers with whom it's sharing their voice commands.
The former Florida governor and presidential hopeful released a treasure trove of constituents' personal details as part of the launch of his new book.
The FCC unanimously votes for improved indoor location for emergency calls, worrying civil liberties advocates.
Despite Holder's recent announcement, documents show information from DEA database can be used in majority of seizures.
The former NSA contractor thinks the U.S. has been too focused on offensive capabilities.
An upstate New York woman reached a settlement with the government after the DEA created a fake Facebook profile of her to nab drug dealers.
The FBI is taking steps to carry out broad searches and data collection under the color of authority.
Senators release letter outlining loose FBI restrictions regarding "stingray" technology.
California judge rules the social network must go to court over controversial practice.
Facebook team answers community questions in second global town hall.
The FBI wants American encrypted smartphones accessible to the NSA. Will the makers comply?
Can U.S. courts order tech companies to target customers with spyware?
Assessing the current climate, we may have reached the age of mobile payments.
His speech was punctuated with "I don't know" and "I haven't thought about it."
During a video interview on Saturday night, whistleblower Edward Snowden spoke about iOS, asylum, and the U.S. government
A third-party service is rumored to have breached Snapchat accounts, and could lead to a massive photo leak on October 12
ComputerCOP is meant to protect children but actually makes families vulnerable
Police can read FireChat communications