"Congress should know by now that when you come for the internet, the internet comes for you," one critic said.
Democrats were upset that Nunes made the comments to the media and then briefed Trump in the White House without informing them.
Facebook and Instagram developers are now banned from using data for surveillance purposes.
The new deal gives the civilian representative the power to report on violations of the guidelines, and requires the mayor to get court approval before removing the representative.
Important milestone reached that protects more web users from eavesdropping and hackers.
China is reinforcing its censorship of the internet by cracking down on VPNs.
"Unchecked powers are trampling freedoms that have long been taken for granted," report says.
Angela Merkel's Bavarian allies want intelligence agencies to monitor people as young as 14.
Congressmen demand data as they debate the merits of NSA's Section 702 authority, intended for foreigners.
The new software makes it possible for people to scan faces on their phones.
Leaked speeches and emails show the Democratic presidential nominee wrestling with issues of privacy, cyber surveillance and security.
The interior minister suggested introducing facial recognition software at transport hubs.
The "Yarovaya Law" could introduce the most sweeping snooping powers since Soviet times.
A new exhibit at the International Center of Photography shows how nothing is as private as you think it is.
Trump first called for surveillance of mosques in November, as well as a database of Syrian refugees entering the U.S.
WhatsApp introduces end-to-end encryption to protect users from hackers and "oppressive regimes."
Need to Know aims to expose the "suffocating privacy invasions" carried out by intelligence agencies.
James Clapper said household devices could be used as surveillance tools.