Marking the one year anniversary of the NSA leaks saga, Microsoft today called for broad change in how the United States Government and its intelligence agencies operate, and what they collect. Microsoft
Last September, Hillary Clinton strode to a podium in Philadelphia to deliver what she advance-billed as a policy speech addressing the roiling controversy over government surveillance in a digital era.
Auto makers have long downplayed the threat of hacker attacks on their cars and trucks, arguing that their vehicles’ increasingly-networked systems are protected from rogue wireless intrusion. Now two
Snapchat Finally Says Sorry For December Data Breach, Updates Android & iOS Apps With Find Friends Opt-Out
It’s taken some sound and fury but Snapchat has finally said sorry for its December data breach which saw 4.6 million usernames and phone numbers leaked. In a blog post today, Snapchat confirmed it has
US whistleblower Edward Snowden could be invited to testify before the European Parliament by video link from Russia. The parliament’s Civil Liberties Committee backed the planned appearance by 36 votes
Blue LEDs on a row of servers indicate that everything is running smoothly, at the Google data center in Douglas County, Georgia. News that the NSA can break or bypass a variety of digital encryption has