Don't-Miss Privacy Stories
The Department of Justice has filed for permission to the FISA court
All public sites will be required to use the protocol by the end of 2016
UK intelligence agencies still collect phone data in bulk, while that practice was banned in the US, Privacy International said
After passing the USA Freedom Act, many in Congress may be unwilling to extend surveillance reform
The program reportedly oeprates without court-ordered warrants to target cyberattacks within the U.S.
In a demo posted on YouTube, the researcher shows how a flaw in the Unity Web Player could let an attacker access a Gmail account.
Terrorist recruiters are increasingly turning to social networking tools to gain new converts.
EU and US negotiators say they are close to reaching agreement on two data-protection deals
Senators reject amendments to 'water down' the NSA reform bill
Some of the vulnerabilities could allow attackers to take over the affected devices.
Google has a new My Account dashboard that the company says will make it easier to manage your privacy and security settings.
Section 215 of the Patriot Act expires without a final Senate vote, although lawmakers may act this week
On tap: the Project Vault secure MicroSD card, Project Abacus password replacement and other tech to improve users' security.
Proposals to renew portions of the Patriot Act wouldn't end bulk phone records collection, critics say.