Don't-Miss Privacy Stories
Civil rights campaigners say uniform guidelines are necessary to prevent information that should be publicly available being suppressed
The compromised information includes email addresses, phone numbers and physical contact addresses of ECB event participants
Because raw data is shared in bulk, less stringent privacy safeguards apply, the court said
The anonymity software's developers believe they've identified the problem
The use of such tracking tools may be unknown to most users, according to a research paper
The presentation revolved around de-anonymizing users of the privacy tool
One feature aims to stop tracking tied to clicking the Facebook 'like' on outside sites
The government was granted a warrant to obtain emails and other information from a Gmail account
Edward Snowden has some plans for the future and they include making privacy and encryption tools easier to use.
Congress and the Obama administration can enact surveillance reforms to slow backlash against the US IT industry, advocates say
Both carriers and government now have an interest in how users keep their online lives private
Dropbox may be popular, but Snowden is no fan of the file sync service.
Europe's top court gave people the right to have links to personal information removed from search listings in Europe
The Chaos Computer Club wants new evidence to prompt an investigation into mass surveillance of German citizens
China's state-run television says that iOS 7's location services could inadvertently expose state secrets.