Don't-Miss Privacy Stories
If the court decides to revoke the data exchange deal it could hurt U.S. tech companies
Many cybersecurity vendors have been tracking attacks from China for years
Acquiring SurfEasy will help protect the privacy of Opera's 350 million users, the company said
The transactional email service said it doesn't believe data was stolen
The draft legislation would only apply to data linked to identity theft or financial fraud, not other customer information
He tried to alert the company in January, but the company never got his emails, and later suspended his Microsoft account
UK intelligence agency GCHQ maintained in a submission that it operates within the law
Microsoft was forced to release EMET 5.2 again because customers experienced issues with the first variant
In light of broad government snooping, many people aren't even aware of privacy tools like Tor or encryption
Discussions will cover major privacy and data protection issues
The content that had to be blocked for violating local laws is also on the rise, Facebook said
The leak of the information could help phishing campaigns.
Oh Hillary: You really thought using your own phone and your personal email address while serving as Secretary of State would be OK?
One senator called the legislation a 'surveillance bill by another name'
The U.S. government still supports using encryption but has questions about law enforcement access to data