Don't-Miss Privacy Stories
New information published by the Washington Post shows that much of the data intercepted by the NSA comes from individuals not suspected of any wrongdoing.
What keeps Internet experts up at night? Pew Research Center's latest study gives us a glimpse.
Google is deleting links to articles as part of the ruling, giving rise to a huge, if indirect, challenge to press freedom, The Guardian said
EU officials must be more transpartent about the way a deal to send EU citizens' banking data to the US was negotiated, a court has ruled
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The NSA's foreign surveillance programs comply with U.S. law and are effective in stopping terrorism, the board says.
The complaint is based on Snowden's revelations
The board warned of the privacy implications of the incidental collection of communications of U.S. persons
The EFF filed suit against the NSA and ODNI Tuesday, seeking information about zero-day flaws.
The FBI doesn't track the number of US searches it does on data collected for foreign intelligence purposes.
With code, publishers can incorporate data notifications into their sites. But who's doing what? Google aims to let you know.
The report doesn't provide enough detail about the NSA's collection of US communications, two lawmakers say
The Supreme Court allows a class-action lawsuit against Google for Wi-Fi snooping to move forward.
A recently released research paper shows that the emotions others express on Facebook rub off on you—even with the absence of nonverbal social cues.