Because there's no evidence that it ever has.
How procurement processes slow innovation, the narrowing gap between reality and science fiction, and other tech policy stories you need to read this morning.
The NSA wants all the benefits of domestic surveillance without the transparency and oversight that comes with it.
Target suffers data breach and Verizon promises more transparency.
Judge says Smith v. Maryland is a "far cry" the constitutional issues at stake in the NSA's domestic phone records program.
New NSA revelations including spying in video game worlds, outdated technology still in use by government, and a bad joke about spectrum auctions.
Switch readers comment on 23andMe, software patents, and Microsoft designating the U.S. government an advanced persistent threat.
House of Representatives passes patent bill and FTC sanctions popular "flashlight" app for privacy violations.
The NSA says it can't estimate how many Americans are subject to location tracking. That's hard to believe.
Microsoft hardens network against NSA snooping and Pandora abandons campaign for music pricing legislation.