(Krisztian Bocsi / Bloomberg)
Apple and Google’s new approach to encryption is too extreme.
President Obama suggested intelligence agencies missed signs of Islamic State’s growing power. Is that the whole story?
What if police got that phone and couldn’t crack it?
(Anindito Mukherjee / Reuters)
The move is the latest in a broad shift by U.S. tech firms to make their products more resistant to government snooping in the aftermath of revelations of NSA spying by Edward Snowden.
(Stephen Lam / Reuters)
New operating system makes it impossible for company to comply with requests for data on devices.
Find out what changes the Obama administration has made since a federal contractor fatally shot 12 people at the Washington Navy Yard.
The senate version of the USA FREEDOM Act has advocates and opponents in privacy and civil liberties circles.
The nation’s secretive surveillance court recently released a redacted opinion that addresses the scope of First Amendment protections in terrorism investigations.
Surprise! People are suddenly prepared to trade in their civil liberties for national security -- again.