Edward Snowden, the ex-government contractor who leaked classified information from the National Security Agency and fled to Russia, has joined Twitter.
Keeping prying eyes off your device with these great cases for the privacy-obsessed.
Americans are outraged by news of “dirtbox devices,” fake cell phone towers the government uses to spy on citizens. Is your privacy at risk?
Google alerted officials in Texas after user Skillern was found to have explicit images of a young girl in his Gmail inbox. The good news? A pervert is off the streets. The bad news? Your emails are not private.
The Supreme Court has decided in Riley v. California that police cannot search cell phones without a warrant.
If you’re concerned about Internet privacy and cyber security, the following smartphone apps should help give you some peace of mind.
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If you want to avoid running into people you hate, an iPhone app called Cloak can help you be anti-social.
New Snowden leaks reveal that the GCHQ and NSA program Optic Nerve takes screenshots during Yahoo webcam video chats.
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What would it look like if the government always knew where we were? Do they already know?
Rebecca Richards will be named the first NSA privacy officer leaving her privacy post at at Homeland Security.
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That number includes nearly 1,500 wiretaps.