Kristian Fiskerstrand cautions that more users trying it out now doesn't necessarily mean they'll adopt the practice permanently.
Physics and social media will collide this afternoon in a Google+ Hangout.
Eric Eoin Marques, accused of running Dark Web hosting service Freedom Hosting, has a bail hearing scheduled for Sept. 11.
Whichever method you choose, make sure you encrypt your senstive messages.
SecureDrop uses four different servers to keep communications between whistleblowers and reporters private.
More people, especially Americans, are turning to the private browsing solution every day.
In light of the Freedom Hosting bust, it's time to survey the landscape of the Dark Web and see what still exists.
With three major secure email services down, Mega sees a market opportunity.
Three major private email services have just shut their doors—right in the wake of new revalations of NSA spying on Americans' emails.
Former Silk Road admins have launched a successor to the infamous online drug market.
Don't you hate it when that happens?
In most social media sites, the privacy you think you might have doesn't really exist.
How the criminal community of HackBB was rocked by its own hacking—and revelead the community's nature.
The Dark Web's once-bustling pedophile forums have gone silent, as fear of U.S. law enforcement infiltration grows.
Don't have the first clue about how to stay safe on the Web? Here's how to get a bit of security with very little effort.
The nonprofit behind the first 3-D-printed gun is preparing for a legal battle that will determine the future of open-source weapons.
Experts weigh in on the common myths are out there, being handed down and forwarded across the Web, and what users can do to address them.