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Automatic weapon made from encrypted data The rise of the new Crypto War
The U.S. government wants to stop terrorists and criminals from 'going dark.' But at what cost?
The state of surveillance in 2015
The effects of Snowden's disclosures are becoming more clear.
laptop computer Privacy groups rally to block controversial cybersecurity bill
Why civil liberties groups are uniting against the Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act of 2015.
dianne feinstein with net neutrality logos superimposed on face Meet CISA, the Internet's new enemy in Washington
Get your pitchforks ready.
mouseclick.jpg (1440×720) 100,000 people signed this White House petition for email privacy reform
More than 20,000 people signed the day before the petition was due.
armycomputer Is CISPA the new SOPA?
Congressmen, defense contractors, and ISPs argue that U.S. information systems are highly vulnerable, but Internet rights organizations are concerned that the powers granted by the bill to government, military, and private firms are far too broad and invasive.