ECPA: Most Americans support updating a decades-old email-privacy law
Will broad public support be enough to encourage Congress to move on reform legislation?
Heads of 2 powerful House committees join anti-encryption crusade
Is encryption really 'the biggest threat today,' as one lawmaker claimed?
Sen. Ron Wyden is ready to defend encryption in Congress
Anti-encryption lawmakers are using Paris to push for backdoors. Ron Wyden has heard it all before.
Congress plans encryption investigations as Paris attacks reignite 'crypto wars'
Independent experts overwhelmingly support strong encryption, but Congress is still worried about it.
Rand Paul praises Edward Snowden for doing 'a service' to the U.S.
Paul also suggested a light sentence for the 'whistleblower.'
House Oversight Committee asks U.S. agencies to reveal details of stingray use
The use of these surveillance devices has expanded significantly, and lawmakers are worried.