Obama tells young Europeans to think about terrorism as privacy, encryption debates rage
'The threat of terrorism is real.'
Top E.U. network-security official slams proposals for encryption backdoors
It's unclear how his comments will shape the brewing debate.
U.S. and E.U. publish full text of Privacy Shield data-transfer deal
Governments on both continents are optimistic that the deal will pass muster.
What is the Judicial Redress Act and why is it important to U.S.–E.U. relations?
The bill would give Europeans a key right that Americans already enjoy.
U.S. and E.U. reach new data-sharing deal after rift over mass surveillance
The second version of the 'Safe Harbor' deal will likely end up in court, just like its predecessor.
Ryu may sit out H2K's game against Team Vitality tomorrow
The decision is not yet determined with just over 24 hours to go.