"Strong encryption protocols," Scott Busby said, are "critical for an Internet that is truly open to all."
The app's potential as a black market tool proves limited.
Spycraft at its cuddliest.
Unlike some other state-level anti-NSA bills, this one affects a state with an NSA facility.
A new report claims the NSA bypasses the Internet entirely by going straight to hardware—or by manipulating radio frequencies.
A bipartisan team of California lawmakers introduced legislation aimed to severly limit the NSA's surveillance.