Could hackers derail one of the most important elections in Europe?
The ghosts of 2016 are haunting Germany as voters head to the polls.
Is Trump’s America-first policy putting Silicon Valley at risk?
Trump wants to put American first. But that could backfire on firms like Google and Intel.
Trump’s stance on internet privacy puts U.S.–E.U. pact on thin ice
President Trump's decision to kill key FCC privacy rules adds further stress to the already strained U.S.–E.U. Privacy Shield agreement.
Is the E.U. letting Russia and China abuse Europeans’ privacy?
E.U. data protections are causing a rift between digital civil liberties groups.
Can Switzerland become a safe haven for the world’s data?
Switzerland sits outside the European Union, and that could make all the difference.
The Russian activists fighting the Kremlin’s surveillance regime
Many Russians take for granted that their government is monitoring their Internet traffic. But a small group of activists is going to court to make the spying more difficult.
The key to making online voting safe
Researchers say they've figured out how to make online voting as easy as ordering from Amazon.
Who do you blame when a driverless car crashes?
Driverless cars can't escape hacking and insurance challenges.
In 2015, cybercrimals will target healthcare data
Your banking information? Home address? Social security number? You’ve been scared about losing these for years. Now, hackers are going to start targeting the little numbers inside your wearable.