A new data privacy bill in the House is receiving pushback from privacy experts and states.
On Jul 21, 2022 by Jacob Seitz
The map has information about 3,000 police jurisdictions.
On Jul 14, 2020 by Andrew Wyrich
Users' transaction information is publicly viewable by default.
On Aug 29, 2019 by Mikael Thalen
'We can have good security without a security state and we can have good policing without a police state.'
On May 15, 2019 by Mikael Thalen
'Once dangerous face surveillance systems are built and deployed, the harm can’t be undone.'
On May 23, 2018 by Benjamin Powers
They've been working with the FBI for a decade.
On Mar 7, 2018 by Phillip Tracy
The government is demanding 1.3 million visitors IP addresses.
On Aug 15, 2017 by Andrew Wyrich
The Electronic Frontier Foundation claims the FBI violated the Fourth Amendment.
On Jun 2, 2017 by Andrew Wyrich
Don't worry, Trump's campaign 'takes privacy and security very seriously.'
On May 10, 2017 by Andrew Wyrich
It seems great for consumers, but is it?
On Aug 18, 2016 by AJ Dellinger
Hillary Clinton does not have an answer to the encryption question.
On Jun 28, 2016 by Patrick Howell O'Neill
'I recall that night clearly, and my story is entirely different.'
On Jun 9, 2016 by Dell Cameron, Patrick Howell O'Neill
Justin Shafer reported a flaw in a company's system. Then the FBI came knocking.
On May 27, 2016 by Dissent Doe
How transparency about user privacy helps keep the government honest.
On May 6, 2016 by Aaron Sankin
The battle over backdoors has just begun.
On Apr 8, 2016 by Patrick Howell O'Neill