FCC Chair Jessica Rosenworcel has initiated a new rulemaking that would enact what are largely the same net neutrality rules tried back in 2016.
Abortion and privacy activists join over concerns that cell phones track our movements.
Snooping through emails, video, and photos isn’t the same as stumbling on containers full of cocaine.
The Office of the Director of National Intelligence warned that the practice threatens civil liberties, risks "mission creep," and could increase intelligence agencies' power.
Up with girls, down with Nazis.
California School District Sues Instagram, Snapchat, and TikTok for Creating 'Youth Mental Health Crisis'
The lawsuit blames the companies for stoking "anxiety, depression, thoughts of self-harm, and suicidal ideation."
Our mobile devices constantly snitch on our whereabouts.
Photos and information you store on iCloud will be safer from hackers, spies, and the government.
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A Ninth Circut panel split 2-1 over whether First Amendment concerns should prevent congressional investigatos from obtaining cell records for Arizona's Republican Party Chair.
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If Europe really cared about e-waste it would stop mandating inefficient products.
Consumers lose out when compliance costs prevent services from ever entering the market.
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WhatsApp and iMessage are not as private as you might think.
Regulating privacy protections would put the public at greater risk than criminals.
Law enforcers have plenty of tools; they just want to paw through our data without effort or expense.
A 2018 Supreme Court decision was supposed to protect your location data from federal snooping. That’s not what happened.
A phone in your pocket may as well be a GPS beacon strapped to your ankle.
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The coronavirus is not in your phone. Why should it be used to justify border searches?
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The coronavirus is no excuse to intrude on people's lives unnecessarily. Tech provides decentralized systems for contact tracing.
These theories are dumb. Destroying 5G infrastructure is not going to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Before You Use Our GPS Travel Data To Formulate Coronavirus Policy, Make Sure You Understand the Data
Confusing travel distance with actual human mingling is no way to create smart policy.
Your cellphone is tracking your movements and, despite legal protections, federal, state, and local officials are finding new and disturbing ways to use that information.
A deadly shooting on a Naval base in Florida may lead to a new battle against encryption.
The proposal is parodying, not endorsing, the nanny state.
Did You Download an App that Connects to Your Rifle Scope? If So, the Justice Department Wants to Know Who You Are.
Feds go fishing for private data in order to track down illegal exporters.