Ron Wyden and Rand Paul team up to stop Border Patrol from snooping in your stuff without good reason.
Habitually untrustworthy snoops still demand we trust them to monitor our communications.
Government-mandated privacy regulations will allow the most powerful companies to game it to their advantage.
Section 215 has been used to secretly access our private data, but hasn't accomplished much.
After years of political fights over our privacy, a potential end in mass phone metadata collection
Facebook would prosper in a less robust market.
On Monday, a federal appeals court considered Grindr's guilt in a case involving app-based impersonators.
It's been dubbed "NYC's Anti-Airdrop Dick Pic Law," but the bill is much broader than that.
Facebook, Twitter, and other mainstream social networks have their issues. Are these 5 platforms viable alternatives?
In New Zealand, customs officials can now demand that travelers unlock their electronic devices.
There are lots of reasons to be concerned about government snooping, but how should we feel when private companies do it?
Draft legislation would force tech companies to compromise encryption at the government's demand.