Congress asks the NSA how often it spies on Americans
A House letter asks if surveillance is sweeping up US residents by mistake.
Senate to Americans: Your security is not our problem
A new bill targeting encryption would force companies to comply with court orders at the cost of security.
Apple and FBI head back to Congress to debate encryption
The fight heads back in front of lawmakers.
Email privacy bill finally moves forward
A House committee has approved a measure that would require a warrant for old email.
Senate holds Backpage in contempt in child trafficking probe
Authorities are investigating Backpage over accusations that it runs child sex-trafficking ads.
US bill would train law enforcement to fight online harassment
The proposed law would pay $20 million per year to help cops and lawyers understand virtual threats.
Congress to investigate US involvement in Juniper's backdoor
The security hole may have allowed the NSA to spy on VPN traffic for years.
16 states unveil privacy protection measures
The bill, which has the support of the ACLU, focuses on protecting student and employee data.
House looks into claims the NSA spied on Congress
A House intelligence committee wants to know if the NSA eavesdropped on chats between Congress and advocacy groups.