Police claim to have cracked extra-secure BlackBerry phones
Dutch police say that your special-issue BlackBerry isn't that private.
China anti-terrorism law makes firms give up encryption keys
You won't have many guarantees that your secure chats are safe from Chinese spying.
Apple unsettled by the UK's draft surveillance bill
"A key left under the doormat would not just be there for the good guys."
Researchers hide messages in a sea of spam
The system mimics Tor by bouncing messages around servers, but shields metadata with fake 'noise.'
French prime minister says public WiFi will not be banned
Prime minister Manuel Valls called the internet 'a freedom.'
The White House wants your thoughts on encryption
The US government wants your input on whether the US should protect strong encryption or introduce back doors.
Secure messaging app Signal is coming to Chrome
Snowden's preferred messaging app comes to the desktop as an open beta
BlackBerry is leaving Pakistan over demands for backdoor access
The company's simply not willing to jeopardize users' privacy to please Pakistan's government.
Here's how ISIS tries to keep its online activity a secret (update: debunked)
ISIS' online security guide has leaked, and it illustrates the dilemmas with privacy-minded services.