Geek Squad employee allegedly searched PCs for the FBI
The staffer allegedly conducted warrantless searches on the feds' behalf.
Android will have password-free sign-ins by the end of 2016
Google wants developers to have Project Abacus in their hands within months.
Google's extra-secure Allo chat uses familiar encryption tech
It's the same protection used in Signal and WhatsApp.
New phones let Japan's government secretly track its citizens
Five new handsets from NTT DoCoMo will let authorities find you without consent or notice.
Data breaches and spying fears are keeping people offline
An official US study shows that security jitters have led people to scale back their internet use.
Alien sex tapes, robot rape and the evolution of consent
Yacht’s 'sex tape' was more than a tasteless PR stunt.
Facebook respects European privacy, skips facial recognition
It already removed facial recognition from its tagging feature in Europe.
Facebook can't stop lawsuit over its facial recognition software
Automatic photo-tagging might run afoul of an Illinois privacy act.
CIA and NSA doubled their searches for Americans' data in 2 years
They're really eager to sift through the NSA's communications database.