Google's creepy plan to kill the password
The password may be broken, but is 24/7 biometric tracking really any better?
Police claim to have cracked extra-secure BlackBerry phones
Dutch police say that your special-issue BlackBerry isn't that private.
The Dark Web has its first major news publication
ProPublica wants to prove the Tor network isn't just for nefarious deeds.
Politwoops is back preserving politicians' deleted tweets
You can now search and filter those brain farts.
AT&T acquires parts of phone-monitoring company Carrier IQ
It seems that Carrier IQ has otherwise shut down, TechCrunch reports.
Tor plans to launch a bug bounty program
In 2016, Tor will pay researchers to find vulnerabilities in its systems.
Steam's Christmas privacy issues affected 34,000 users
The Steam Store was the victim of a DoS attack on December 25th, leading to a privacy breach.
The NSA spied on Congress, too
The agency also continued surveilling friendly heads of state.
Botched database leaks records for 191 million voters
If you've voted in the US since 2000, there's a chance your personal info is out in the wild.