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.
CIA and NSA doubled their searches for Americans' data in 2 years
They're really eager to sift through the NSA's communications database.
US surveillance court didn't reject a single spy order last year
The FBI and NSA still don't have any trouble getting permission to intercept calls and messages.
Congress asks the NSA how often it spies on Americans
A House letter asks if surveillance is sweeping up US residents by mistake.
FTC issues warning to apps covertly monitoring TV broadcasts
Advertising company Silverpush's back-end tech is allegedly compiling user data gleaned from ultrasonics.
Pentagon has deployed military drones in the US
There were close to 20 flights for non-military purposes.
EFF scores a blow against the government's domestic spying
The group has been granted discovery in its case against the National Security Agency.
NSA will unite divisions to better tackle online threats
Spying and cyberdefense will no longer be separate inside the agency.
US, UK intelligence agencies cracked Israeli drone data
The program, code-named "Anarchist," has been going on for years.