Feds tap America's top tech companies to help hunt terrorists
Apple, Facebook, Twitter, Microsoft and more met with the government today.
US leaders meet with tech CEOs to fight terrorism online
Top brass from the FBI and beyond are meeting with Facebook, Google, Twitter and other top internet firms.
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.
French prime minister says public WiFi will not be banned
Prime minister Manuel Valls called the internet 'a freedom.'
Facebook's 2015 review video puts the year in perspective
These were the 10 most-discussed stories of the year, according to Facebook.
New York's anti-terror reporting app could easily cause problems
New York is the latest state to offer the See Something, Send Something app, but it might just create more problems than it solves.
Belgian Twitter users post cat pics to help police in weekend raids
As a massive manhunt swept Brussels, Belgians posted cat photos to Twitter in the name of safety and solidarity.
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.
Telegram founder knew ISIS was using his service before Paris attacks (updated)
"I think that privacy, ultimately, and the right for privacy is more important than our fear of bad things happening, like terrorism," Telegram founder Pavel Durov said at TechCrunch Disrupt in September.