Senate anti-encryption bill is effectively dead, for now
When the White House, CIA and NSA won't support it, the legislation doesn't stand much of a chance.
Facebook was the victim of a backdoor hack
Someone was trying to steal Facebook workers' account details.
Lawsuit asks Justice Department to reveal decryption orders
The Electronic Frontier Foundation wants to know if tech companies have been ordered to unlock user data.
Ancient apps leave 3.2 million PCs open to ransomware attacks
It mostly affects schools, but fixes are thankfully on the way.
Read the full Senate bill requiring encryption backdoors
It's just as poorly considered as you thought it might be.
Congress to investigate US involvement in Juniper's backdoor
The security hole may have allowed the NSA to spy on VPN traffic for years.
NSA director: 'Encryption is foundational to the future'
And we're wasting time arguing about whether or not to do away with it.
16 states unveil privacy protection measures
The bill, which has the support of the ACLU, focuses on protecting student and employee data.
France doesn't think encryption backdoors are the answer
"It's the wrong solution."