India’s privacy ruling could disrupt its biometric society
India's biometric identification program has data on one billion Indians.
The Engadget Podcast Ep 36: Bad and Boujee
Uber and Yahoo can't seem to avoid scandal.
Tech workers unite against a potential US Muslim registry
'We refuse to build a database of people based on their Constitutionally protected religious beliefs.'
China's new cybersecurity laws are a nightmare
Real names only, harsh censorship and the government gets access to everything you're doing.
Turkey shuts off internet service in 11 Kurdish cities
The shutdown affects 6 million citizens and comes amid protests over the detention of one city's mayors, Turkey Blocks reports.
UN rights council condemns the disruption of internet access
The resolution is non-binding, but it sends a strong message.
Panasonic pushes same-sex equality in Japan
The move is groundbreaking in the socially conservative nation.
The human cost of global spyware sales
Explore the human toll of government spyware in this interactive map.
The UK admits to spying on Amnesty International
Why did GCHQ intercept data from a human rights charity?