ACLU urges devs to safeguard users with anti-snooping measures
The union believes software updates are vulnerable to government misuse.
Amazon is selling facial recognition tech to law enforcement
Civil rights groups are demanding it put a stop to the practice.
The EFF wants you to know why Facebook removed your post
And for there to be an appeals process for social media takedowns.
Our democracy is broken. Why can't technology fix it?
If there was any will, there'd be a way.
Privacy groups ask tech companies to sign user data 'security pledge'
Groups like the ACLU and Fight for the Future are backing the five-point pledge.
ACLU sues the TSA for domestic electronics screening details
It wants to know the whys and hows when it comes to searching domestic passengers' devices.
Senate votes to extend NSA’s warrantless surveillance program
Section 702 will be extended for six years once it’s signed into law.
Netflix, Google and others voice frustration with net neutrality vote
Members of Congress have said they'll take the decision to court.
What to expect from the FCC's net neutrality proposal
Any new changes will preempt state regulations that go against them.