Russia threatens to ban Telegram if it doesn’t hand over data
Russian authorities say the app supports terrorist activity.
EU proposes banning encryption backdoors
End-to-end security could be mandatory across most of Europe.
Anti-encryption bill changes would limit some effects on security
The proposed alterations would limit the legislation's reach, but wouldn't eliminate its core flaws.
Russia claims it can collect encryption keys
Even though it had only two weeks to do something that others haven't managed in years.
Russia set to pass bill requiring ISPs to eavesdrop on customer data
All in the name of good old “anti-terrorism.”
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.