Federal judge throws out evidence obtained by 'stingray' trackers
"Absent a search warrant, the government may not turn a citizen's cell phone into a tracking device."
The EU-US Privacy Shield is up, but its future is in doubt
Critics say the agreement traded legislative reform for political assurances.
Ashley Madison gives infidelity a new look
The company has launched an ad campaign to restore some faith in its adultery-focused social network.
Twitter remains quiet about OurMine attack on its CEO's account
The company's Info Security Officer refuted a claim that Vine can see your passwords.
MIT anonymity network promises to be more secure than Tor
As long as there's at least one good server, your data remains a secret.
Alex Gibney on Stuxnet and why we need to talk about cyberwar
His latest film, "Zero Days," explores the lasting impact of the first major cyberweapon attack.
Homeland Security's big encryption report wasn't fact-checked
In attempting to shine a light on 'going dark,' the Homeland Security Committee reveals just how in the dark lawmakers are on encryption.
Edward Snowden speaks out against new Russian law
The former NSA employee finds the new legislation 'repressive.'
Wendy's says over 1,000 locations affected by credit card breach
Malware on the franchise's point-of-sale systems is believed to be the source of the attack.