Russia used a cybercriminal's botnet for a spying campaign
The lines have blurred between private and state-sponsored hacks.
'Many' Android exploits in WikiLeaks CIA files are already fixed
Google is joining Apple in trying to allay spying fears.
CIA reveals new guidelines for collecting data on Americans
The rules may help spies keep pace with the internet era.
The year of Yahoo's undoing
The company's bad year began with the worst data breach in history and careened downhill from there.
Twitter cracks down on developers making surveillance tools
It doesn't want law enforcement having easy access to your tweets.
FBI using Twitter's raw 'firehose' data to monitor users
With Dataminr, the bureau has "near real-time" access to live tweets.
The consequences of the Trump presidency on cybersecurity
A situation now revealed in all its hideousness, brought to us by a 400-lb hacker in bed.
UK spies paid a New Zealand firm to help tap key internet lines
Endace's technology helped GCHQ ramp up its mass surveillance plans.
UK spies violated privacy laws with bulk data collection
A tribunal finds that GCHQ, MI5 and MI6 ran afoul of European rights for 17 years.