Russian spies indicted in massive Yahoo account breach
It's the first time the US has hit Russian feds with cybercrime charges.
Facebook bars use of its social data for surveillance tools
It's joining Twitter in objecting to mass monitoring by law enforcement.
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.
WikiLeaks claims to have the CIA's hacking toolkit (updated)
It hints at possible CIA overreach, but the timing is questionable.
Spyware targeted proponents of Mexico's soda tax
There are worries the government used spy tools to fight policy changes.
Email Privacy Act has another run at becoming law
Unless Republicans in the Senate kill it again.
Workplace AI makes it all too easy to track you on the job
It helps with security and productivity, but it could also pose a serious privacy risk.
CIA reveals new guidelines for collecting data on Americans
The rules may help spies keep pace with the internet era.