Canada's superior privacy laws are a good reminder of where the US falls short.
In the future, having AI that can help humans find bugs won’t just be practical, but a necessity.
VICE News has learned that Canadian police could be jeopardizing public safety by using surveillance technology that can hack your cellphone.
If left unpatched, these holes can pose a huge security risk to users.
We still aren't talking about encryption.
When politicians talk about legislating encryption, what they’re really talking about is lawful surveillance.
The system would encrypt messages use a pre-defined random number that only a select few would know.
Researchers find 14 more bugs in the internet-connected toy, some of which still haven't been fixed.
Why the creators of the colour-shifting app f.lux have spent the last seven years trying to help you get a good night's sleep.
A "landmark" privacy didn't outlaw tower dumps completely, but it did raise the threshold for requests.