Canada and the US will soon start working towards a new deal.
A trippy workshop in Brooklyn challenged people to keep their personal information private from data mongering companies.
On Wednesday, House Republicans voted to block Obama-era rules about information privacy for internet service providers. Now, the future of online privacy is in the very capable hands of one President Donald J. Trump.
Concern over abuse of power has been heightened by Brazil's current political chaos, which has exposed a cornucopia of unethical, and often allegedly criminal, conduct by political leaders across the spectrum.
Web companies could be made to store their users' internet browsing history for a year.
The way the internet is going, it won't be long until all your personal information and sexual quirks are out there for the world to see.
The letters sometimes contain misinformation and threaten legal action that will probably never occur.
In the aftermath of two terror attacks in rapid succession, the Canadian government is using the attacks to push through new laws "in the area of surveillance, detention and arrest."
The Harper Government Is Expanding Their Surveillance Policy to Treat Every Protester as a Potential Threat
The Conservative government recently decided to expand its public surveillance policy to include all protests and demonstrations, increasing access to info on even the most mundane of social movements. Some privacy advocates say the move is a slap in...
Wikileaks recently released a draft text from the negotiations of the Trade in Services Agreement, a 50-country trade deal currently under secret negotiation. The text has rankled privacy advocates—who say the US is arguing for the right for financial...