"Early intervention aimed at identifying and helping troubled individuals before they become murderers is the only real solution here."
How a fake website for a fake company took the internet for a short and wild ride.
French lawmakers have spent this week debating a proposed law that has raised concerns over privacy and the government's power to implement a system of mass surveillance.
Oliver gives Snowden some much-needed real talk. Will it change anything?
Tuesday’s elections were not good for the internet or for your civil liberties.
In case you're late to the table here, the 2014 NZ election campaign has been super weird.
First it was al-Qaeda. Now it's ISIS. There's nothing like a new, distant threat to make people to forget they should care about their civil liberties.
Drones were so unpopular in Seattle that the police department there had to give them away. But nobody wants them—not even in Los Angeles, a city that already has helicopters flying overhead every day.
The Senate takes its first stab at real surveillance reform.
A Human Rights Watch/ACLU report says US mass surveillance policies could do "long-term damage to the fabric of democracy."
Mass surveillance programs are chilling the rights of journalists and lawyers, and weakening democratic institutions in the process, according to a new report authored by Human Rights Watch and the ACLU.