A cache of documents shared with Motherboard show much broader interest from the U.S. government in using malware in criminal investigations.
Motherboard found that DMVs across the country are selling personal data likely without drivers’ knowledge, including to private investigators.
Sources and a document show how Google bars nonprofits from telling activists in certain countries about their products.
The EFF and Privacy International claim that when collected in aggregate, smart meter data can show when a person wakes up, goes to work, and clocks-out for the night.
UK-based activist group Privacy International has highlighted the international ramifications mass hacking operations.
But Microsoft says it's doing nothing wrong.
Leaked documents and emails show how several companies bid to give Syria powerful telephone and internet surveillance technology.
The Thai government is recruiting citizens, including children, to spy on each other on social media in order to spot anyone criticizing the royal family.
Privacy International and five internet and communications providers want to challenge GCHQ's bulk hacking practices again.
Privacy International's 'Surveillance Industry Index' keeps tabs on big brother.
Internal GCHQ documents obtained by a campaign group detail UK Intelligence Agency's use of "bulk personal datasets."