Meet the Guy Selling Encrypted BlackBerrys to Australia's Underworld
The FBI claims that half the world's Phantom Blackberrys are used right here.
Encryption Pioneer Phil Zimmermann: 'People Want Their Privacy for Free'
His company Silent Circle is now aiming the Blackphone primarily at businesses, because they're willing to pay.
Blackphone Is the Right Phone for the Paranoid Android User
If you’re worried about security, but still want to use Android, this is the phone for you.
The First Cypherpunk Smartphone Is Built to Protect Your Privacy
The creator of PGP encryption built Blackphone to bring true smartphone privacy to users.
Your Best Defenses Against U.S. Government Snooping Just Disappeared
This week, two encrypted email providers shut down, and that’s bad news if you’d rather the government didn’t read your emails.
The Demise of Lavabit and Silent Circle Means Your Emails Will Never Be Safe from the Government
This week, two encrypted email providers shut down their services, and that’s very bad news if you’d rather the government didn’t read your emails. Clearly, the right to buy and sell on the free market and the right to privacy only apply to people who...
Hiding Your Calls and Texts from Big Brother
Silent Circle is a company that offers a way for individuals and companies to protect their communications from everyone from the NSA to run-of-the-mill identity thieves. They say they don't store your data and that their system is so secure that even...