State of Surveillance
The legislation would ban the city from signing non-disclosure agreements with surveillance companies.
Vigilant Solutions said law enforcement is facing an "onslaught" of transparency requests from people who ... want government to be accountable to taxpayers.
Surveillance memes are everywhere because it feels like surveillance is everywhere.
The CLOUD Act is highly unpopular, but it passed, because Congress is dysfunctional.
Thousands of third party apps were designed solely to obtain and sell your data. It's no surprise that the data ended up being used again on Facebook, one of the biggest advertising platforms on Earth.
A company fined for exporting surveillance tools to Syria was invited to speak at a European police conference.
An investor from Saudi Arabia is apparently behind a company that bought a stake in the controversial spyware vendor.
Security researchers uncover several years-long espionage and hacking campaigns, pinpointing them to a specific building in Beirut, Lebanon.
Telecom companies scrapping plans to sell Huawei phones reeks of hysteria and protectionism.
Keith Gartenlaub seemed like he'd be the first person to challenge secret FISA court surveillance. Then an appeals court had a secret meeting with the government's lawyers.