When You Inevitably Get Hacked, Blame Public Wifi
If you must use it, here’s how to stay safe.
What's the Difference Between a Leaker and a Whistleblower?
The distinction may be the thing that keeps three WikiLeaks employees out of prison.
We Learned Very Little about Canada’s Cybersurveillance Agency, CSEC, in 2014
Except for a new report, which shows they joke about monitoring hockey fans.
The Hopelessly Romantic Republican Who Wants to Rein In NSA Spying
Mark Sanford, the former governor of South Carolina who disappeared for a week to visit his Argentine lover, is trying to chip away at the modern surveillance state.
Opposition Is Mounting Against the Conservatives’ Surveillance-Friendly Cyberbullying Bill
Bill C-13, which seeks to criminalize ‘revenge porn,' has been criticized roundly by lawyers, activists, journalists, NGOs, and even the families and survivors of cyberbullying themselves. None of this has done much to dissuade the Tories from pursuing...
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The Unknown Unknowns of the NSA
The revelations about America's most secretive intelligence agency keep coming: Today we found out that the NSA uses metadata and tracks the SIM cards of suspected terrorists' cellphones to locate targets for drone strikes.