It's unknown who compiled the list or how, but it includes everything from phone numbers to marital status.
According to documents obtained by Motherboard, the use of the predictive policing software PredPol is far more widespread than previously reported.
In a hearing with the House Judiciary Committee on Tuesday, Google CEO Sundar Pichai kept saying the company has no plans right now to launch a search product in China. But that response leaves plenty of room to launch when it does want to.
Saud Al-Qahtani, a close advisor of crown prince Mohammed bin Salman, was tasked with buying Hacking Team spyware, and apparently moonlighted as a member of online cybercrime website Hack Forums.
RIP TouchID, 2013-2018.
“India's intelligence agencies are already some of the least regulated in the world, a data protection law should not be making government invasions of privacy even easier.”
The US city of Hartford is embracing a sophisticated surveillance apparatus that some civil liberties advocates fear marks an ominous trend.
After a member of the information security community provided evidence to Facebook's chief information security officer, the company has terminated a security engineer who allegedly used their work position to stalk women online.
You might not be able to afford the privilege of deleting Facebook, or you just kinda want to be able to keep tabs on your friends. If that’s the case, here’s how to use Facebook in the safest way possible.
Some were stunned at the increasingly aggressive attacks on the Bureau as the Russia investigation inches closer to the Oval Office.
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VICE meets up with people who claim they're victims of "gang stalking"—a vast organised surveillance plot.