Broadband access is declining, data caps are becoming commonplace, surveillance is increasing, and encryption is under attack.
This is some House of Cards-style shit and you can't do anything about it.
Despite the unprecedented attention given to cybersecurity, Congress still doesn't get it.
Does CISA mean that the government will one day be able to see that you're reading this right now? Maybe!
The government and Apple fight over an iPhone, the Librarian of Congress gives a thumbs up to security research, and the Senate does a CISA all over itself.
A list of how every Senator voted on CISA.
A privacy-killing cybersecurity bill looks destined to become law.
A video has surfaced showing presidential candidate Senator Ted Cruz (R-Texas) saying he has never read it.
The Senate is finally going to vote on a privacy killing cybersecurity bill.
Today marks the closest CISPA or any of its successors have ever come to becoming law.
Dianne Feinstein says it's time for the internet to stop fighting CISA.
The department said the bill risks sweeping away “important privacy protections.”