India Is Using a 134-Year-Old Law Designed for Telegraphs to Monitor People's Encrypted Texts
Critics say that the government’s desire to monitor and control all online activity is moving India toward a complete surveillance state.
Congress Fears FCC Will Not Investigate Sale of Phone Location Data Before Time Runs Out
On Friday, members of a committee urged Ajit Pai’s FCC to provide details on its investigation into how phone carriers sold location data to bounty hunters.
NSO’s Spying Contract Doesn’t Limit Use of its Hacking Tools to Terrorism and Crime
The contract may be incomplete, but one included with WhatsApp’s lawsuit doesn’t tell NSO customers to limit hacking to prevent terrorism or serious crime.
40 Major Music Festivals Have Pledged Not to Use Facial Recognition Technology
Activists declare the first major victory against the spread of commercial facial recognition technology in the United States.