'Horror film' puts Internet privacy under spotlight
Stalking isn't Cullen Hoback's style, but the chance to confront Mark Zuckerberg about the dark side of the Internet was just too good to pass on.
Femtocell hackers from iSEC hear, see smartphone content
Experts say US spy alliance will survive Snowden (Update)
Britain needed U.S. intelligence to help thwart a major terror attack. New Zealand relied on it to send troops to Afghanistan. And Australia used it to help convict a would-be bomber.
Complaint in France to target Internet giants over spying
French rights groups are to file a criminal complaint Thursday in a bid to uncover the roles played by Internet giants in the widespread spying revealed by intelligence leaker Edward Snowden.
Digital age expanded the NSA's mission
It wasn't long ago that the National Security Agency, the intelligence agency responsible for intercepting global communications, seemed overwhelmed by the Internet.
EU agrees on talks with US to begin Monday (Update)
European Union officials on Friday said they will discuss "data protection and privacy rights" in parallel with trade talks with the United States next week.
Emails we weave: MIT's Immersion shows big picture
US intelligence chief sorry for 'erroneous' answer (Update)
Director of National Intelligence James Clapper apologized for telling Congress earlier this year that the National Security Agency does not collect data on millions of Americans, a response he now says was ...
Germany wants 'trust restored' after US spy report
The German government wants "trust restored" with the United States following reports that American intelligence agencies bugged European Union offices, and has invited the U.S. ambassador in Berlin to the ...
Spy program gathered Americans' Internet records
(AP)—The Obama administration gathered U.S. citizens' Internet data until 2011, continuing a spying program started under President George W. Bush that revealed whom Americans exchanged emails with and the Internet Protocol ...
Protection for whistleblowers: Computer science professor working on system that would allow for secret data transfer
Volker Roth, a professor of computer science at Freie Universität Berlin, is working in a project called AdLeaks to create a system that would make it possible for an individual to submit data over the Internet while remaining ...
Ideas for keeping your data safe from spying (Update)
Phone call logs, credit card records, emails, Skype chats, Facebook message, and more: The precise nature of the NSA's sweeping surveillance apparatus has yet to be confirmed.
Facebook starts first servers outside the US (Update)
Facebook on Wednesday started processing data through its first server farm outside the United States, on the edge of the Arctic Circle in Sweden.
Source of US intel leak outs self despite probe threat
A 29-year-old government contractor revealed himself on Sunday as the source of bombshell leaks of US monitoring of Internet users and phone records, as US intelligence pressed for a criminal probe.