In Future, the Internet Could Come Through Your Lightbulb
Several companies are already offering products for visible light communications.
by Epoch Times
Did a Rogue NSA Operation Cause the Death of a Greek Telecom Employee?
NSA whistleblower raises question on Athens incident.
by James Bamford

Microsoft Responds To Windows 10 Spying Concerns, But It will Still Collect Your Data
Why is Windows 10 phoning home even when we turn off all data collection and tracking features?
by Swati Khandelwal
Anonymous Strikes Saudi Websites to Protest Planned Crucifixion of Activist
Group posts video announcing “stage two of the #OpNimr campaign.”
by Sputnik

The Big Secret That Makes the FBI’s Anti-Encryption Campaign a Big Lie
FBI “routinely identifies, evaluates, and tests potential exploits in the interest of cyber security.”
by Jenna McLaughlin
Paris Imagines A World Without Cars
The city banned cars from major roadways yesterday as part of an environmental campaign, but some say it didn’t go far enough.
by Amar Toor

The UN Wants To Censor The Entire Internet To Save Feminists’ Feelings
Feminists call on governments to censor speech.
by Milo Yiannopoulos
Shut Down Obama's Animal Farm Database
President ramps up targeting as end of second term nears.
by Jon Bowne

TSA Checks Bags Near White House
Agency gropes people coming to see Pope Francis.
by Jakari Jackson
White House-Linked Groups Bankroll New 'Fact Checking Network'
Project funded by organizations that funded Kiev coup.
by Paul Joseph Watson

After a Century of Mass Government Surveillance, It’s Time for New Limits
Private-public intelligence collusion is nothing new.
by Alex Urbelis
Syrian war spurs first withdrawal from 'doomsday' Arctic seed vault
Vault has more than 860,000 samples, from almost all nations.
by Alister Doyle

TSA Agent Stole Passenger’s Money at Checkpoint, Police Say
TSA agent arrested and charged with petit larceny and possession of stolen property.
by Philip Messing
CIA, FBI And Much Of US Military Aren't Doing The Most Basic Things To Encrypt Email
Feds not utilizing the most basic steps to protect communications.
by Mike Masnick

Government Argues: If Your Mobile Phone Provider Knows Where You Are, Why Shouldn’t We?
“People cannot be deemed to have volunteered to forfeit expectations of privacy by simply seeking active participation in society through use of their cell phones.”
by Jenna McLaughlin
Kim Dotcom Extradition Hearing Begins in New Zealand
Defense has argued since his arrest that Dotcom should never have faced criminal charges and that any case against him should be heard in civil court.
by Nick Perry