"I call for the president to obey the law”
Chris Christie is a uniquely American embarrassment
The real winners were actually the NSA
“The creepiest thing David Cameron has ever said.”
Residents not even informed of program, city officials refused to speak to media
Privacy advocates fear "terrifying" technology may be used in drivers licenses or for airport security
William Binney warns government snooping will lead to stagnation of society
Rand Paul grills DHS head into admission law is 'beyond my competence'
Spies failed to check properly what was being passed across to the US
New technology will have to fit inside 'cultural norms' to be accepted
License plates are a once-sensible administrative tool that today undercuts privacy
Students at a primary school in England can no longer run on the playground
Company following same process that caused Samsung privacy controversy
Spooks bragged at secret meeting about planting backdoors and key stroke loggers
Venezuelans soon may need to have their fingerprints scanned before they can buy bread and other staples
Chris Green is the first reporter to be allowed into the Dublin office where staff must decide where freedom of speech begins and ends
'Internet of Things' could have "catastrophic consequences"
Smart TVs prompt privacy backlash
The EU agency for judicial cooperation says the bloc needs to develop a common approach to lawfully intercept services like Skype and Viber
Hayden admits surveillance purposely targets ordinary Americans
Biohackers say it's time to prepare for governments & corporations implementing same technology
Documents reveal further details of mass government spying
State to seize control of cars via wi-fi sensors to reduce "traffic congestion" & global warming
One rule for them, another for us
Apple's iPhone has "special software" that authorities can activate remotely
"Privacy is dead," academic tells Davos elite
CEO predicts end of the web as an external concept at Davos confab
It's not just about 'fake news stories'
The powers that be have all-but-officially designated the American people as their enemy in a foggy battleground
Private communications being sent to government?