If Cuba seems the island time forgot, it’s not just because of the classic 1950s cars
The government reserves the right to keep security vulnerabilities secret, leaving users of affected software open to attack.
A new battle is shaping up over deployment of police body cameras
The TSA is testing whether "behavioral indicators of malicious intent” can be observed on a live video feed.
The government was the victim of a huge hack. Some would respond by letting it collect even more sensitive information.
Law enforcement has been using aircraft for many decades. So what’s spooky about reports of FBI fleet of low-circling planes?
The incorrect premise that privacy only matters when information is misused.
Government agencies have much to gain from working with, rather than against, the computer security research community.
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