We’re no longer living in a world where a suspect can skip town and never be found.
Congress voted to nuke broadband privacy, but there are a few limited steps we can still take to protect our data.
The FBI used a single warrant, issued by a single judge, to hack into and search more than 8,000 computers around the world.
For hundreds of years nations have provided privacy protections for communications. The Internet should be covered too.
The government has a lot of power at the border. Here’s how to travel and keep your digital devices and information secure.
We don't want to live haunted by a cloud of uncertainty and vulnerability over surveillance.
Lawmakers are on the verge of taking away requirement that ISPs ask permission before using your data.
The Trump administration proposal would affect the rights of Americans, too.
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