A giant database gives the FBI a lot of power, but the agency doesn't want accountability commensurate with that power
History shows that in the end, people always demand privacy.
The ACLU wants to find out if the government is engaged in censorship-by-proxy.
Defending a longstanding check on government power.
The Facebook news bias flap is a sign of our future of increasing controversies over embedded intelligence
Twitter has started to push back against federal government surveillance, but users deserve more.
Long airport lines are a reminder that the TSA wants to push Americans to join its background check program
Proposed rules would extend longstanding privacy protections to the internet--but will industry succeed in weakening them?