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?
Details about how the FBI could crack the phone quickly and cheaply. The FBI wants the legal precedent, not this phone.