You're invited to a public event on the evening of October 28 in downtown San Francisco featuring Ladar Levison and a discussion of the NSA's bulk surveillance programs.
A federal appeals court tells Ladar Levison, of the now-moribund email service Lavabit, that he didn't clearly articulate the legal issues at stake in his contempt of court appeal.
In a sit-down at CNET headquarters, Lavabit CEO Ladar Levison discusses the legal bureaucracy the US government employed to try to force him to become complicit with NSA surveillance.
Ladar Levison, who shuttered the Web mail service he founded -- and his only e-mail account -- when the U.S. government demanded access to his company's servers, tells CNET he created Lavabit because of the Patriot Act.
Lavabit owner Ladar Levison writes in a note to users that he would like to explain the reasons for the move but is prevented from doing so because "Congress has passed laws that say otherwise."
The Navy is using a three-dimensional imaging system and high-definition cameras on a drone helicopter set to identify potential pirate ships.
Encrypted e-mail service linked to NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden will allow former clients access to their e-mail archives and personal account data.
Provider of software that encrypts communications says it "sees the writing on the wall," citing Lavabit closure in confirming a decision it had been mulling for weeks.
A group of Australian students has developed an autonomous car driven by a smartphone. But don't expect to see it on the road just yet.
Mega.co.nz's Vikram Kumar explains why he's building private but not anonymous e-mail, why you won't see Google investing in end-to-end encryption, and lessons learned from the summer of Snowden.