Amendment would have expanded the types of communication records the FBI could demand without a court order.
The tech giant touted "differential privacy" as a way of smartening up key apps in iOS 10 without having to access specific information about you.
The company says it has a multistep process for green-lighting research that involves info on users. Ethicists are involved.
A proposed amendment could grant the FBI access to your IP address and web-browsing history without requiring a warrant.
Three years after the world learned about US and UK surveillance programs, the reporter who helped publicize Edward Snowden's leaks says concerns over privacy have changed tech -- for the better.
Company is the first to publicly acknowledge receiving National Security Letters based on reforms to the Patriot Act. The special subpoenas give government access to tons of user data without a judge's review.
Windows 10 attempts to make privacy settings -- for tablets and PCs -- accessible.
If you're not a Facebook user but have ever visited the site, you'll probably start seeing ads via Facebook.
The complaint argues that gag orders are in violation of the Fourth Amendment.
The FBI's hacking method, which allowed agents to track the defendant as he allegedly perused the so-called Dark Web, leads a federal judge to exclude the very evidence that could lead to his conviction.
The Mac and iPhone maker rehires Jon Callas, who co-founded PGP and Silent Circle, two well-known firms devoted to secure communications.
Instead of typing a password or PIN, Google's Project Abacus analyzes how you use your phone to automatically log you in.
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