Government officials call for a way to protect consumers while also letting law enforcement see criminal data. But some specialists say it's not possible.
A Trump cybersecurity adviser says alternatives to the numbers could include a cryptographic key.
Telegram's founder Pavel Durov registered the company so it works in Russia's "legal framework," but won't succumb to pressure to hand over user data.
Australia says tech companies should be "thwarting" messaging encryption to stop terrorists, and it's pushing US companies in particular.
The debate between personal privacy and the ability to snoop on terrorists rages on.
Codebreakers' work played a key role in the Allied invasion on D-Day -- and created the world that’s led us to today’s encryption battles.
Soon, you'll be able to get back into accounts on multiple sites using Facebook instead of email for recovery. Facebook releases the tool at its F8 event.
Speaking at the annual cybersecurity conference, Tyson calls Edward Snowden patriotic and holds forth on the importance of science
A congressional committee says it's worried the conversations run afoul of federal record-keeping requirements.
In an era of leaked emails and government surveillance, Lavabit aims to lock its users' communications down.
The same government seeking to future-proof its secrets and our own digital privacy also wants to make sure it can bypass encryption.
After weaning itself from dependence on Google, the nonprofit plans to expand beyond the Firefox browser. That may clash with Trump administration priorities.
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