Commentary: The tech industry's most interesting ideas always show up at the annual CES in Las Vegas, but sometimes we have to ask what the heck they were thinking.
Fighting to overcome government censorship of Instagram and WhatsApp, Iranians are seeking out virtual private networks in overwhelming numbers.
US Sen. Ron Wyden says the warrantless searches and collection of data from phones and other devices are "egregious violations" of traveler privacy.
NSO Group's software targeted activists, journalists, politicians and executives. Apple's new Lockdown Mode is designed to thwart it.
But experts say women at risk of prosecution need to be concerned about all of the apps on their phones, not just the health-related ones.
The Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade comes with a host of privacy concerns for people seeking health care.
LexisNexis and Appriss are giving ICE backdoor access to immigrants' protected data, the report says.
The virtual private network is one of several facing criticism after researchers reveal its use of root certificate installs.
The news comes as facial recognition systems are being more widely adopted, despite a lack of clear rules regarding their use.
Quantum computers could crack government communications and make the US military's jets and submarines more vulnerable, the Commerce Department says.
The deal will allow the executive to return to China, The New York Times reports.
But the company's biannual transparency report shows that governments worldwide still ask for data from tens of thousands of users.