Backed by ACLU lawyers, the Wikimedia Foundation seeks to continue its constitutional challenge to an NSA surveillance program.
Also on the podcast, we tackle the Gooligan hack hitting some Android devices, and Reddit's scandal over comment editing.
After weaning itself from dependence on Google, the nonprofit plans to expand beyond the Firefox browser. That may clash with Trump administration priorities.
US law enforcement now has an easier legal path to hack into any computer, anywhere in the world.
The newly passed "Snooper's Charter" means British police and intelligence agencies will soon be able to see every website that everyone in the UK visits.
Commentary: Two of this year's most powerful movies tell the stories of real people whose courage was shaped by technology.
Asked whether he'll pardon former NSA contractor Edward Snowden, the president doesn't say much.
Tensions mount at a cybersecurity event over Silicon Valley's role in helping law enforcement read encrypted terrorist communications.
Social Cues: Turns out people aren't too happy with allegations that their privacy may be jeopardized even more than they already knew.
The network is unprecedented, say privacy advocates, and could cause trouble for innocent citizens.
Data provided through a third-party social-media monitoring program allowed authorities to track civil unrest, says the ACLU.
A government directive ordered Yahoo to scan all user email for the digital "signature" of a terrorist group linked to a nation-state, according to The New York Times.
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