Financial independence from Google isn't easy for a web browser.
The tech giants dispute the suggestion of a mass surveillance campaign.
Sheryl Sandberg and Jack Dorsey explain how their services decide which content is available to you.
A partnership with censorship-evading experts at Psiphon aims to keep the service going everywhere.
You might not really understand how encrypted messaging works, and you're not alone.
Companies in China use helmets that measure the brain signals of workers to gauge their emotional state, allowing managers to shift workload appropriately.
New in 2018, New York's Spyscape treats visitors to an array of fascinating artifacts as well as a set of interactive challenges designed to assess your attributes and abilities.
An AI company that works with Shenzen police is creating a system that'll use CCTV cameras to identify jaywalkers and send them a fine via messaging app.
The federal spending bill includes provisions that lower barriers to law enforcement requests for your emails, documents and other internet communications.
Jeanette Manfra, the top cybersecurity official at DHS, tells CNET about all the ways hackers can sow chaos in this year's primaries and midterm elections.
Judges say police and others have too much power to spy on your internet and phone records.
Lawmakers renew spy programs that collect massive amounts of global communications with little fuss. Privacy advocates say secrecy led to limited debate.
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