The EU Doesn't Hold Itself To Its Own Privacy Standards

Opinion | Alan Daley

the EU should start by criticizing its own surveillance of its own citizens.

How Did The NY Post Get Anthony Weiner's Texts And Pics?

DC Trawler | Jim Treacher
And why don't we know?

Crime At The Click Of A Mouse

Opinion | Donald J. Mihalek
A picture illustration shows YouTube on a cell phone, in front of a YouTube copyright message regarding a video on an LCD screen, in central Bosnian town of Zenica

Why is this coalition, which has gotten certain congressmen to do its behest, making it more difficult for law enforcement?

The War On Student Privacy

Opinion | Emmett McGroarty and Jane Robbins
Barack Obama high-fives children in a pre-kindergarten classroom at College Heights early childhood learning center in Decatur

Common Core corporations whitewash their data protection efforts

Hillary: After Brussels, We Need 'Honest Reckoning' On Surveillance, More 'Tracking Of Communications'

Elections | Derek Hunter

‘The kind of things, you know, people have been somewhat uncertain about in the past.’

New Security Laws Have Built-In Conflicts

Opinion | Alan Daley
The Blackphone, an Android software-based mobile which encrypts texts, voice calls and video chats, is displayed after being launched during the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona

The U.S., UK, and EU all have new privacy regimes that don’t mesh

The Calif. Cop Who Stole Nude Photos From Arrestees Won't Face Jail Time

US | Robert Pursell

‘Taken from the phone of my 10-15x while she’s in X-rays. Enjoy buddy!!!’

High-Speed Traffic Cameras Tracking Where You Go

Tech | Robert Pursell

Privacy concerns being raised with massive license plate registries

Researchers Expose Government Hacking Tools

Tech | Josh Evans
An illustration picture shows the logo of the U.S. National Security Agency on the display of an iPhone in Berlin

‘By dramatically lowering the entry cost on invasive and hard-to-trace monitoring, it lowers the cost of targeting political threats’

New Lamp Posts In Chicago Raise 'Big Brother' Fears

Tech | Hayley Hoefer

Is this technology a privacy threat?

Privacy Shouldn't Trump Free Speech

Opinion | Zach Graves
A man stands in front of a Google logo in Hong Kong

Do Europeans have a right to be forgotten?

DHS looking to build national license plate database

Tech | Kelsi Thorud
A snow and ice covered license plate is seen on a taxi in Times Square during a snow storm in Manhattan in New York

‘You’re just somehow never alone or away from the glaring eyes, in the minds of some, of Big Brother’

Drones: Coming to a public university near you

Education | Robby Soave

University of Alaska, Virginia Tech and Texas A&M among new drone test sites

Guess what?! NSA is tracking cell phone location data

Tech | Josh Peterson
An undated aerial handout photo shows the National Security Agency (NSA) headquarters building in Fort Meade, Maryland

The Justice Department denied in June that this was being done

Parents of alleged Silk Road founder launch legal fund, website

US | Charles C. Johnson

Ross Ulbricht an unlikely drug, theft and murder kngpin

California's choose-your-own locker room law faces ballot drive

Education | Eric Owens

‘The largest number of volunteer signatures ever submitted’

How to keep the new Xbox One from watching you like a complete creep now

Tech | Josh Peterson

‘You are in control of when Kinect is on or off’

Internal emails reveal Obama advisers concerned over Patriot Act

Tech | Josh Peterson
Mobile phone simulating call to German Chancellor Merkel next to a tablet showing the logo of NSA is seen in picture illustration taken in Frankfurt

Concerns date back as early as 2004