33 min ago | VentureBeat
With privacy concerns at a new high following revelations related to PRISM , it makes sense for VCs to invest in companies aiming to improve online privacy.
4 hrs ago | Freshnews
Davis Polk & Wardwell LLP today announces that Jon Leibowitz, former Chairman of the Federal Trade Commission , is joining the firm as a partner in its Washington, DC office.
8 hrs ago | The Skanner
Although the federal government secretly spied on Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and other civil rights leaders in the past, Blacks are more willing than Whites to have their privacy rights invaded if it will help investigate possible terrorists.
13 hrs ago | International Business Times
When news first broke of NSA's PRISM program, in which the national security agency gained access to communications and user data of millions of private individuals, Apple was one of the first companies to deny any involvement with the government program .
17 hrs ago | CIO
In light of recent news about NSA snooping and the PRISM program, CIO.com blogger Bill Snyder says because there is currently no clarity about the types of data the government can legally intercept, the Internet is facing a major crisis of confidence.
18 hrs ago | CBS News
NSA director Gen. Keith Alexander is expected to release a list of dozens of terror plots foiled by surveillance programs.
Getting help, getting answers, getting respect - all are significant challenges for those with serious, persistent mental illness and those who love them.
Two Canada Revenue Agency employees repeatedly violated privacy laws for years before being caught, with one of the employees no longer with the agency and the other no longer with access to taxpayers' information.
President Barack Obama does not believe the recently disclosed top-secret National Security Agency surveillance of phone records and Internet data has violated Americans' privacy rights, his chief of staff said.
Facebook, Microsoft release number of data requests from government Facebook and Microsoft for the first time on Friday said they had gotten data requests from the government under the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act, but they added that the U.S. government did not permit them to provide specific figures.
The newest crime-fighting tool in Camden lifts an observation post some 35 feet into the air, letting police scan a wide area with cameras, thermal-imaging equipment and other forms of surveillance technology.
At first Andy Denzel felt a little thrill of the chase. Like some private eye, he was solving the crime that had been committed against him.
The exposure of the Obama regime's use of the National Security Agency to secretly spy on the communications of hundreds of millions of US and overseas citizens has provoked worldwide denunciations.
Gina, 15, stood in front of a Starbucks in a mall in Asheville, N.C. In a tank top, shorts, and flip-flops, she talked about social media.
NPR has learned that the Obama administration, under pressure to lift a cloak of secrecy, is considering whether to declassify a court order that gives the National Security Agency the power to gather phone call record information on millions of Americans.
Google technicians prepare a balloon for launch in New Zealand. Google started a pilot program in June 2013 in the Canterbury area of New Zealand with 50 Wi-Fi testers trying to connect to 30 airborne balloons.