Chicago is launching a creepy new campaign to blanket the mega-city in more surveillance through its Array of Things,...
Privacy is perhaps the greatest luxury anyone can buy, hence the trend for properties hidden from prying eyes and online searches
Spooks team up with Amazon to teach machines how to 'collect imagery at global scale'
Social network reveals the astonishing amount of data it holds on people who uses its services
Karen Kwiatkowski (Retired U.S. Air Force Lieutenant Colonel) comes on the show to talk about her recent article, Can the Deep State be Cured? - Davi Barker (Writer, Author, Artist, Agorist, Peace Advocate) Karen/Davi/Ernest
The Intercept recently began releasing batches of top secret internal newsletters from the most important division of the NSA, the Signals Intelligence Directorate, or SIGINT.
A discussion of 31 events establishing the "national security state", more often called today the "warfare state", beginning 1941 and ending this decade. Also: how to identify good evidence, how to unravel deep fraud, and a list of 22 helpful experts
Encryption tools that keep your digital communications hidden from prying eyes are becoming more widespread, and Canadian police say they need a law that compels people to hand over their passwords so cops can access those communications.
Intelligence, Privacy, and the Fourth Amendment
The retailer's aggressive cost cutting has unintended consequences.
The exposure of malicious software purportedly linked to the National Security Agency is likely a message from Moscow, former intelligence worker Edward Snowden said Tuesday, adding a layer of intrigue to a leak that has set the information security
WITHIN TWO WEEKS of its release last month, Pokemon Go, the augmented reality gaming sensation, surpassed, by one estimate, Twitter, Facebook, and Netflix in its day-to-day popularity on Android phones.
With widespread adoption among law enforcement, advertisers, and even churches, face recognition has undoubtedly become one of the biggest threats to privacy out there.
If you are a taxpayer in the Land of the Free, you may have recently received a love letter from the Social Security Administration that went something like this:
David Axe for the Daily Beast reports The Russian military is apparently getting ready to launch a new generation of high-tech spy satellites.It could help Moscow begin to match the as-yet-unrivaled resolution of America's own eyes in orbit.
The surveillance industry is notoriously secretive and opaque. But on Tuesday, activists at Privacy International released a searchable database on over 500 surveillance companies, including many of their brochures and export data.
Over a year before Edward Snowden shocked the world in the summer of 2013 with revelations that have since changed everything from domestic to foreign US policy but most of all, provided everyone a glimpse into just what the NSA truly does on a dail
And though he hadn't yet revealed it at the time of the conference in March, Signal's encryption protocol had been integrated into WhatsApp, the world's most popular messaging app, with over a billion users.
The bones of our democracy -- the core elements that separate that way of life from others -- lie in the First Amendment to the Constitution, specifically the rights to free speech and a free press.