A CONVERSATION WITH PRIVACY ACTIVISTS LAURA POITRAS AND JACOB APPELBAUM
Facebook now builds wireless antennas that can beam Internet signals across cities and well beyond.
The number of people connecting to Facebook over Tor has been increasing over the past year. The company announced on Friday that, this month, the figure exceeded 1 million visitors.
The activist talks to Popular Science about digital naïveté
Voorhees reiterated that no customer funds were at risk, and those who had pending trades at the time of the shutdown are urged to contact ShapeShift in order to secure their funds.
Apple's move to encrypt your iPhone and WhatsApp's rollout of end-to-end encrypted messaging have generated plenty of privacy applause and law enforcement controversy. But more quietly, a small non-profit project has enacted a plan to encrypt the
When Facebook News Feed guru Will Cathcart took the stage at F8 to talk about news, the audience was packed. Some followed along on Twitter. Others streamed the session online. Journalists, developers, and media types all clamored to catch a glimpse
I would like it if you could get somebody on your show to talk about the design and implementation issues at the Open Bazaar project. They have been making extraordinary claims for sometime now, and I think very few people in the liberty community haveRead Letter
Popular instant messaging app WhatsApp it is turning on end-to-end encryption for all its users by default. Every call a user makes, every text message they send, all photos and videos they share will now be secure with the encryption status visible
What [the game] Werewolf can teach us about trust, security and rational choices in communities that are, or are at risk of, being infiltrated by a threat. I'm not a security expert, but I spend time thinking about negotiation, collaboration and tr
End users should not have to worry about managing encryption keys when they want to communicate securely, but they also should not have to trust their secure communication service providers to act in their interest.
FreeTalkLive airs daily on 160+ radio stations and an FBI raid failed to silence them.
A link to a website which publishes photos without authorisation of the author does not in itself constitute a copyright infringement, an adviser to Europe's top court said on Thursday.
Stephen Lendman (Progressive businessman, writer) on 'The Dark Forces Behind Anti-Trumpism'- Paige Peterson (Communications & Outreach @ MaidSafe) provides an update on the decentralized internet - Luke Rudkowski - Updating us on what is going on wit
A commissioner at the US Federal Trade Commission who is leaving the agency after six years of working on consumer privacy issues has some critical words for the ad industry.
Trevor Paglen and Jacob Appelbaum create beautiful, acrylic-encased computers that are also Tor nodes, anonymizing data that passes through them, and install the in art galleries all over the world, so that patrons can communicate and browse anonymou
In early 2015, Reddit published a transparency report that contained heading for National Security Requests, noting, "As of January 29, 2015, reddit has never received a National Security Letter, an order under the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance A
… Along with the crackdown on dissent and freedom of speech, as well as an increasingly ideological tone, some observers worry that Chinese politics is now taking a more authoritarian direction of the kind not seen since the days of Chairman Mao.
Speculation--no matter how baseless--that online black markets for weapons helped make the terrorist attacks in Paris and Brussels possible hasn't helped the reputation of the dark web's anonymous corner of the internet.
The Aite Group projects the blockchain market could be valued at $400 million by 2019. For that reason, some of the biggest names in banking, industry and technology have entered into the space to evaluate how this technology could change the financi
What's Happening Here? We're a rapidly growing community of like minded people who have come to seen.life because our privacy is respected and we still have the freedom to share our opinions without fear of censorship.
The most telling tidbit of information from President Obama's visit to Cuba thus far was this disclaimer sent in an email to reporters by Laura Haim, a White House correspondent for the French TV station Canal Plus: "Apologies all for the delay /
Two groups of people make money from the so-called dark web: Criminals who use it to peddle illegal goods, and the companies who offer to track them on behalf of law enforcement and private clients.
Alphabet Inc's Google is poised to expand Internet access in Cuba, U.S. President Barack Obama told ABC News in an interview during his historic visit to the island nation.
In June 2011, Julian Assange received an unusual visitor: the chairman of Google, Eric Schmidt, arrived from America at Ellingham Hall, the country house in Norfolk, England where Assange was living under house arrest.
In the US, HotSpot Shield is best known as an easy way to protect your personal information while using public Wi-Fi -- at, say, Starbucks -- while also letting you trick services like Netflix into thinking you live in Canada or the UK to access mo
Now Dropbox has cut out the middleman and built its own super servers, challenging the internet's biggest cloud computing companies.
The J.J. Abrams/Google/XPrize project follows Lunar XPrize participants
As crime continues to proliferate on the so-called dark web, law enforcement agencies are sometimes having to work outside of their jurisdiction