German researchers have developed a new technology that can identify a person in poor lighting or even in absolute darkness thus potentially solving one of the main issues of the modern face recognition systems.
Ten former military officers indicted for torturing and killing musician, playwright, and social activist Victor Jara
We discussed how NSA mass data collection makes us LESS safe; how the intentions behind it are not misguided but positively nefarious; how the lies that have been told about it are snowballing, and how Rand Paul presidential candidacy may uniquely re
Once society has set its course for total control, there is no bounds it will not cross in order to achieve it.
Blackfish cast member says he has evidence of a recently suspended SeaWorld employee being active under a different name as far back as 2012, as Peta also suspects espionage extends beyond 'Thomas Jones'
We need to hang him on the courthouse square as soon as we get a hold of him. Former vice chairman of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, Saxby Chambliss, on Edward Snowden
Reddit was once a place that represented freedom on the internet, but after receiving $50 million in funding the website took a different direction and became tightly controlled and heavily censored.
'Where does all this information go after they collect it?'
The director just wants every device and software manufacturer to volunteer to create backdoors for the government to snoop on Americans
Leaked emails from an Italian-based hacking company reveal that government agencies engage in surveillance more invasive than previously thought, spending millions of dollars on spyware and malware software to accomplish their questionable goals.
The public war of words over Americans' right to encrypt their communications and transactions will resume July 8 when the Senate Judiciary Committee holds a hearing featuring the federal government's most outspoken opponent of public encryption:
The NSA is gathering and eavesdropping on practically all communications emerging from South America, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange told Chilean publication El Mostrador Tuesday.
Ross McNutt has a superpower -- he can zoom in on everyday life, then rewind and fast-forward to solve crimes in a shutter-flash. But should he?