Your employer may know you're reading this

Nov 14, 2013
Companies are closely watching employees -- tracking everything from smartphones to big-rigs.
Posted In: workplace, surveillance

Think your AT&T bill is big? Try picking up the CIA's spying tab

Nov 8, 2013
The CIA is said to pay AT&T more than $10 million a year for access to phone records.
Posted In: cia, nsa, NSA leaks, surveillance, AT&T

Apple discloses government information requests, too

Nov 6, 2013
Apple, Inc. is trying to give customers a sense of how often governments around the world officially demand private data.
Posted In: apple, NSA leaks, surveillance

Former NSA chief finds out what it's like to be spied on

Oct 25, 2013
If you're a former high ranking intelligence official giving an anonymous interview bashing the Obama administration on a train, make sure no one with a Twitter account is in earshot.
Posted In: nsa, Twitter, surveillance

Is your email safe anywhere?

Oct 14, 2013
Is email completely secure anywhere in the world?
Posted In: email, surveillance, cybersecurity

NSA's new Utah data center plagued with debilitating meltdowns

Oct 9, 2013
Electrical surges at a National Security Agency hub has delayed the center’s opening for over a year.
Posted In: nsa, data storage, surveillance

'PRISM on steroids': Russia amps up surveillance ahead of Olympics

Oct 8, 2013
Attention all athletes and visitors to the Winter Olympics in Sochi: someone is listening to you.
Posted In: Russia, Olympics, surveillance

Israel gets raw and unfiltered data from the NSA

Sep 12, 2013
According to the latest document leak from Edward Snowden.
Posted In: nsa, Edward Snowden, Israel, surveillance

An alternative to the Internet?

Sep 10, 2013
Worried about NSA surveillance? One option is to operate on an entirely separate network.
Posted In: nsa, surveillance, Internet, privacy, internet security

More privacy concerns as leaks emerge that NSA can break encrypted data

Sep 6, 2013
More NSA revelations means even more concern about online privacy.
Posted In: privacy, internet security, nsa, Edward Snowden, surveillance