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Facebook is looking to get more involved in suicide prevention.

Facebook introduces new encryption features

Jun 2, 2015
The social networking site is allowing users to send scrambled messages.
Posted In: Facebook, encryption

Secure phones (and apps) hit consumer market

Jan 6, 2015
When it comes to mobile security, it's not just the phone that matters.
Posted In: cybersecurity, sony hacks, encryption

FBI head concerned over Apple and Google encryption

Oct 17, 2014
Unbreakable encryption means "going dark" for law enforcement.
Posted In: encryption, Google

Google announces it will reward secure websites

Aug 7, 2014
Encrypted websites will receive higher search rankings from Google.
Posted In: Google, encryption

In search of better email encryption

Jul 23, 2014
Making email encryption more user friendly
Posted In: email, encryption, web privacy

President Obama isn't allowed to get a new iPhone for Christmas

Dec 6, 2013
President Obama revealed this week that he isn't allowed to have an iPhone. The Secret Service makes him stick to a BlackBerry.
Posted In: Barack Obama, secret service, Blackberry, encryption

What can Google do?

Sep 9, 2013
Google says it’s going to boost its encryption efforts to better safeguard our data. It can't promise to keep us totally secure, but the effort's worth plenty of PR points.
Posted In: encryption, data, Google

NSA working to undermine the last ten years of encryption

Sep 9, 2013
New information about NSA surveillance activity emerges. Even encrypted data is vulnerable to its data mining.
Posted In: nsa, Edward Snowden, encryption, internet security

Who's surveilling the surveillers?

Sep 6, 2013
Will the revelation that data encryption isn’t as secure as thought change the way businesses operate?
Posted In: nsa, Snowden, encryption

Silent Circle's Phil Zimmermann on why it's shuttering its encrypted email service

Aug 9, 2013
Following Lavabit's lead, Silent Circle ends its encrypted email service so clients can avoid government scrutiny.
Posted In: online privacy, encryption, Edward Snowden

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