The group’s cyberwarriors are underfunded and poorly organized, but a recent shakeup could signal a change.
The agency’s list is growing as foreign hackers continue to attack the U.S.
Law enforcement can access privately-collected location information about cars—and some low-income neighborhoods have faced extra scrutiny.
New software will help low-income people and communities of color to record their experiences with law enforcement—in order to create a crowdsourced map of their behavior.
The city is building the biggest and fastest free network in the country—but it could put low-income users' privacy at risk.
Surveillance and public-benefits programs gather large amounts of information on low-income people, feeding opaque algorithms that can trap them in poverty.
New research shows that social-media users who said they have “nothing to hide” from the government often avoid posting controversial opinions on Facebook.
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Getting cash or discounts for your personal data could give you more control over it—but may help turn privacy into a premium feature.
The candidate outlined his half-baked “cyber thought process” in an interview with The New York Times.
The company no longer has to help the FBI hack an iPhone, but now it has to deal with questions about its security features.
The people that most need privacy often can’t afford the smartphones that provide it.
The FBI’s most-wanted list for cybercrime has grown by nearly 50 percent this week.
The FBI added two Syrian hackers to its most-wanted list for cybercriminals, charging them with attacking dozens of U.S. companies, media organizations, and even the White House.
The Justice Department is testing a new method to get into the San Bernardino shooter’s phone.
Bugs like this one reveal the difficulty of keeping data completely safe.
Madison Avenue’s best talent met with government officials multiple times in recent months to discuss how to counter radicalization online.
On last night’s episode, the late-night host took Apple’s side in its legal case against the FBI.
A coalition of civil rights groups wants to be included in the meetings to keep the feds in check.
Just months after millions of Americans had their fingerprint data stolen by hackers, a pair of researchers found a cheap and easy way to copy them.