Court told how the pair looked for Riyadh critics
Two former employees of Twitter were charged with spying for Saudi Arabia by snooping into thousands of private accounts seeking personal information about critics of the Riyadh government.
There might be a spy amongst us
Microsoft detected and helped block hacking attempts against three congressional candidates this year, a company executive said.
Would chuck away that phone if I were you
European leaders appeasing the rise of anti-immigration parties are using metadata on smartphones to start sending migrants back.
Court says there is nothing to worry about
Germany's spy agency can monitor major internet hubs if Berlin deems it necessary for strategic security interests, a federal court has ruled.
Worried about armed revolt
Having just spent a fortune giving big corporations and the very rich tax cuts while doing nothing for the poor and middle classes, the US Republicans want to maintain the iron grip that security forces have over the internet, just in case the rest of the country revolts by linking themselves to worldwide terrorist organisations.
This gear threatening security and human rights
The European Parliament has overwhelmingly backed plans to control exports of devices to intercept mobile phone calls, hack computers or circumvent passwords that could be used by foreign states to suppress political opponents or activists.
Lets spooks see what you are doing without you knowing
The fruity cargo cult Apple’s iOS operating system has a natty feature which allows spooks to turn on your phone so they can see what you are doing.
Finally realised that those are the main threat
US spooks are finally turning their considerable tech spying power on to the white men with guns who do most of the terrorism in the country.
Former NSA cybersecurity analysts think it is too risky
Two former NSA security experts have warned those who are concerned about privacy or have sensitive information against using Kaspersky software