Privacy International, the ACLU, and the Buffalo School of Law filed a series of FOIA requests seeking records about the use of hacking tools by U.S. federal law enforcement agencies.
Three representatives asked the Director of National Intelligence to create a report about how deepfakes could be used against the U.S. by hostile nations.
Blanket declassification of information related to the Page FISA warrant and Ohr’s counterintelligence work will have significant consequences beyond the Russia investigation.
Judge Brett Kavanaugh has gone out of his way to express support for the NSA’s bulk collection of call detail records and opposition to net neutrality in alarmingly activist fashion.
New York City served as IBM’s “primary testing area” for developing software that enables police to search surveillance video footage for skin color.
Most cell phone users already share far more personal information. Where does the assumption come from that they would object to collection and (at least triggered) reporting of serious threats by their devices? For those who object (exactly who,) what does less “pervasive secrecy” translate to in a quantifiable and transparently demonstrable way i.e. satisfy who with what?
Crowdsourcing and intelligence collection: How intel agencies and the public could stop WMD attacks through collaboration.
What happens when private firms have cyberweapons as powerful as those owned by governments?
Tensions between the U.S. and the EU on Privacy Shield will provide some clues about the future of global privacy legislation.
Contrary to what allies of the president have suggested, the absence of a hearing regarding the Carter Page FISA application is not cause for alarm or a conclusion that the court glossed over a FISA application.
A step-by-step of the missteps that allowed a Democratic candidate’s security clearance application fall into GOP hands.