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Republicans Praise FCC Chairman Pai�s New Transparency Initiative February 11, 2017
A federal case over the prices inmates pay for phone calls turned �really strange� February 11, 2017
President Trump Signs Executive Order Temporarily Halting All Refugees January 29, 2017
Tech Industry Frets Over Possible Immigration Changes January 29, 2017
Encrypted Email Service Once Used by Edward Snowden Relaunches January 22, 2017
Edward Snowden’s leave to remain in Russia extended for three years January 18, 2017
Obama Commutes Bulk of Chelsea Manning�s Sentence< January 17, 2017
�Never Trump� national-security Republicans fear they have been blacklisted January 16, 2017
Chelsea Manning Describes Bleak Life in a Men�s Prison January 14, 2017
Twitter�s Jack Dorsey is �thinking a lot about� an edit-tweet button January 10, 2017
Facebook Doesn�t Tell Users Everything It Really Knows About Them January 10, 2017
Why @Twitter has failed us� January 10, 2017
Best Buy Geek Squad Informant Use Has FBI on Defense in Child-Porn Case January 9, 2017
Self-Proclaimed Inventor of Email Files Defamation Lawsuit Against Techdirt’s Mike Masnick January 9, 2017
Twitter�s Jack Dorsey is �thinking a lot about� an edit-tweet button January 5, 2017
Lawsuit against organization that makes presidential debate rules January 5, 2017
Inside the hate-filled echo chamber of racism and conspiracy theories December 19, 2016
The Web Should Just Work for Everyone December 13, 2016
Alexa and Google Home Record What You Say. December 10, 2016
‘He will fight to the last breath’: Julian Assange’s mother speaks out six years after his arrest December 8, 2016
Julian Assange’s Full Statement This is the full, 19-page statement given to Swedish and Eccuadorian prosecutors on November 14th and 15th, 2016. December 7, 2016
Fifteen staff members who worked on a well-known bipartisan intelligence watchdog committee wrote to President Barack Obama and Attorney General Loretta Lynch on Monday requesting the administration negotiate a plea agreement with former NSA contractor Edward Snowden. December 2, 2016
Reddit�s CEO edited comments on a pro-Trump thread and everyone should care November 26, 2016
Pentagon and intelligence community chiefs have urged Obama to remove the head of the NSA November 20, 2016
Trump�s CIA Director Pick Thinks Using Encryption �May Itself Be A Red Flag� November 20, 2016
lawmakers renew calls for james clapper perjury charges November 19, 2016
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SAN FRANCISCO � Late on Tuesday night, as it became clear that Donald J. November 13, 2016
One of the most important phases of the transition to power for President-elect Donald Trump includes briefings on U. November 13, 2016
If the election goes into overtime . November 7, 2016
Time to Dump Time Zones November 6, 2016
The Greatest Myths About Daylight Saving Time November 6, 2016
Auto Format November 5, 2016
Fox News apologizes for falsely reporting that Clinton faces indictment November 5, 2016
Chelsea Manning Tried Committing Suicide a Second Time in October November 5, 2016
Yes, we can validate the Wikileaks emails October 31, 2016
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Once again, major record labels are asking a court to give them power over the Internet�s basic infrastructure. October 6, 2016
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https://www. September 27, 2016
Yes, I’ll get gender surgery. September 22, 2016
Alleged hacker Lauri Love to be extradited to US September 18, 2016
Stop President Obama�s Internet giveaway September 18, 2016
Will Trump Release His Tax Returns? September 14, 2016
What The Response To Johnson�s Slip-Up Says About American Politics September 8, 2016
Justice Dept. September 8, 2016
Google Chrome Will Start Shaming Unencrypted Websites in January September 8, 2016
Exclusive: How Edward Snowden Escaped September 7, 2016
Psychologist: Assange’s situation can become life-threatening September 7, 2016
Why the advertising industry needs to embrace AdBlock September 5, 2016
Microsoft gains support from Mozilla, EFF, Google and Apple in fight against US gagging orders September 5, 2016
A Father’s View of Autism � The Very Opposite of Disability September 5, 2016
The most absurd Internet privacy class-action settlement ever September 3, 2016
Hillary Clinton may have sent even more classified info through email September 3, 2016
Mozilla will give half of Firefox users a snappier browser September 3, 2016
Former GOP Donor Goes in Big for Gary Johnson September 1, 2016
Photo-storage service Picturelife shuts down 18 months after being acquired September 1, 2016
Livestream of Kim Dotcom extradition hearing a first for New Zealand August 31, 2016
Twitter�s new button lets you accept private messages from your website August 25, 2016
Word Games: What the NSA Means by �Targeted� Surveillance Under Section 702 August 25, 2016
If you want the best Olympics viewing experience, stream the Summer Games August 10, 2016
Senior GOP Officials Exploring Options if Trump Drops Out August 4, 2016
EFF Lawsuit Takes on DMCA Section 1201: Research and Technology Restrictions Violate the First Amendment July 24, 2016
France orders Microsoft to stop collecting excessive user data July 24, 2016
Never-Trump Confidential July 19, 2016
NBC won’t broadcast Rio Olympics opening ceremonies live July 13, 2016
Silent Circle silently snuffs out its warrant canary — but claims it’s a “business decision” July 11, 2016
Washington Has Been Obsessed With Punishing Secrecy Violations — Until Hillary Clinton July 11, 2016
He Was a Hacker for the NSA and He Was Willing to Talk. I Was Willing to Listen June 29, 2016
Ladar Levison finally confirms Snowden was target of Lavabit investigation June 24, 2016
Sweden asks to meet Julian Assange inside Ecuador embassy June 22, 2016
Senate votes down proposal to expand FBI surveillance powers June 22, 2016
As quietly as possible, the government is renewing its assault on your privacy | Trevor Timm | Opinion | The Guardian June 22, 2016
Would Donald Trump really drop out for $150 million? June 21, 2016
Tech Companies Fight Back After Years of Being Deluged With Secret FBI Requests June 21, 2016
Silk Road Prosecutors Argue Ross Ulbricht Doesn’t Deserve a New Trial June 19, 2016
The Fifth Amendment limits on forced decryption and applying the ‘foregone conclusion’ doctrine June 16, 2016
Apple unbundles its native apps like Mail, Maps, Music and more, puts them in the App Store June 13, 2016
Apple announces iOS 10 with 10 major features and redesigns June 13, 2016
Gawker’s Bankruptcy Is How a Free Press Dies, One VC at a Time June 11, 2016
Judge: Failing Megaupload Servers Should Be Repaired, Not Copied June 11, 2016
Gawker files for bankruptcy and says it will sell the company to Ziff Davis or someone else June 10, 2016
Why a Guantanamo Detainee Would Refuse a Chance to Leave June 8, 2016
Appeals Court Doubles Down On Dangerous Ruling: Says Website Can Be Blamed For Failing To Warn Of Rapists June 2, 2016
FBI Kept Demanding Email Records Despite DOJ Saying It Needed a Warrant June 2, 2016
Push for encryption law falters despite Apple case spotlight June 1, 2016
Eric Holder: Snowden did ‘public service’ by leaking secrets June 1, 2016
A Huge, Huge Deal May 26, 2016
What does the new Inspector General report actually tell us about Hillary Clinton’s emails? May 26, 2016
Chelsea Manning’s Appeal Took Three Years to File. Here’s Why May 23, 2016
Google takes right to be forgotten battle to France’s highest court May 19, 2016
Amazon will start selling its own private-label groceries, diapers, and more May 19, 2016
The Most Intriguing Spy Stories From 166 Internal NSA Reports May 17, 2016
Suspect who won’t decrypt hard drives jailed indefinitely May 5, 2016
Whistleblowing Is Not Just Leaking — It’s an Act of Political Resistance May 5, 2016
After Missteps, U.S. Tightens Rules for Espionage Cases May 4, 2016
The government wants your fingerprint to unlock your phone. Should that be allowed? May 4, 2016
The Feed Is Dying May 4, 2016
Supreme Court Gives FBI More Hacking Power May 1, 2016
Stop Saying Facebook Tweaked Its Algorithm April 28, 2016
DOJ withdraws motion to force Apple to unlock NYC iPhone April 22, 2016
Secret Court Takes Another Bite Out of the Fourth Amendment April 22, 2016
Merrick Garland, John Roberts usually agreed on appeals court April 6, 2016
Hundreds of requests to unlock phones flood FBI April 6, 2016
FBI Says a Mysterious Hacking Group Has Had Access to US Govt Files for Years April 5, 2016
7 Website Navigation Tips for a User Friendly Website April 5, 2016
A spiritual successor to Aaron Swartz is angering publishers all over again April 4, 2016
Data leaks of the rich and famous: Panama Papers show no one’s secrets safe April 4, 2016
Reddit Hints—Without Saying Anything—That It Got a National Security Letter April 3, 2016
FBI Is Pushing Back Against Judge’s Order to Reveal Tor Browser Exploit March 31, 2016
The DOJ Is Still Pursuing Apple Over an iPhone in New York March 30, 2016
U.S. Says It Has Unlocked iPhone Without Apple March 29, 2016
FBI Reveals New Details About Its Probe Into Hillary Clinton’s Use of Private Email Server March 27, 2016
Lawmakers say NSA plan to expand sharing data ’unconstitutional March 26, 2016
Twitter says few users have opted out of its new, algorithmic timeline March 26, 2016
Kim Dotcom Fights For “Mega Millions” in U.S. Appeals Court March 26, 2016
“Snowden has done a service”: Former Bush official Lawrence Wilkerson applauds the whistleblower March 25, 2016
Blendle News Service Launches With New York Times, Wall Street Journal March 23, 2016
Senate proposal on encryption gives judges authority over Apple March 23, 2016
AT&T will start selling you cable TV over the Internet March 23, 2016
My Take on FBI’s “Alternative” Method | Zdziarski’s Blog of Things March 22, 2016
Everything You Need to Disable in Windows 10 March 22, 2016
DOJ To Court: Hey, Can We Postpone Tomorrow’s Hearing? We Want To See If We Can Use This New Hole To Hack In March 21, 2016
When will the US government stop persecuting whistleblowers? | Chelsea Manning | Opinion March 21, 2016
Sad about Tumblr — The Startup — Medium March 20, 2016
Apple CEO Tim Cook on FBI, Security, Privacy: Transcript March 20, 2016
Senators close to finishing encryption penalties legislation March 19, 2016
Apple Encryption Engineers, if Ordered to Unlock iPhone, Might Resist - The New York Times March 18, 2016
A Government Error Just Revealed Snowden Was the Target in the Lavabit Case March 17, 2016
Florida Sheriff: I’ll Throw ‘Rascal’ Tim Cook in Jail Over Encryption March 14, 2016
WhatsApp Encryption Said to Stymie Wiretap Order March 13, 2016
DOJ to Apple: Start Cooperating or You’ll Get the Lavabit Treatment March 12, 2016
Feds: New judge must force iPhone unlock, overturning ruling that favored Apple March 7, 2016
Congress showed it’s willing to fight the FBI on encryption. Finally March 2, 2016
Apple prevails in forced iPhone unlock case in New York court February 28, 2016
Donald Trump’s Business Record Demands More Scrutiny February 28, 2016
Justice Alito Addresses Prospect of an 8-Member Court February 28, 2016
FBI Waited 50 Days before Asking for Syed Rezwan Farook’s iCloud Data February 25, 2016
America Won Tonight’s Debate February 25, 2016
We Could Not Look the Survivors in the Eye if We Did Not Follow this Lead - Lawfare February 23, 2016
Decrypting an iPhone for the FBI - Schneier on Security February 23, 2016
Say What You Want About Justice Antonin Scalia, He Was Great for Technology February 15, 2016
DC Federal Court To Hold Hearing On Status Of Three NSA MassSurveillance Cases February 11, 2016
The Working Group on Arbitrary Detention Deems the deprivation of liberty of Mr. Julian Assange as arbitrary February 5, 2016
Julian Assange is being ‘arbitrarily held’, UN panel to say February 4, 2016
Netflix cracks down on customers using VPNs, proxies, and unblockers January 16, 2016
Twitter’s reported plans to remove Twitter’s defining feature are terrible January 11, 2016
Twitter Considering 10,000-Character Limit for Tweets January 11, 2016
Exploiting Emotions About Paris to Blame Snowden, Distract from Actual Culprits Who Empowered ISIS November 18, 2015
Judge Deals a Blow to N.S.A. Data Collection Program November 10, 2015
Fisa courts stifle the due process they were supposed to protect. End them | Chelsea E Manning | Comment is free | The Guardian November 5, 2015
‘Dark mail’ debut will open door for Lavabit’s return, says Ladar Levison November 4, 2015
HTTP 451 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia November 1, 2015
Shaker Aamer released from Guantánamo Bay after 14-year detention November 1, 2015
After guilty plea, judge confused as to why prosecutors still want iPhone unlocked October 31, 2015
Two Intended Consequences CISA Supporters Will Be Responsible For October 27, 2015
CISA passes the Senate despite opposition from tech firms, privacy advocates October 27, 2015
Apple, Google and Twitter among 22 tech companies opposing Cisa bill October 23, 2015
Police: Assange would be arrested if he left embassy to visit hospital October 15, 2015
Obama Won’t Seek Access to Encrypted User Data October 13, 2015
Internet Providers Would Be Forced to Block Filesharing Sites Under TPP October 13, 2015
Google’s plan to speed up the mobile Web: Burn it down October 12, 2015
Trade Officials Announce Conclusion of TPP—Now the Real Fight Begins October 9, 2015
Day Eight: Why You’re Getting Worse At Reading October 9, 2015
Twitter Plans to Go Beyond Its 140-Character Limit October 3, 2015
Good News, Everyone! Chrome Just Killed Flash Ads September 11, 2015
Google to Start Testing Grocery Deliveries This Year September 8, 2015
Read Mobi eBooks on Kindle for PC September 8, 2015
Kentucky clerk who fought gay marriage is released from jail September 8, 2015
Deputies of Kentucky clerk jailed over gay marriage stance will issue licenses September 6, 2015
Introducing Pure Blogging, Where It’s All About the Content August 27, 2015
No, Microsoft is not spying on you with Windows 10 August 27, 2015
AT&T Helped U.S. Spy on Internet on a Vast Scale August 22, 2015
Google Says More People Are Interested in Deez Nuts Than Hillary Clinton August 22, 2015
Deez Nuts for President? Why Not, Says Iowa Farm Boy August 22, 2015
Rev. Jesse Jackson visits Julian Assange in London August 22, 2015
Horrifically, GOP defends NSA’s illegal surveillance of U.S. citizens August 17, 2015
Comcast Data Caps: The reason behind the 300 GB per month limit August 17, 2015
Movie Studios Seek SOPA Power Through Broad Site-Blocking Order August 4, 2015
Kim Dotcom promises to launch an open-source competitor to Mega (updated) August 2, 2015
Civil-Liberties Groups Sue TSA Over Body-Scanner Non-Rules July 22, 2015
How a first crack cocaine offense led to a life sentence July 21, 2015
GOP contenders embrace criminal justice reform July 21, 2015
Snowden to the IETF: Please make an internet for users, not the spies July 21, 2015
Rumor: Hulu Considering Ad-Free Tier July 20, 2015
Google+ Photos Is Shutting Down On August 1st July 20, 2015
Former Reddit CEO Ellen Pao: The trolls are winning the battle for the Internet July 16, 2015
Hacking Team leak releases potent Flash 0day into the wild July 15, 2015
Reddit rival Voat is under a DDoS attack, possibly from Reddit loyalists July 13, 2015
Oscar-Winner Laura Poitras Sues After U.S Ignores FOIA Request July 13, 2015
President Barack Obama commutes federal prison sentences for nonviolent drug offenders from New Orleans July 13, 2015
Reddit’s new CEO Steve Huffman: ‘We will reconsider all our policies’ July 11, 2015
Ellen Pao Resigns as Reddit Interim CEO After User Revolt July 11, 2015
Caspar Bowden, Pro-Privacy Campaigner, Dies Of Cancer July 9, 2015
We’re turning comments off for a bit July 7, 2015
snopes.com: How Are Baby Carrots Made? July 6, 2015
WikiLeaks - Bugging Brazil July 4, 2015
List of BBC web pages which have been removed from Google’s search results July 4, 2015
How the internet still fails disabled people July 4, 2015
Pirate Bay founders: FBI has Prenda Law under investigation July 3, 2015
Reddit revolts: subforums shut down in protest over AMA coordinator sacking July 2, 2015
As FBI Fearmongers About ‘Going Dark’ Because Of Encryption, Actual Wiretaps Almost Never Run Into Encryption July 2, 2015
Court Rules NSA Bulk Data Collection Can Resume July 1, 2015
Silk Road: Undercover agent admits stealing Bitcoin July 1, 2015
Revealed: How DOJ Gagged Google over Surveillance of WikiLeaks Volunteer June 20, 2015
An Early Net-Neutrality Win: Rules Prompt Sprint to Stop Throttling June 18, 2015
Airline industry proposes perfect-size carry on bag June 17, 2015
Siri in iOS 9 gets a new look and more intelligence June 8, 2015
Edward Snowden: The World Says No to Surveillance June 5, 2015
Reporter says Pentagon agreed to give up docs if he never submits another FOIA request June 2, 2015
An Apple customer’s thoughts on Google I/O 2015 May 29, 2015
NSA reformers to McConnell: You have one ‘viable’ option left May 25, 2015
NSA bulk phone records collection to end despite USA Freedom Act fail May 24, 2015
Obama Takes Unexpected Setback On Trade Agenda As Fast Track Passes Senate May 22, 2015
Future Of NSA Reform Uncertain As Senate Schedules Rare Saturday Vote May 21, 2015
Rand Paul Starts ‘Filibuster’ of Patriot Act Renewal May 20, 2015
Sens. Paul and Wyden may be stopping “clean” reauthorization of Section 215 right now May 19, 2015
Other People’s Playlists May 18, 2015
Tech giants don’t want Obama to give police access to encrypted phone data May 18, 2015
The FBI’s most-wanted man for digital piracy thinks he has solved illegal movie streaming May 17, 2015
The Senate Is About to Decide the Future of NSA Spying May 17, 2015
215 Reasons Why Section 215 Needs to Go Away | American Civil Liberties Union May 16, 2015
Important USA Freedom Act provisions are not being discussed May 14, 2015
Justin Amash - Last week, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second… May 13, 2015
Avoiding the Sting: U.S. Organization Proposes Different Approach to “Radicalization” May 11, 2015
Ex-C.I.A. Officer Sentenced in Leak Case Tied to Times Reporter May 10, 2015
Why the ruling against the NSA’s phone records program could have huge implications May 10, 2015
OMG: 2.1 million people still use AOL dial-up May 8, 2015
NSA’s phone spying program ruled illegal by appeals court May 7, 2015
[UPDATED with details and analysis] BREAKING: Second Circuit rules that Section 215 does not authorize telephony bulk collection program May 7, 2015
One of the Biggest Privacy Wins in Recent Memory Has Been Reversed May 5, 2015
WikiLeaks Finally Brings Back Its Submission System for Your Secrets | WIRED May 4, 2015
Samaritan’s Purse Starts Fund to Help Christian Bakers May 3, 2015
Edward Snowden: Congress should let the NSA’s mass surveillance authority expire — NewsWorks May 3, 2015
The “Sitting Next to a Baddie” American Death Authorization Has become the “Sitting in a Baddie Compound” | emptywheel April 24, 2015
The U.S. keeps killing Americans in drone strikes, mostly by accident April 24, 2015
Twitter announces crackdown on abuse with new filter and tighter rules April 21, 2015
WikiLeaks lets you search Sony’s hacked emails (Updated) April 16, 2015
NSA and FBI fight to retain spy powers as surveillance law nears expiration April 15, 2015
The DEA Has Been Secretly Buying Hacking Tools From an Italian Company April 14, 2015
The Investigation into 12333 Begins April 14, 2015
Tech firms and privacy groups press for curbs on NSA surveillance powers March 25, 2015
Twenty-four Million Wikipedia Users Can’t Be Wrong: Important Allies Join the Fight Against NSA Internet Backbone Surveillance | Electronic Frontier Foundation March 22, 2015
Silicon Valley spars with Obama over ‘backdoor’ surveillance March 22, 2015
The CIA Just Declassified the Document That Supposedly Justified the Iraq Invasion March 19, 2015
New smoking gun further ties NSA to omnipotent “Equation Group” hackers March 16, 2015
Privacy advocates try to keep ‘creepy,’ ‘eavesdropping’ Hello Barbie from hitting shelves March 16, 2015
US government still hunting WikiLeaks as Obama targets whistleblowers March 6, 2015
Matt Dehart: The Next Victim of the War on Leaks? March 2, 2015
How the NSA’s Firmware Hacking Works and Why It’s So Unsettling March 1, 2015
Dutch Offer Preview of Net Neutrality March 1, 2015
The Great SIM Heist: How Spies Stole the Keys to the Encryption Castle February 28, 2015
Ed Snowden Taught Me To Smuggle Secrets Past Incredible Danger. Now I Teach You. - The Intercept February 25, 2015
New White House Rules on Surveillance Fall Short, Privacy Group Says February 6, 2015
CIA Whistleblower John Kiriakou Released from Prison: Here’s His Final ‘Letter from Loretto’ February 6, 2015
Why Aren’t Tech Companies Demanding the Common Commercial Service Agreement OLC? February 6, 2015
Verizon adds 1GB of data to some plans, extends Edge discounts February 5, 2015
Sweden Tells the UN that Indefinite Detention Without Charge is Fine February 5, 2015
How Ross Ulbricht’s Defense Was Derailed February 3, 2015
Google, gag orders and WikiLeaks: who’s lying? February 3, 2015
Blogging is very much alive — we just call it something else now February 1, 2015
My Post Cyberpunk Indentured Servitude - January 31, 2015
Google says it fought gag orders in WikiLeaks investigation - The Washington Post January 28, 2015
WikiLeaks demands answers after Google hands staff emails to US government January 25, 2015
EFF Statement on Barrett Brown Sentencing | Electronic Frontier Foundation January 22, 2015
Barrett Brown’s Day of Reckoning January 22, 2015
Barrett Brown statement: ’This is not the rule of law, it is the rule of law enforcement January 22, 2015
Judge cites use of secure email Riseup as terrorist indicator January 20, 2015
Obama’s Computer Security Solution is a Mishmash of Old, Outdated Policy Solutions January 20, 2015
Prison Dispatches from the War on Terror: Ex-CIA Officer John Kiriakou Speaks January 20, 2015
Panel: The CIA Didn’t Spy on the US Senate — But the Senate Stole Documents From the CIA January 14, 2015
Whisper editor-in-chief Neetzan Zimmerman leaves company, report says | Media January 14, 2015
F.B.I. and Justice Dept. Said to Seek Charges for Petraeus January 13, 2015
House Dem revives major cyber bill January 13, 2015
Feds won’t call James Risen at leak trial January 13, 2015
Justice Department seeks to dismiss most of Twitter’s First Amendment lawsuit January 13, 2015
Obama won’t fire Aaron Swartz’s federal prosecutors January 9, 2015
Four Oklahoma Inmates Seek Delay in Executions January 9, 2015
The Largest, Most Disastrous Trade Deal You’ve Never Heard Of January 8, 2015
Kickstarter Drops Amazon Payments For Stripe January 8, 2015
US High Court Asked to Hear Appeal in Chicago Terrorism Case January 8, 2015
U.S.O.C. Chooses Boston as Candidate for 2024 Summer Olympics January 8, 2015
With Power of Social Media Growing, Police Now Monitoring and Criminalizing Online Speech January 7, 2015
Only 25Mbps and up will qualify as broadband under new FCC definition January 7, 2015
Lavabit founder wants to make “dark” e-mail secure by default January 5, 2015
How My Mom Got Hacked - NYTimes.com January 5, 2015
‘Citizenfour’ Producers Sued Over Edward Snowden Leaks December 23, 2014
How The NORAD Santa Tracker Began December 23, 2014
SSCI Confirms Staff Visited CIA’s Salt Pit Prison in 2003, No Records of Visit Kept at CIA Request December 21, 2014
The Weird Saga of the Other ‘Smoking Gun’ Torture Report the CIA Still Has Under Wraps December 19, 2014
Paulo Coelho Wants to Give The Interview Away Using BitTorrent December 19, 2014
41 men targeted but 1,147 people killed: US drone strikes — the facts on the ground December 18, 2014
CIA analysis: ‘high-value targeting’ had limited effect against Taliban December 18, 2014
Government’s Final Onslaught Delays Barrett Brown’s Sentencing December 17, 2014
Sony leaks reveal Hollywood is trying to break DNS, the backbone of the internet December 17, 2014
Psychologist James Mitchell Admits He Waterboarded al Qaeda Suspects December 15, 2014
Tech and Media Companies Back Microsoft in Privacy Case December 15, 2014
Judge Throws Out Evidence Obtained By Six Weeks Of Warrantless Surveillance Footage December 15, 2014
Small Internet provider sues U.S. to lift 10-year-old gag order over customer records December 12, 2014
Free Barrett Brown — In advance of sentencing, government blocks the In advance of sentencing, government blocks the public’s right to know December 12, 2014
Senate Torture Report Finds the CIA Was Less Effective and More Brutal Than Anyone Knew December 10, 2014
Sexual threats, other CIA methods detailed in Senate report December 8, 2014
Is Democratic Senator Jay Rockefeller Trying to Kill a FOIA Reform Bill? December 8, 2014
Julian Assange on Living in a Surveillance Society December 4, 2014
America Tortured—And We Need to Shed Some Light on It December 2, 2014
Proposal Would Keep Colorado On Daylight Savings December 2, 2014
Argument analysis: Taking ownership of an Internet rant : SCOTUSblog December 2, 2014
Oops: After Threatening Hacker With 440 Years, Prosecutors Settle for a Misdemeanor November 28, 2014
The US/UK Campaign to Demonize Social Media Companies as Terrorist Allies November 26, 2014
Before Snowden, a debate inside NSA November 24, 2014
A Radical Proposal of Following the Law November 24, 2014
CBS agrees to brief extension with Dish during contract talks November 20, 2014
Swedish Court Uphold Arrest Warrant for Julian Assange in Sexual Assault Cases November 20, 2014
The FBI Doesn’t Need More Access: We’re Already in the Golden Age of Surveillance November 18, 2014
Is the web dying, killed off by mobile apps? It’s complicated November 17, 2014
Former CIA detainees claim US torture investigators never interviewed them November 13, 2014
Why I Don’t Support USA Freedom Act | emptywheel November 12, 2014
Senator Who Put Pentagon Papers Into Public Record Urges Udall To Do Same With Torture Report November 12, 2014
Where’ve you been? Your smartphone’s Wi-Fi is telling everyone. [Updated] November 8, 2014
In Detroit and other cities, nearly 40 percent go without Internet November 6, 2014
90-year-old Florida man charged for feeding homeless November 5, 2014
The Government is in Pursuit of a Less Secure Internet November 4, 2014
Judges Skeptical NSA Spying Violates Privacy Rights November 4, 2014
In Klayman v. Obama, EFF Explains Why Metadata Matters and the Third-Party Doctrine Doesn’t November 4, 2014
This Man Uses Twitter To Augment His Damaged Memory October 31, 2014
Judge Rejects Government’s Effort to Have No Fly List Lawsuit Dismissed by Invoking ‘State Secrets’ October 31, 2014
Gottfrid Svartholm Found Guilty in Hacking Trial October 31, 2014
Presidential “pixie dust”: How a quiet new rule can wipe away your basic rights October 30, 2014
Pirate Bay founder Gottfrid Warg faces lengthy jail term October 30, 2014
Cops can make you unlock your smartphone with fingerprint, says judge October 30, 2014
How to Disable a Dell Laptop Function Key October 27, 2014
Assange: Google Is Not What It Seems October 27, 2014
Feds identify suspected ‘second leaker’ for Snowden reporters October 27, 2014
NY high court says anti-cyberbullying law won’t pass First Amendment muster October 26, 2014
Ten privacy questions Whisper should answer for Senate committee October 23, 2014
Rep. Mike Rogers Now Claims Ed Snowden Should Be Charged With Murder, Because Someone Might Die October 22, 2014
The Woman Who Captured Snowden October 21, 2014
Oscar Pistorius Begins Five Year Prison Term, But May Be Out in One October 21, 2014
Top NSA critic could lose seat October 21, 2014
Kim Dotcom Must Reveal Everything He Owns to Hollywood October 20, 2014
No-IP: What Microsoft lawsuits have done for security and software companies October 20, 2014
Obama Could Reaffirm a Bush-Era Reading of a Treaty on Torture October 20, 2014
The FBI Director’s Evidence Against Encryption Is Pathetic October 19, 2014
How One Boy With Autism Became B.F.F.’s With Apple’s Siri October 19, 2014
Government Frustrates Court’s Plan for Release of Videos of Guantanamo Prisoner Being Force-Fed October 17, 2014
BBC to publish ‘right to be forgotten’ removals list October 17, 2014
Revealed: how Whisper app tracks ‘anonymous’ users October 16, 2014
These Are the Emails Snowden Sent to First Introduce His Epic NSA Leaks October 15, 2014
HBO Says Web Subscriptions Coming in 2015 | October 15, 2014
Dropbox bug wipes some users’ files from the cloud October 13, 2014
White House will push piecemeal cybersecurity bills October 13, 2014
Twitter’s First Amendment Suit & the Warrant-Canary Question October 13, 2014
Laura Poitras’s Closeup View of Edward Snowden October 12, 2014
Core Secrets: NSA Saboteurs in China and Germany October 9, 2014
Judge issues timetable for release of Gitmo force-feeding tapes October 9, 2014
jwz: Youtube’s joke of a fair-use appeal process October 8, 2014
Sheriff Slams EFF As ‘Not Credible,’ Insists ComputerCOP Isn’t Malware & Would Have Stopped Columbine October 5, 2014
Compromise needed on smartphone encryption October 5, 2014
How Jeff Zucker Is Seeking to Reshape CNN October 3, 2014
It’s Time to Pass the USA Freedom Act—Warts and All October 3, 2014
Living Life in Prison Without Parole for Nonviolent Drug Offenses: Euka Wadlington & His Fight for Freedom October 1, 2014
Long-Term Secrecy Surrounds Electronic Monitoring October 1, 2014
Holder urges tech companies to leave device backdoors open for police September 30, 2014
Cisco: The Internet Needs More Control September 30, 2014
Spy Agencies Urge Caution on Phone Deal September 29, 2014
New documents show legal basis for NSA surveillance programs September 29, 2014
Court Orders Warner Bros. to Reveal Flawed Anti-Piracy Technology | TorrentFreak September 29, 2014
Apple Still Has Plenty of Your Data for the Feds September 22, 2014
Online court archive PACER says it will restore access to missing records September 22, 2014
Julian Assange’s war against Google September 19, 2014
New DoD Directive on Detainees Allows Sleep and Sensory Deprivation, Biometric IDs September 17, 2014
Lost forever? Archive Team says TwitPic is blocking photo downloads before shutdown September 16, 2014
Oscar Pistorius Guilty of Culpable Homicide September 14, 2014
Right to Know: The PACER Mess And How to Clean It September 11, 2014
Judge: Pistorius negligent, did not ‘murder’ Steenkamp September 11, 2014
Shedding Light on the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC): Court Findings from Our 2007-2008 Case | Yahoo Global Public Policy September 11, 2014
Ron Wyden: It’s Time To Kill The Third Party Doctrine And Go Back To Respecting Privacy September 10, 2014
Apple hopes to jump-start mobile payments with Apple Pay September 9, 2014
Verizon offers free iPhone 6 in return for two-year contract, used phone September 9, 2014
Swiss Officials Debate Asylum For Snowden If He Testifies On Spying September 9, 2014
Oklahoma state report on botched lethal injection cites medical failures September 6, 2014
Obama Administration Still Keeping Much Secret About Bush’s Warrantless Wiretapping Program September 6, 2014
The CIA’s Mop-Up Man: L.A. Times Reporter Cleared Stories With Agency Before Publication September 4, 2014
Twitter Puts the Timeline on Notice and Hints of Group Chats September 4, 2014
U.S. Government Wants Kim Dotcom’s Cash and Cars September 4, 2014
An Inside Look at Anonymous, the Radical Hacking Collective September 3, 2014
The executive order that led to mass spying, as told by NSA alumni September 3, 2014
Henry Lee McCollum cleared by DNA evidence in North Carolina after spending 30 years on death row. September 2, 2014
The Second Circuit Hears Oral Argument This Week in Challenge to Section 215 Surveillance August 31, 2014
Microsoft refuses to comply after judge revives overseas data search warrant August 31, 2014
Witness Offered $3.50/Hr to Testify Against Pirate Bay Founder August 24, 2014
Dotcom in Supreme Court over raid August 24, 2014
Twitter: from free speech champion to selective censor? August 21, 2014
U.S. Military Bans The Intercept August 20, 2014
Assange will not leave embassy until assured no US extradition August 18, 2014
Julian Assange plans to leave Ecuadorian embassy a free man after changes to UK laws August 18, 2014
Just Kill All of the Comments Already August 18, 2014
Fugitive WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange suffering heart problem August 17, 2014
Sen. Wyden: Your data’s yours no matter on whose server it lives August 16, 2014
U.S. firm helped the spyware industry build a potent digital weapon for sale overseas August 16, 2014
Germany ‘spied’ on John Kerry and Hillary Clinton August 16, 2014
CIA security luminary: ‘Right to be forgotten is not enough’ August 15, 2014
What does a blog do in 2014? August 14, 2014
The FBI Has Significant Problems Counting Its National Security Letters August 14, 2014
The Militarization of U.S. Police: Finally Dragged Into the Light by the Horrors of Ferguson August 13, 2014
Murder suspect really did ask Siri for advice on hiding a body August 13, 2014
Edward Snowden: The Untold Story August 13, 2014
U.S. can keep court orders, phone companies secret in NSA spy case August 13, 2014
Competitive Web Surfing: A Journey to the Center of the Internet August 12, 2014
I Liked Everything I Saw on Facebook for Two Days. Here’s What It Did to Me August 12, 2014
Lavabit founder’s DarkMail needs help to cross finish line August 11, 2014
Louisiana hospital unwittingly supplied execution drug to prison August 11, 2014
Why surveillance companies hate the iPhone August 10, 2014
Spy court orders release of phone surveillance opinion August 9, 2014
Crypto Daddy Phil Zimmerman says surveillance society is DOOMED August 9, 2014
Hackers Unveil Their Plan To Change Email Forever August 9, 2014
Obama officials, Senate intelligence panel spar over deletions from torture report August 7, 2014
Barack Obama’s Secret Terrorist-Tracking System, by the Numbers August 6, 2014
A Constitutional Scandal Worse Than Iran-Contra or Watergate August 5, 2014
Over 11,000 claimants join class action against Facebook’s NSA collusion August 5, 2014
Obama Admits He Banned Only “Some” of the CIA’s Torture Techniques | The Dissenter August 4, 2014
Why You May Start Seeing Tweets From People You Don’t Follow August 4, 2014
The Senate Is Not Happy That the CIA Censored Its Report on CIA Torture August 3, 2014
CIA Torture Was Unnecessary, Senate Report To Conclude August 3, 2014
The App I Used to Break Into My Neighbor’s Home July 30, 2014
Senator’s Bill Is Stricter on N.S.A. Than House’s July 29, 2014
Some in ‘torture’ report denied chance to read it July 29, 2014
It’s not just Verizon: All major US carriers throttle “unlimited” data July 29, 2014
Verizon slows down data speeds, but it’s not throttling, it’s “optimisation” July 29, 2014
US diplomats admit contact in Yemen with missing citizen Sharif Mobley July 27, 2014
Google doesn’t want you to limit its ability to follow you around the internet July 27, 2014
This Kid Made an App That Exposes Sellout Politicians July 27, 2014
Web Trackers Paint a Fresh Picture of You July 26, 2014
How Hackers Hid a Money-Mining Botnet in the Clouds of Amazon and Others July 26, 2014
Do mosquito bites drive you nuts? Try Therapik July 26, 2014
Prosecutors Are Reading Emails From Inmates to Lawyers July 26, 2014
US Congress banned from editing Wikipedia after staff caught trolling July 26, 2014
How to Invent a Person Online July 26, 2014
8 Weird Wikis Lurking on the Web July 26, 2014
Google Grants Majority of ‘Right to Be Forgotten’ Requests July 25, 2014
After CIA gets secret whistleblower email, Congress worries about more spying July 25, 2014
European Court Says CIA Ran Secret Jail in a Polish Forest July 24, 2014
Google under fire from regulators on EU privacy ruling July 24, 2014
iOS devices have back doors for constant NSA surveillance July 24, 2014
White House, senators near deal on surveillance reform July 24, 2014
Arizona killer Joseph Wood dies almost two hours after execution begins July 23, 2014
Blacklisted: The Secret Government Rulebook For Labeling You a TerroristThe Intercept July 22, 2014
Edward Snowden Is the Most Dangerous Man in America. Good. July 21, 2014
At HOPE X Conference, Protecting and Supporting Dissenters is at Forefront of Many Presentations July 21, 2014
New Surveillance Whistleblower: The NSA Violates the Constitution July 21, 2014
How to Be a Better Online Reader July 20, 2014
A Convicted Hacker and an Internet Icon Join Forces to Thwart NSA Spying July 18, 2014
prospective-cell-site-records-opinion-rev3.pdf July 17, 2014
This is why the government should never control the internet July 16, 2014
Justice Dept. Rules Out Criminal Probes In Senate-CIA Standoff July 12, 2014
TPP Negotiations Go Further Underground with Unprecedented Secrecy Around Meetings in Canada July 9, 2014
4 in 10 US homes are cellphone only, skip landline July 8, 2014
CIA employee’s quest to release information ‘destroyed my entire career’ - July 7, 2014
Google reverses decision to remove news article links after censorship claims over ‘right to be forgotten’ July 7, 2014
The NSA Is Targeting Users of Privacy Services, Leaked Code Shows July 7, 2014
In NSA-intercepted data, those not targeted far outnumber the foreigners who are July 7, 2014
Report: Oversight Board Finds Little Wrong With NSA Surveillance Program July 2, 2014
The surveillance state can’t even keep track of how many people it’s spying on anymore. Time to close the loopholes July 2, 2014
Court gave NSA broad leeway in surveillance, documents show July 1, 2014
CISPA returns as CISA — and it’s just as terrible for privacy June 24, 2014
Emails Show Feds Asking Florida Cops to Deceive Judges June 24, 2014
How Secret Partners Expand NSA’s Surveillance Dragnet June 21, 2014
House Passes Landmark Amendment To Stop Warrantless NSA Searches June 20, 2014
Julian Assange’s press conference in five excerpts June 19, 2014
F.C.C. Begins Investigation Into Quality of Internet Download Speeds June 18, 2014
Court: Judge ‘Disobeyed’ Statute, Defendant Shouldn’t Have Access to Secret Surveillance Records June 17, 2014
Judge Finds Courts Cannot Protect US Citizens Tortured by US Government Officials Abroad June 17, 2014
Federal Appeals Court: Warrant for Cell Phone Location Data is Required Under Fourth Amendment June 13, 2014
Siri tips and tricks that don’t require iOS 8 - CNET June 12, 2014
NSA: Our systems are so complex we can’t stop them from deleting data wanted for lawsuit June 11, 2014
Vodafone Reveals Direct Access by Governments to Customer Data June 9, 2014
Internet Giants Erect Barriers to Spy Agencies June 9, 2014
James Clapper says Edward Snowden took less than previously thought June 5, 2014
Mark Warner Confirms USA Freedumber Expands Surveillance | June 5, 2014
Daniel Ellsberg: Both Manning & Snowden Exposed Government Secrecy to Proper Debate | The Dissenter June 5, 2014
As Snowden Leak Anniversary Approaches, Intelligence Community Prepares to Declare Victory June 4, 2014
USA v. In Re: Information Associated with an Email Account at Lavabit.com :: Virginia Eastern District Court :: Case No. 1:13-sw-00569-TRJ June 3, 2014
Join Us on June 5th to Reset the Net June 3, 2014
N.S.A. Collecting Millions of Faces From Web Images June 3, 2014
Matt DeHart claims he’s wanted for working with Anonymous June 2, 2014
Daniel Ellsberg: Snowden would not get a fair trial — and Kerry is wrong May 31, 2014
Edward Snowden: ‘I’d like to go home’ May 29, 2014
Justice Dept. Vows No Jail for Reporters Doing Their Jobs May 29, 2014
“TrueCrypt is not secure,” official SourceForge page abruptly warns May 28, 2014
Four Reasons USA Freedumber is Worse than the Status Quo | emptywheel May 24, 2014
Court Tells Ex-Wife Of Husband Who Killed Himself To Use Copyright To Delete Anything He Ever Wrote Online May 20, 2014
Secrets, lies and Snowden’s email: why I was forced to shut down Lavabit May 20, 2014
Everyone should know just how much the government lied to defend the NSA May 19, 2014
With Comcast-Time Warner merger looming, AT&T will acquire DirectTV May 18, 2014
Encrypted or not, Skype communications prove “vital” to NSA surveillance May 15, 2014
Wetmachine » Tales of the Sausage Factory » My Handy Guide To The May 15 FCC Meeting Part I: What The heck Is An Open FCC Mtg And How Does It Work? May 14, 2014
Intelligence Policy Bans Citation of Leaked Material May 12, 2014
Defending the Open Internet May 12, 2014
Web host gives FCC a 28.8Kbps slow lane in net neutrality protest May 10, 2014
Dear Internet: Let’s Demo The Slow Lane May 8, 2014
Your iPhone Knows Exactly Where You’ve Been And This Is How To See It May 5, 2014
Amazon Launches #AmazonCart to Shop Using Twitter May 5, 2014
DOJ Continues Its “Multi-Subject” Investigation of WikiLeaks May 5, 2014
Surveillance court rejected Verizon challenge to NSA calls program April 28, 2014
So long, net neutrality? FCC to propose new pay-for-preferential treatment rules April 24, 2014
The Government is Silencing Twitter and Yahoo, and It Won’t Tell Us Why April 22, 2014
Lavabit And Weev Decisions Leave Major Legal Questions About Internet Security Undecided April 16, 2014
Lavabit held in contempt of court for printing crypto key in tiny font April 16, 2014
Guantánamo hearings halted amid accusations of FBI spying on legal team April 14, 2014
Guardian and Washington Post win Pulitzer prize for NSA revelations April 14, 2014
“You are completely destroyed”: Testimony on Torture from Shaker Aamer’s Medical Report at Guantanamo | The Dissenter April 14, 2014
CIA’s use of harsh interrogation went beyond legal authority, Senate report says April 13, 2014
Obama Decides U.S. Should Reveal, Not Exploit, Internet Security Flaws April 12, 2014
The Heartbleed Hit List: The Passwords You Need to Change Right Now April 11, 2014
Glenn Greenwald and Laura Poitras Are Among the Recipients of the Polk Award April 11, 2014
Andrew Auernheimer’s conviction over computer fraud thrown out April 11, 2014
NSA logs reveal flood of post-Snowden FOIA requests April 10, 2014
Lofgren calls for sweeping NSA, email privacy reforms April 9, 2014
Leak the CIA report: it’s the only way to know the whole truth about torture April 8, 2014
Google Is Having Trouble Trying to Trademark the Word ‘Glass’ April 5, 2014
The CIA & the ‘Cult of Intelligence’ Will Manage to Keep Vast Majority of Senate Torture Report Secret | The Dissenter April 4, 2014
After Signing a Plea Deal, Barrett Brown Could Leave Prison This Year April 4, 2014
In a prying world, news organizations are struggling to encrypt their online products April 4, 2014
Senate panel finds CIA illegally interrogated terror suspects after 9-11 April 3, 2014
Barrett Brown Signs Plea Deal in Case Involving Stratfor Hack April 3, 2014
In Terrorism Case, Government Fights Potential ‘Sea Change in FISA Litigation’ April 2, 2014
Senate report says CIA misled on interrogation program April 2, 2014
Netflix’s Net-Neutrality Plea Gets Rejected by the FCC April 2, 2014
Don’t Listen to Google and Facebook: The Public-Private Surveillance Partnership Is Still Going Strong April 2, 2014
Aaron Swartz and MIT: The inside story April 1, 2014
Surprise, surprise: my online metadata actually reveals where I’ve been April 1, 2014
twitter-facciola.pdf March 31, 2014
No more NSA spying? Sorry, Mr Obama, but that’s not true March 31, 2014
NSA Blows Its Own Top Secret Program in Order to Propagandize - The Intercept March 31, 2014
Initial Thoughts on Obama’s Dragnet Fix | emptywheel March 27, 2014
After seven years, exactly one person gets off the gov’t no-fly list March 27, 2014
Obama Says N.S.A. Curbs Would Address Worries March 26, 2014
Obama to Call for End to N.S.A.’s Bulk Data Collection March 26, 2014
Netflix US & Canada Blog: Internet Tolls And The Case For Strong Net Neutrality March 24, 2014
Judge Asks Twitter and Yahoo to Respond to Subpoena Question March 24, 2014
Weev Is in Jail Because the Government Doesn’t Know What Hacking Is March 22, 2014
Gmail Uses Encrypted HTTPS When Checking, Sending Email March 22, 2014
Twitter gives up on encrypting direct messages, at least for now March 22, 2014
Reid asks CIA to let Senate investigators probe computers March 20, 2014
US tech giants knew of NSA data collection, agency’s top lawyer insists March 20, 2014
Inside the NSA’s Secret Efforts to Hunt and Hack System Administrators March 20, 2014
Nancy Pelosi Admits That Congress Is Scared Of The CIA March 19, 2014
Volunteers in metadata study called gun stores, strip clubs, and more March 19, 2014
US intelligence oversight group from 1975 says things are way worse now March 18, 2014
How the US intelligence community attempts to rebrand itself on Tumblr March 18, 2014
NSA surveillance program reaches into the past to retrieve, replay phone calls March 18, 2014
The White House Has Been Covering Up the Presidency’s Role in Torture for Years March 14, 2014
Senate Intelligence panel staffers took secret CIA papers years before agency discovered them missing March 13, 2014
How a Court Secretly Evolved, Extending U.S. Spies Reach March 13, 2014
White House withholds thousands of documents from Senate CIA probe, despite vows of help March 13, 2014
Lavabit’s Ladar Levison Discusses Privacy And Dark Mail At SXSW 2014 March 13, 2014
8 pronunciation errors that made the English language what it is today March 12, 2014
How the NSA Plans to Infect ‘Millions’ of Computers with Malware March 12, 2014
Judge orders National Security Agency to preserve call data March 11, 2014
C.I.A. Employees Face New Inquiry Amid Clashes on Detention Program March 8, 2014
Yahoo to stop user access of services with Facebook, Google IDs March 8, 2014
The NSA Has An Advice Columnist. Seriously. March 8, 2014
Police hid use of cell phone tracking device from judge because of NDA March 3, 2014
Sprint Accused of Overcharging Feds Millions for Wiretapping | Threat Level | Wired.com March 3, 2014
Having been burned before, Google won’t bring Fiber to San Francisco February 28, 2014
Lavabit Case May Be One of Many in Coming Years February 28, 2014
UPDATE 2-Google ordered to remove anti-Islamic film from YouTube February 28, 2014
DHS uses email intercepts to question US citizen about her sex life February 27, 2014
Yahoo webcam images from millions of users intercepted by GCHQ February 27, 2014
How Covert Agents Infiltrate the Internet to Manipulate, Deceive, and Destroy Reputations - The Intercept February 25, 2014
Snowden Documents Reveal Covert Surveillance and Pressure Tactics Aimed at WikiLeaks and Its Supporters February 22, 2014
Privacy, Price, and Promotional Asterisks February 13, 2014
Edward Snowden asylum demand dropped by European parliament February 13, 2014
Protesters rally for ‘the day we fight back’ against mass surveillance February 12, 2014
Mozilla To Sell Ads In Firefox Web Browser February 12, 2014
The NSA’s Secret Role in the U.S. Assassination Program February 12, 2014
Entering the Era of Private and Semi-Anonymous Apps February 11, 2014
Snowden Docs: British Spies Used Sex and ‘Dirty Tricks’ - NBC News February 11, 2014
Judges Poised to Hand U.S. Spies the Keys to the Internet February 4, 2014
Obama admits intelligence chief fault over false Senate testimony February 1, 2014
Aereo Can’t Take Any More New Customers in New York February 1, 2014
US v Lavabit, Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals oral arguments (1/28/2014) January 30, 2014
Head of intelligence calls on Snowden to return documents January 29, 2014
The Age of ‘Infopolitics’ January 29, 2014
Lavabit case highlights legal fuzziness around encryption rules January 28, 2014
Spy Agencies Tap Data Streaming From Phone Apps January 27, 2014
Independent board says NSA phone program should end January 24, 2014
Appeals Court Won’t Rehear Fox’s Attempt to Stop Dish’s ‘Hopper’ Ad-Skipper January 24, 2014
Microsoft lawyer suggests non-U.S. data storage for overseas users January 22, 2014
Facebook will lose 80% of users by 2017, say Princeton researchers January 22, 2014
US withholding Fisa court orders on NSA bulk collection of Americans’ data January 21, 2014
Judge: IP-Address Does Not Prove Copyright Infringement January 21, 2014
BERLIN: European commentators see little to praise in Obama’s NSA changes January 18, 2014
NSA collects millions of text messages daily in ‘untargeted’ global sweep January 17, 2014
Lawmakers seek to stymie plan to shift control of drone campaign from CIA to Pentagon January 17, 2014
60 Words And A War Without End: The Untold Story Of The Most Dangerous Sentence In U.S. History January 17, 2014
U.S. judge rules against government in no-fly challenge January 15, 2014
So You Found An Obamacare Website Is Hackable. Now What? January 15, 2014
How a free email newsletter turned a computer programmer into a Newsweek columnist January 15, 2014
Everything you need to know about Copyright Week January 14, 2014
Federal Court Guts Net Neutrality Rules January 14, 2014
N.S.A. Devises Radio Pathway Into Computers January 14, 2014
Obama, lawmakers discuss ending NSA phone program January 10, 2014
Senator sneaks strict new sentences for hackers into Personal Data Privacy Act January 9, 2014
What It’s Like When The FBI Asks You To Backdoor Your Software January 9, 2014
Gmail Plans to Allow Google Plus Users to Send Anyone an Email January 9, 2014
Drinking from the Twitter firehose: I love the stream, but I need more filters and bridges January 9, 2014
How the NSA Almost Killed the Internet | Threat Level | Wired.com January 8, 2014
Burglars Who Took On F.B.I. Abandon Shadows January 8, 2014
Startup Empeopled jumps to Lavabit’s aid against the US govt | ZDNet January 8, 2014
Hollywood’s War on Kim Dotcom Will Hurt Online Innovation | VICE Canada January 7, 2014
FBI Drops Law Enforcement as ‘Primary’ Mission January 7, 2014
At C.E.S. 2014, a Battle for the Next Generation of Computing January 7, 2014
Losing Aaron: Bob Swartz on MIT’s Role in His Son’s Death January 4, 2014
The top four tech legal cases to watch in 2014 January 4, 2014
WikiLeaks’ Assange: Sysadmins of the World, Unite! December 29, 2013
Winamp isn’t dead yet: Website and software still up past Dec. 20th deadline [Update] - Neowin December 21, 2013
White House Tries to Prevent Judge From Ruling on Surveillance Efforts December 21, 2013
Next TPP ministerial meeting to be put off to February December 21, 2013
After 11 years in prison for murder he didn’t commit, L.A. man is free December 21, 2013
N.S.A. Spied on Allies, Aid Groups and Businesses December 20, 2013
The Growing Partisan Issue of Holding Clapper Accountable for Lying to Congress December 20, 2013
U.N. votes to protect online privacy; Edward Snowden leaks credited December 20, 2013
Exclusive: Secret contract tied NSA and security industry pioneer December 20, 2013
A New Legal Theory for the Age of Mass Surveillance December 19, 2013
Obama review panel: strip NSA of power to collect phone data records December 19, 2013
Verizon Wants Claims in NSA Surveillance Suit Dismissed December 18, 2013
Flipboard vs Medium, native vs Web December 18, 2013
Can the Internet Help a Blind Man Keep the Dog That Saved His Life? December 18, 2013
Court Rebukes White House Over “Secret Law” December 18, 2013
Google and Facebook are pushing to control more of the world’s Internet piping December 17, 2013
Facebook ready to roll video ads in users’ feeds December 17, 2013
Why adding a feature to edit tweets after the fact might not be such a good thing December 17, 2013
The Future Is All Robots. But Will We Even Notice? December 17, 2013
U.S.-Germany Intelligence Partnership Falters Over Spying December 17, 2013
Obama on defense over NSA December 17, 2013
An NSA Coworker Remembers The Real Edward Snowden: ‘A Genius Among Geniuses’ December 16, 2013
Facebook self-censorship: What happens to the posts you don’t publish? December 16, 2013
Judge: NSA’s collecting of phone records is probably unconstitutional December 16, 2013
White House to preserve controversial policy on NSA, Cyber Command leadership December 13, 2013
By cracking cellphone code, NSA has ability to decode private conversations December 13, 2013
Missing American in Iran was on unapproved mission December 13, 2013
Airbnb says this man does not exist. So I had coffee with him December 12, 2013
You have too many chat apps. Can Layer connect them? December 12, 2013
Pirate Bay Founder Held in Solitary Confinement Without a Warrant December 12, 2013
NZ judge: Kim Dotcom is likely still being spied upon December 12, 2013
Gmail blows up e-mail marketing by caching all images on Google servers December 12, 2013
NSA morale down after Edward Snowden revelations, former U.S. officials say - The Washington Post December 11, 2013
AllThingsD Editors Are Said to Complete NBCUniversal Deal December 11, 2013
RIP Google Reader and Winamp: 10 Tech Products We Lost in 2013 December 10, 2013
Disruptions: At Your Door in Minutes, Delivered by Robot December 10, 2013
Did Microsoft just extend the retail sales life of Windows 7? - Neowin December 10, 2013
New documents show how the NSA infers relationships based on mobile location data December 10, 2013
NSA uses Google cookies to pinpoint targets for hacking December 10, 2013
Dancing Baby Files Opening Brief in DMCA Abuse Appeal December 7, 2013
Saving the Net from the surveillance state: Glenn Greenwald speaks up (Q&A) December 7, 2013
FBI’s search for ‘Mo,’ suspect in bomb threats, highlights use of malware for surveillance December 7, 2013
Kim Dotcom’s Tweets Make Megaupload Defense Less Credible, US Govt Says December 7, 2013
A Few Thoughts on Cryptographic Engineering: How does the NSA break SSL? December 5, 2013
NSA tracking cellphone locations worldwide, Snowden documents show December 5, 2013
Inside the ‘PayPal 14’ Trial December 5, 2013
Who Is Watching the Watch Lists? December 3, 2013
Britain targets Guardian newspaper over intelligence leaks related to Edward Snowden December 3, 2013
Guardian editor Alan Rusbridger appears before MPs — live coverage December 3, 2013
‘Do You Love This Country?’—British MPs Question Guardian Editor-in-Chief on NSA Files December 3, 2013
What can you learn about me from 24 hours of my metadata? December 2, 2013
N.S.A. May Have Hit Internet Companies at a Weak Spot November 28, 2013
Microsoft, suspecting NSA spying, to ramp up efforts to encrypt its Internet traffic November 28, 2013
Julian Assange unlikely to face U.S. charges over publishing classified documents November 25, 2013
N.S.A. Report Outlined Goals for More Power November 25, 2013
In Landmark Vote, Senate Limits Use of the Filibuster November 23, 2013
Forward Secrecy at Twitter | Twitter Blogs November 23, 2013
Email Is Now Just Another Stream November 23, 2013
As White House Makes Final Push On TPP, Congress Slams On The Brakes November 23, 2013
The Neuroscientist Who Discovered He Was a Psychopath November 23, 2013
Experts on the NSA’s History of Abuses: There They Go Again November 23, 2013
United States Can Spy on Britons Despite Pact, N.S.A. Memo Says November 22, 2013
Source: Microsoft In Talks To Buy Shoutcast And Winamp From AOL November 22, 2013
Lavabit Strikes Back at Feds in Key Internet Privacy Case November 22, 2013
That Goddamned Blue Bird and Me: How Twitter Hijacked My Mind November 19, 2013
A Conversation With Jeremy Hammond, American Political Prisoner Sentenced to 10 Years November 19, 2013
Declassified Opinion Shows The NSA Exploited Pen Register Statutes To Collect Internet Metadata On Millions Of Americans November 19, 2013
Assange not under sealed indictment, U.S. officials say November 18, 2013
Justices Reject Challenge to N.S.A. Program November 18, 2013
A Floor, Not a Ceiling: Supporting the USA FREEDOM Act as a Step Towards Less Surveillance| Electronic Frontier Foundation November 18, 2013
Yahoo Will Follow Google In Encrypting Data Center Traffic, Customer Data Flow By Q1 ’14 November 18, 2013
CIA’s Financial Spying Bags Data on Americans November 15, 2013
Judge dismisses authors’ case against Google Books November 15, 2013
Bitcoin Companies and Entrepreneurs Can’t Get Bank Accounts November 15, 2013
DOJ Refuses To Let Tech Companies See Legal Arguments It’s Making Against Them November 13, 2013
Snowden’s legacy: The open web could soon be encrypted by default November 13, 2013
Lessons in a Surveillance Drama Redux November 12, 2013
In Crowdfunding, New Source of Aid After Catastrophe November 12, 2013
Oil Espionage: How the NSA and GCHQ Spied on OPEC - SPIEGEL ONLINE November 12, 2013
Twitter announces ‘Custom Timelines’, lets users curate collections of tweets on any subject November 12, 2013
In Lavabit Appeal, U.S. Doubles Down on Access to Web Crypto Keys November 12, 2013
Wikipedia Zero: All the world’s information, no Internet access needed November 11, 2013
I Am Bored Out of My Mind in Jail November 11, 2013
Contagious Courage November 11, 2013
C.I.A. Is Said to Pay AT&T for Call Data November 8, 2013
Guardian Editor Alan Rusbridger To Appear Before Commons Select Committee Over Snowden Leaks November 8, 2013
A Handy List of Airlines That Have Lifted the Ban on Gadgets November 8, 2013
Social lifeblood: Twitter’s Postmaster on how email provides the pulse for social networks November 6, 2013
Lavabit Founder Takes To Kickstarter To Open Source A New End-To-End Encryption Messaging Protocol | TechCrunch November 6, 2013
NIST to Review Standards After Cryptographers Cry Foul Over NSA Meddling November 6, 2013
UK Police Believed David Miranda Was Likely ‘Connected to a Conspiracy’ Between Snowden and Others November 6, 2013
I challenged hackers to investigate me and what they found out is chilling November 1, 2013
Snowden Asks U.S. to Stop Treating Him Like a Traitor November 1, 2013
The Real Guide to Using Twitter October 31, 2013
Why Can Some Blind People Process Speech Far Faster Than Sighted Persons?: Scientific American October 31, 2013
Feinstein shows off NSA “reform” bill that’s really about the status quo October 31, 2013
Comcast is donating heavily to defeat the mayor who is bringing gigabit fiber to Seattle October 31, 2013
FAA green-lights gadget use during entire flight October 31, 2013
6 steps Silicon Valley can take to protect users from NSA spying October 30, 2013
NSA infiltrates links to Yahoo, Google data centers worldwide, Snowden documents say October 30, 2013
10 new IFTTT recipes now that Twitter support is back October 29, 2013
Starbucks Lets You Buy Coffee for a Friend via Twitter October 29, 2013
‘We’re Really Screwed Now’: NSA’s Best Friend Just Shivved The Spies October 29, 2013
Preparing for the digital afterlife October 29, 2013
Warily, Schools Watch Students on the Internet October 29, 2013
Why Twitter Just Turned Itself Inside Out October 29, 2013
New Vulnerability Found in Apps Using Wi-Fi October 29, 2013
Lavabit founder says he fought feds to protect the Constitution October 28, 2013
David Cameron makes veiled threat to media over NSA and GCHQ leaks October 28, 2013
Dianne Feinstein: ‘I am totally opposed’ to NSA surveillance of US allies October 28, 2013
Embassy Espionage: The NSA’s Secret Spy Hub in Berlin - SPIEGEL ONLINE October 28, 2013
Fulfilled by Amazon: How to get rid of old stuff immediately, sell it for more, and use Amazon as a cheap storage facility October 26, 2013
Call yourself a ‘hacker’, watch your ex-boss seize your PC without warning October 26, 2013
Tumblr now lets you search with multiple tags October 26, 2013
The Pentagon’s Report On The Importance Of Not Classifying Everything Is Redacted October 26, 2013
Federal Prosecutors, in a Policy Shift, Cite Warrantless Wiretaps as Evidence October 26, 2013
How NSA-Proof Are VPN Providers? October 24, 2013
EFF Has Lavabit’s Back in Contempt of Court Appeal October 24, 2013
Court Rules Probable-Cause Warrant Required for GPS Trackers October 23, 2013
My Letter in Support of a Reduced Sentence for Pvt. Manning | The Dissenter October 23, 2013
New Anti-Patent Trolling Bill Released October 23, 2013
Need a Job? Service Helps You Find One via Text October 22, 2013
Security Check Now Starts Long Before You Fly October 22, 2013
Supreme Court to get reporter’s privilege plea October 22, 2013
Unaccredited Investors May Finally Get the Go-Ahead to Fund Startups This Week October 21, 2013
CryptoSeal VPN shuts down rather than risk NSA demands for crypto keys October 21, 2013
Dianne Feinstein’s Bragging About NSA Surveillance Program May Finally Result In It Being Declared Unconstitutional | Techdirt October 18, 2013
Say what? Google will now sell Facebook ads October 18, 2013
State Department Employees Cleared to Watch WikiLeaks Movie October 18, 2013
Anti-Establishment Journalist Has Spent 400 Days in Jail October 17, 2013
Snowden Says He Took No Secret Files to Russia October 17, 2013
Twitter confirms that ‘a technical issue’ is affecting the sending of links via direct messages October 17, 2013
Lavabit’s Legal Fight: Should The Feds Have The Right To Break The Internet’s Security System? October 16, 2013
Julian Assange: my life in the embassy October 16, 2013
Snowden’s father pleased with son’s Moscow life October 16, 2013
Aaron Swartz’s last gift to journalism and online privacy finds a new home October 16, 2013
Why Pierre Omidyar decided to join forces with Glenn Greenwald for a new venture in news October 16, 2013
How we crowd-sourced transcripts of the entire Manning court martial October 15, 2013
Twitter Lets Any User Send You Direct Messages (If You Enable It) October 15, 2013
Court Rejects Appeal Bid by Writer in Leak Case October 15, 2013
Exclusive: Glenn Greenwald Will Leave Guardian To Create New News Organization October 15, 2013
Effort underway to declassify document that is legal foundation for NSA phone program October 14, 2013
NSA collects millions of e-mail address books globally October 14, 2013
Google to Sell Users’ Endorsements October 12, 2013
NBC reality show to launch real people into space October 12, 2013
The US is losing control of the internet (Wired UK) October 12, 2013
Patriot Act author prepares bill to put NSA bulk collection ’out of business October 10, 2013
Demands on Lavabit violated Fourth Amendment, lawyers say October 10, 2013
Schneier on Security: The NSA’s New Risk Analysis October 9, 2013
Airbnb refuses to comply with state order to hand over users’ data October 9, 2013
A Chat with the Makers of Don’t Snoop Me Bro, a New Fool-Proof Encryption Tool October 9, 2013
Senator Wyden Warns Public Will Have to Beat ‘Business-as-Usual Brigade’ to Win Real Surveillance Reform October 9, 2013
How Lavabit Melted Down October 8, 2013
Disruptions: How the F.A.A., Finally, Caught Up to an Always-On Society October 7, 2013
NSA offers details on ‘LOVEINT’ (that’s spying on lovers, exes) October 7, 2013
Disruptions: Visually Impaired Turn to Smartphones to See Their World October 7, 2013
White House pursues online privacy bill amid NSA efforts October 7, 2013
NY Attorney General Subpoenas Airbnb for Info on 225K Users October 7, 2013
‘I’m the original voice of Siri’ October 5, 2013
The Woman Who Knows the NSA’s Secrets October 5, 2013
Goodbye Microsoft Security Essentials: Microsoft Now Recommends You Use a Third-Party Antivirus October 5, 2013
Selling Secrets of Phone Users to Advertisers October 5, 2013
Twitter Quitters And The Unfiltered Feed Problem | TechCrunch October 5, 2013
IPO may force Twitter to drop character limit: Analyst October 4, 2013
NSA and GCHQ target Tor network that protects anonymity of web users October 4, 2013
In Test Project, N.S.A. Tracked Cellphone Locations October 3, 2013
Qaeda Plot Leak Has Undermined U.S. Intelligence October 3, 2013
U.S. Opposes Tech Companies’ Requests to Disclose Surveillance October 3, 2013
How a Purse Snatching Led to the Legal Justification for NSA Domestic Spying October 3, 2013
Lavabit Founder Waged Privacy Fight as F.B.I. Pursued Snowden October 2, 2013
Edward Snowden’s E-Mail Provider Defied FBI Demands to Turn Over Crypto Keys, Documents Show | Threat Level | Wired.com October 2, 2013
Twitter starts alerts site for governments, law enforcement, emergency services October 1, 2013
To reform the NSA, fire officials who lie October 1, 2013
A CEO who resisted NSA spying is out of prison. And he feels ‘vindicated’ by Snowden leaks. October 1, 2013
National Security Whistleblowers Testify Before European Parliamentary Committee on US, UK Surveillance September 30, 2013
NSA stores metadata of millions of web users for up to a year, secret files show September 30, 2013
The Unsung Hero of the NSA Revelations » CounterPunch: Tells the Facts, Names the Names September 28, 2013
Jimmy Wales To Silicon Valley: Grow Up And Get Over Your Age Bias September 28, 2013
Google’s Gmail scanning unclear to users, judge finds September 28, 2013
Twitter’s Magic Recs Experiment Personalizes What You Follow September 28, 2013
Dianne Feinstein Accidentally Confirms That NSA Tapped The Internet Backbone September 27, 2013
What Court Orders Led Email Service, Lavabit, Which Snowden Was Reportedly Using, to Shut Down | The Dissenter September 27, 2013
Homeless, Unemployed, and Surviving on Bitcoins September 26, 2013
Apple Maps sends errant drivers onto airport runway September 26, 2013
The Senate Is Busy Creating a Privileged 1st Amendment Club for ‘Official’ Journalists September 26, 2013
Senators Push to Preserve N.S.A. Phone Surveillance September 26, 2013
Seven cool Siri tricks in iOS 7 September 25, 2013
Former F.B.I. Agent to Plead Guilty in Press Leak September 25, 2013
Disruptions: Gawker Wants to Encourage More Voices Online, but With Less Yelling September 25, 2013
Senators Decry NSA ‘Ineptitude,’ Call for End to Dragnet Phone Surveillance | Threat Level | Wired.com September 25, 2013
NSA Sends Letter to Its ‘Extended’ Family to Reassure Them That They Will ‘Weather’ This ‘Storm’ September 23, 2013
These 12 bills are the NSA’s worst nightmare September 23, 2013
Torrent Site Owner to Protest Domain Seizure in Court | TorrentFreak September 23, 2013
Officials: Edward Snowden’s Leaks Were Masked By Job Duties : NPR September 19, 2013
AllThingsD parting ways with Dow Jones - The Term Sheet: Fortune’s deals blogTerm Sheet September 19, 2013
Dish wins again: federal judge in New York refuses to ban Hopper September 19, 2013
Puritan names: Lists of bizarre religious nomenclature used by Puritans September 17, 2013
Former NSA and CIA director says terrorists love using Gmail September 17, 2013
How the cops watch your tweets in real-time September 17, 2013
Blocked Website? Don’t Call a Plumber, Use Google Translate. September 17, 2013
25 Productivity Secrets from History’s Greatest Thinkers September 17, 2013
Did the FBI Lean On Microsoft for Access to Its Encryption Software? September 13, 2013
CloudFlare CEO: ‘Insane’ NSA gag order is costing U.S. tech firms customers September 13, 2013
Lavabit’s Owner Appeals Secret Surveillance Order That Led Him to Shutter Site | Threat Level | Wired.com September 13, 2013
The Story Of Joseph Nacchio And The NSA September 10, 2013
iPhone 5S vs. iPhone 5C vs. iPhone 5: Specs compared September 10, 2013
Swedish police seek WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange’s lost luggage September 9, 2013
How to foil NSA sabotage: use a dead man’s switch September 9, 2013
Facebook’s privacy policy won’t be finalized for another week September 9, 2013
Facebook privacy and kids: Don’t post photos of your kids online. September 9, 2013
Long-shot bill forbidding NSA backdoors in encryption has renewed attention September 9, 2013
Why I love Twitter and barely tolerate Facebook September 6, 2013
The US government has betrayed the internet. We need to take it back | Bruce Schneier | Comment is free | The Guardian September 6, 2013
PayPal freezes $45,000 of Mailpile’s crowdfunded dollars September 5, 2013
US and UK spy agencies defeat privacy and security on the internet September 5, 2013
Canadian Family Bans All Technology Made After 1986 September 4, 2013
Slaughter’s Notebook: An Unconstitutional Gag Order Threatens to Further Silence Barrett Brown September 4, 2013
US stops jailed activist Barrett Brown from discussing hacking prosecution September 4, 2013
Lawyer and champion of free speech Alex Macgillivray to leave Twitter September 2, 2013
NSA paying U.S. companies for access to communications networks September 2, 2013
NSA Spied on Al Jazeera Communications: Snowden Document - SPIEGEL ONLINE September 2, 2013
The thin blue line: Is Twitter mostly for news delivery or for having conversations? August 30, 2013
UK asked N.Y. Times to destroy Snowden material August 30, 2013
‘Black budget’ summary details U.S. spy network’s successes, failures and objectives August 30, 2013
How Snowden did it August 28, 2013
What I Saw When I Testified At Private Manning’s Trial August 28, 2013
Secret NSA Documents Show How the US Spies on Europe and the UN August 26, 2013
How might the feds have snooped on Lavabit? August 26, 2013
Open Secret About Google’s Surveillance Case No Longer Secret August 26, 2013
Top 10 secret menu items at fast food restaurants August 24, 2013
How a Tumblr post kept a family from losing their home August 24, 2013
Mark Zuckerberg: Internet missionary, Facebook colonizer August 24, 2013
NSA paid millions to cover Prism compliance costs for tech companies August 24, 2013
10 Great Inventions Dreamt Up By Children August 22, 2013
The Internet’s 9 Most Hated Companies August 22, 2013
EFF Victory Results in Release of Secret Court Opinion Finding NSA Surveillance Unconstitutional August 22, 2013
NSA gathered thousands of Americans’ e-mails before court ordered it to revise its tactics August 22, 2013
Bradley Manning: ‘I Will Recover From This…This Is Just a Stage in My Life’ August 21, 2013
Groklaw Shuts Down: Pamela Jones Cites NSA Surveillance As Reason For Tech Law Blog’s Closure August 21, 2013
Bradley Manning Sentenced by Military Judge to 35 Years in Prison August 21, 2013
David Miranda, schedule 7 and the danger that all reporters now face August 20, 2013
Oh Google. Of course email users expect privacy — you promised it to them August 19, 2013
Remember podcasting? It’s back - and booming August 19, 2013
Lavabit owner fears arrest for non-compliance after secret surveillance order August 18, 2013
Detaining my partner: a failed attempt at intimidation August 18, 2013
Glenn Greenwald’s partner detained at Heathrow airport for nine hours August 18, 2013
What happens when you win The Price Is Right? August 17, 2013
Response to Today’s Bradley Manning Statement August 17, 2013
NSA Legislation Since the Leaks Began August 17, 2013
Court: Ability to police U.S. spying program limited August 17, 2013
Bradley Manning Pleads With Judge to Allow Him to ‘Return to Productive Place in Society’ August 15, 2013
Email service used by Snowden shuts itself down, warns against using US-based companies | Glenn Greenwald August 15, 2013
Lavabit founder, under gag order, speaks out about shutdown decision August 15, 2013
11 Fast Food Oddities Nobody Had Asked For August 14, 2013
NBC Buying Web Service to Stream Phone Video August 14, 2013
First 100 Pages of Aaron Swartz’s Secret Service File Released August 14, 2013
We need Big Tech to protect us from Big Brother | Jeff Jarvis | Comment is free | theguardian.com August 14, 2013
Stop Thinking That Tech Hacks Will Fix Our Surveillance Problems | Wired Opinion | Wired.com August 14, 2013
DEA and NSA Team Up to Share Intelligence, Leading to Secret Use of Surveillance in Ordinary Investigations August 11, 2013
NSA loophole allows warrantless search for US citizens’ emails and phone calls August 11, 2013
Army Establishes Insider Threat Program August 9, 2013
Lavabit, email service Snowden reportedly used, abruptly shuts down August 9, 2013
Greenwald claims up to 20,000 Snowden documents are in his possession August 9, 2013
Move aside, .com: .wed, other domains will make Internet more crowded August 9, 2013
Members of Congress denied access to basic information about NSA August 7, 2013
12 Historical Speeches Nobody Ever Heard August 7, 2013
Twitter’s Killer New Two-Factor Solution Kicks SMS to the Curb August 7, 2013
Why Amazon’s Jeff Bezos bought The Washington Post August 7, 2013
Do you have a digital or social media will? Who will maintain your life online when you’re dead? August 7, 2013
Why YouTube buffers: The secret deals that make—and break—online video August 3, 2013
Edward Snowden leaves Moscow airport after Russia grants asylum August 3, 2013
FBI pressures Internet providers to install surveillance software August 3, 2013
XKeyscore: NSA tool collects ‘nearly everything a user does on the internet’ August 1, 2013
Questions Over Judge’s Rulings But Little Hope for Bradley Manning August 1, 2013
Judge Issues Verdict in Bradley Manning’s Trial (Live Updates) July 30, 2013
10 Ways To Make Your Office More Fun July 26, 2013
9 Easy-To-Steal Habits Of The Super Successful July 26, 2013
» Defense closes argument, Bradley was humanist whistle-blower: trialreport, day 22 July 26, 2013
‘Friend,’ as a Verb, Is 800 Years Old July 26, 2013
You Can Live Forever: Is Immortality Plausible? Or Is It Quack Science? July 25, 2013
The Death Of Screen Reader Innovation July 25, 2013
In Ohio, Town Celebrates a Duct Tape Festival July 25, 2013
Irish Road Bowling Rolls On in U.S. July 25, 2013
In a Close Vote, Congress Shamefully Defeats Amendment That Sought to Curtail NSA Surveillance July 25, 2013
Feds put heat on Web firms for master encryption keys July 24, 2013
Holder Tightens Rules on Getting Reporters’ Data - NYTimes.com July 24, 2013
Is Judge Denise Lind Bradley Manning’s Biggest Enemy? July 24, 2013
Math Behind Leak Crackdown - 153 Cases, 4 Years, 0 Indictments July 23, 2013
Every Amusement Ride, From Least Scary To Scariest July 23, 2013
Bradley Manning’s Trial: Motion for Finding of ‘Not Guilty’ on ‘Aiding Enemy’ Charge Denied (Updates) July 18, 2013
Journalism On Trial as Bradley Manning Case Nears Moment of Truth July 18, 2013
Toddler begs for pizza from her hospital window, and Reddit delivers July 18, 2013
5 things that make you irresistible to mosquitoes July 18, 2013
PRISM for Pirates: AT&T Invents The Ultimate Anti-Piracy System July 16, 2013
Facebook insists you don’t care how many people saw your posts July 16, 2013
EFF Files Massive Lawsuit Over NSA Surveillance: Gun Rights, Civil Liberties Groups, Religious Groups Team Up July 16, 2013
Susan Taylor Dies At Age 34 Swimming English Channel For Charity July 16, 2013
Barrett Brown, political prisoner of the information revolution July 15, 2013
Google Refuses to Delete Pirate Websites from its Search Results July 15, 2013
Secret to Prism program: Even bigger data seizure July 15, 2013
20 Words We Owe to William Shakespeare July 15, 2013
The History of Control Alt Delete July 15, 2013
New Utah NSA center requires 1.7M gallons of water daily to operate July 14, 2013
Wikileaks scolds Guardian over NSA reporting July 14, 2013
Genius: This Alarm Clock Shreds a Dollar Bill If You Let It Buzz Too Long July 12, 2013
How Acceptable Was Anonymous Speculation About Snowden’s Laptops? July 12, 2013
Why 29,000 inmates in California are on hunger strike July 12, 2013
Khalid Sheikh Mohammed Designed a Vacuum Cleaner from His CIA Prison - Dashiell Bennett July 12, 2013
How Far Does The National Snooping Dollar Stretch? July 12, 2013
Revealed: how Microsoft handed the NSA access to encrypted messages July 11, 2013
The Death Of Google Reader Opens The Door To A Smarter Subscription Ecosystem July 11, 2013
FORT MEADE, Md.: Witness: No harm to US from leaked Guantánamo files - Guantánamo July 11, 2013
What Is Nostalgia Good For? Quite a Bit, Research Shows July 11, 2013
5 futuristic concepts from the Aspen Ideas Festival that might change your life July 11, 2013
Facebook: ‘We Will Make Our Product Worse, You Will Be Upset, And Then You Will Live With It’ | The Onion - America’s Finest News Source July 11, 2013
In Secret, Court Vastly Broadens Powers of N.S.A. July 10, 2013
Google logic: why Google does the things it does the way it does July 10, 2013
Judge Orders U.S. to Release Aaron Swartz’s Secret Service File July 10, 2013
Iran will provide state-run email addresses to all citizens July 10, 2013
My Talk on Digital Preservation at Quantified Self Los Angeles July 10, 2013
8 Unbelievable Technologies That Replace Super Powers July 8, 2013
On “Geek” Versus “Nerd” July 8, 2013
Why do so many American ‘journalists’ appear to hate actual journalism? July 8, 2013
Yahoo’s Recently Acquired Task Tracking Service Astrid Will Go Dark On August 5 July 8, 2013
Does Drinking Something Hot On A Hot Day Cool You Down? July 8, 2013
Text of a July 2, 2013, letter to Edward Snowden from his father and father’s attorney July 6, 2013
14 Google Tools You Didn’t Know Existed July 6, 2013
The Death of Truth July 6, 2013
On Confirmed Assumptions July 4, 2013
The Dragnet at the Edge of Forever July 4, 2013
Adactio: Journal—Battle for the planet of the APIs July 4, 2013
Zynga Mistake Puts Random Stranger In Customer Support Role July 4, 2013
Lockdown — Marco.org July 3, 2013
Extreme heat bakes cookies July 2, 2013
Ezra Klein’s Case Against Getting Your News From Twitter June 30, 2013
Google Reader, I Don’t Know How to Quit You June 30, 2013
Judge: WikiLeaks Tweets Admissible in Bradley Manning Trial June 29, 2013
Where will Google Reader traffic go? June 29, 2013
Inner workings of a top secret spy program June 29, 2013
What It’s Like to Get a National-Security Letter June 28, 2013
How the NSA is still harvesting your online data June 27, 2013
NSA collected Americans’ email records in bulk for two years under Obama June 27, 2013
The US got Edward Snowden’s middle name wrong on extradition documents June 26, 2013
Digg Reader Is A Promising, But Still Incomplete, Google Reader Alternative (Hands On) June 25, 2013
Digg Blog: Digg Reader Rollout June 25, 2013
Aided by WikiLeaks, Edward Snowden leaves Hong Kong to seek asylum in Ecuador June 23, 2013
Edward Snowden asks for asylum in Ecuador - as it happened June 23, 2013
U.S. asks Hong Kong for Snowden’s return June 22, 2013
Obama’s crackdown views leaks as aiding enemies of U.S. | McClatchy June 21, 2013
Kim Kardashian And Kanye West Name Their Baby June 21, 2013
Web’s Reach Binds N.S.A. and Silicon Valley Leaders June 21, 2013
An RSS Reader A Week: In Search of a Google Reader Replacement June 21, 2013
The top secret rules that allow NSA to use US data without a warrant June 21, 2013
Julian Assange supporters stand by their man June 19, 2013
Leaseweb Wipes All Megaupload User Data, Dotcom Outraged | TorrentFreak June 19, 2013
Body scanner ruling could squelch NSA domestic spying June 17, 2013
Why Facebook isn’t the right company to create a Google Reader replacement June 17, 2013
Julian Assange prepared for five more years in embassy, says Ecuador | Media June 17, 2013
Journalists Need To Start Asking About Storage, Not Access June 17, 2013
Edward Snowden Q&A: Dick Cheney traitor charge is ‘the highest honor’ | World news | guardian.co.uk June 17, 2013
‘Happy Birthday’ lawsuit demands Warner Music pay back millions in royalties June 14, 2013
Facebook Will Launch A News Reader At June 20th Press Event June 14, 2013
NSA Snooping Was Only the Beginning. Meet the Spy Chief Leading Us Into Cyberwar June 14, 2013
Breathe Easy. Keep Reading. June 14, 2013
NSA-proof encryption exists. Why doesn’t anyone use it? June 14, 2013
Leaked: NSA’s Talking Points Defending NSA Surveillance June 14, 2013
11 Awesome Candies That You’ll Probably Never Eat Again | Mental Floss June 13, 2013
U.S. Agencies Said to Swap Data With Thousands of Firms June 13, 2013
Secret Court Ruling Put Tech Companies in Data Bind June 13, 2013
Senator Wyden Calls For Hearings Over Intelligence Officials Lying To Congress June 12, 2013
Author Of The Patriot Act Says NSA Surveillance Is An Abuse And Must End June 12, 2013
Bradley Manning’s Trial, Day 6 (Live Updates) June 12, 2013
US v Pfc. Manning | Garani air strike case bombs in Court June 12, 2013
Bradley Manning’s Trial—Day 5 (Live Updates) June 12, 2013
46 Google Reader Alternatives June 11, 2013
Twitter retires API v1, finally killing off TweetDeck for iOS, Android, AIR and other apps June 11, 2013
Bradley Manning’s Trial—Day 4 (Live Updates) June 10, 2013
Edward Snowden: the whistleblower behind the NSA surveillance revelations June 9, 2013
Tech Companies Concede to Surveillance Program June 8, 2013
All the Infrastructure a Tyrant Would Need, Courtesy of Bush and Obama June 8, 2013
Boundless Informant: the NSA’s secret tool to track global surveillance data June 8, 2013
Official Blog: What the …? June 8, 2013
Why Google Reader Really Got the Axe June 7, 2013
Anti-Surveillance Activist Is at Center of New Leak June 7, 2013
Hear Ye, Future Deep Throats: This Is How to Leak to the Press June 7, 2013
Officials: NSA mistakenly intercepted emails, phone calls of innocent Americans June 7, 2013
30 Bits of Commencement Wisdom for the Class of 2013 June 6, 2013
White House defends NSA phone records collection as ‘critical tool’ June 6, 2013
The Unknown Patriot Who Exposed the Government’s Verizon Spy Program June 6, 2013
U.S. intelligence mining data from nine U.S. Internet companies in broad secret program June 6, 2013
NSA has direct access to tech giants’ systems for user data, secret files June 6, 2013
Verizon providing all call records to U.S. under court order June 5, 2013
Bradley Manning’s Trial, Day 3 (Live Updates) June 5, 2013
NSA collecting phone records of millions of Americans June 5, 2013
Defense: Bradley Manning Was Naive to Think He Could Change the World But Had Good Intentions June 4, 2013
Government: Bradley Manning ‘Dumped Information on the Internet into the Hands of the Enemy’ June 4, 2013
Bradley Manning’s Trial, Day 2 (Live Updates) June 4, 2013
Bradley Manning’s Trial: Day 1 (Live Updates) June 4, 2013
Justice Department tries to force Google to hand over user data June 1, 2013
Kim Dotcom Wins Case to Get Seized Material Back… June 1, 2013
I Thought Solitary Confinement in Iran Was Bad — Then I Went Inside America’s Prisons May 23, 2013
Blind advocates: Hollywood lobbying threatens deal for accessible books May 23, 2013
How the FBI’s online wiretapping plan could get your computer hacked May 23, 2013
A brief history of trolls May 23, 2013
Julian Assange reveals GCHQ messages discussing Swedish extradition May 21, 2013
The Collected Letters of Marissa Mayer and David Karp May 21, 2013
Tumbling On: 5 Alternatives For The Tumblr Exodus May 20, 2013
Yahoo Board to Meet Sunday to Consider $1.1B, All-Cash Deal for Tumblr May 19, 2013
Tumblr Brand Will Remain — With Mostly “Hands-Off” Approach by Yahoo May 19, 2013
Yahoo to Buy Tumblr for $1.1 Billion May 19, 2013
Phone Records of Journalists of The Associated Press Seized by U.S. May 18, 2013
33 Moving Tips That Will Make Your Life So Much Easier May 18, 2013
Massive ‘Bloomberg Cupcake’ Weighs In At 36K Calories May 18, 2013
Yahoo to hold press event Monday as Tumblr buyout rumors swirl (update) May 18, 2013
Yahoo rumored to be in negotiations to buy Tumblr May 17, 2013
The complete guide to buying online popularity May 14, 2013
Hacker Andrew Auernheimer Placed In Solitary Confinement For Tweeting From Prison | TechCrunch May 14, 2013
McCain Introduces Bill for ‘a la Carte’ Cable TV May 13, 2013
Google unifies Gmail, Drive, and photo storage: all users now get 15GB of shared space May 13, 2013
DOJ: We don’t need warrants for e-mail, Facebook chats May 8, 2013
Testing the limits of Chinese Internet censorship May 8, 2013
Internet sales tax bill faces tough sell in House May 7, 2013
Let’s retire RSS when they retire Google Reader May 7, 2013
Obama May Back F.B.I. Plan to Wiretap Web Users May 7, 2013
Legislation would provide subsidies for low-income broadband access May 3, 2013
Proposal seeks to fine tech companies for noncompliance with wiretap orders May 3, 2013
Five ways Congress should improve the copyright system May 3, 2013
Not cool, Adobe: Give the Ninite guys a job, not the middle finger May 3, 2013
The Internet blew my mind May 3, 2013
Senate committee votes to end warrantless e-mail searches. April 28, 2013
Amazon’s Quest for Domain Name Rubs Brazil, Peru the Wrong Way April 28, 2013
Supreme Court of Iceland rules firm must process donations for WikiLeaks April 28, 2013
Non-24-hour sleep-wake disorder - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia April 25, 2013
CISPA ‘dead’ in Senate, privacy concerns cited April 25, 2013
13 things I learned hanging out at the Wheel of Fortune set April 24, 2013
Senate votes to move forward on bill taxing Internet sales April 24, 2013
U.S. gives big, secret push to Internet surveillance April 24, 2013
Gmail’s New Compose Is Now Default, Soon All Users Will Be Required To Use It March 30, 2013
Invented Words for Common Writing Mistakes March 30, 2013
Tumblr Experiencing Site-Wide Outage March 29, 2013
FBI wants real-time Gmail, Dropbox spying power. March 28, 2013
Amanda Knox’s ABC News Interview, Book Release Will Go On As Planned March 28, 2013
Don’t Get Offended March 28, 2013
For Whom the Bell Tolls March 28, 2013
Guy With 10,000 Tweets, 15 Followers About Ready To Hang It Up | The Onion March 28, 2013
How to Get Beyoncé Out of Your Head: The Scientific Solution March 27, 2013
NYC Mayor Bloomberg: Government has right to ‘infringe on your freedom’ March 26, 2013
No Googling, says Google — unless you really mean it March 26, 2013
I Was a Warehouse Wage Slave March 25, 2013
F.A.A. May Loosen Curbs on Fliers’ Use of Electronics March 25, 2013
Senate embraces Internet taxes | March 25, 2013
Sorry Google; you can Keep it to yourself March 22, 2013
Justice Department bends on (some) e-mail privacy fixes March 20, 2013
Seems Google really can’t wait to get rid of Reader March 20, 2013
Google Keep—Save what’s on your mind March 20, 2013
11 Times Companies Bowed to Customer Outcry March 18, 2013
5 Things Record Labels Don’t Want You to Know They Do March 18, 2013
This Is Your ‘Jeopardy’ Host Short List - Esther Zuckerman March 18, 2013
Washington Post to start charging frequent site users March 18, 2013
Gagging recipients of National Security Letters found unconstitutional March 16, 2013
Formspring, The Pioneering ‘Ask Me Anything’ Anonymous Q&A Platform, Is Shutting Down March 16, 2013
The Google Reader Shutdown Is Yet Another Nail In Feedburner’s Coffin March 13, 2013
Google To Close The Book On Google Reader On July 1; Seven Other Products Also Get The Chop March 13, 2013
Freedom of the Press Foundation Publishes Leaked Audio of Bradley Manning’s Statement March 12, 2013
How To Opt Out of Receiving Facebook Ads Based on Your Real-Life Shopping Activity March 12, 2013
Judge blocks New York City large-soda ban, Mayor Bloomberg vows fight March 12, 2013
Internet Marriages on Rise in Some Immigrant Communities March 11, 2013
Court curbs Homeland Security’s laptop border searches March 11, 2013
Pet Peeves of the Blind and Visually Impaired March 8, 2013
My First Message From the Future: How Facebook Died March 8, 2013
Why teens are tiring of Facebook March 8, 2013
Senator Claire McCaskill drafting bill to allow in-flight electronicsduring takeoff and landing March 8, 2013
Zynga: Oh, sure we copy other people’s games March 8, 2013
What Should I Do Now that Google Apps Accounts Are No Longer Free? March 7, 2013
Prison lets notorious hacker use a computer; hacking ensues March 7, 2013
‘What Good Shall I Do This Day?’ Asked Benjamin Franklin Every Single Morning March 7, 2013
Twitter discontinuing iPhone, Android, and Air versions of TweetDeck March 4, 2013
Life Inside the Aaron Swartz Investigation - Quinn Norton March 4, 2013
On Facebook, Sharing Can Come at a Cost March 4, 2013
Pfc. Bradley E. Manning’s Statement for the Providence Inquiry March 1, 2013
7 Words that Came About from People Getting Them Wrong March 1, 2013
Pentagon Suggests Sequester Would Impair Ability to Fight WikiLeaks March 1, 2013
Samsung struggles to block iPhone function for the blind February 26, 2013
Internet Explorer 10 finally available for Windows 7 February 26, 2013
New anti-piracy system will hit U.S. Internet users next week February 23, 2013
Oscar gets bail - recap of final day | News24 February 22, 2013
New Bill Helps Expand Public Access to Scientific Knowledge February 21, 2013
White House warns of dangers posed by WikiLeaks, LulzSec, other ‘hacktivists’ February 21, 2013
Oscar Pistorius bail hearing - day 3 February 21, 2013
Oscar Pistorius bail hearing - day 2 February 21, 2013
Oscar Pistorius bail hearing - day 1 | News24 February 19, 2013
Software that tracks people on social media created by defence firm February 16, 2013
Caring on Stolen Time: A Nursing Home Diary February 16, 2013
Oscar Pistorius Charged With Murder: Paralympian Accused Of Fatally Shooting Girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp February 15, 2013
Posterous Will Shut Down On April 30th, Co-Founder Garry Tan Launches Posthaven To Save Your Sites February 15, 2013
House panel to reintroduce controversial cyber bill, setting up White House fight February 13, 2013
CIA Whistleblower John Kiriakou, Sentenced to 30 Months in Jail, Wears Conviction as “Badge of Honor.” January 30, 2013
The EU-funded plan to stick a “flag this as terrorism” button in your browser January 30, 2013
For NASA, a Somber Week of Space Disaster Anniversaries January 29, 2013
For 40 Years, This Russian Family Was Cut Off From All Human Contact, Unaware of World War II January 29, 2013
A Senator’s Lonely Crusade to Learn the CIA’s Secrets January 21, 2013
Face to Face with Kim Dotcom on the Launch of Mega January 21, 2013
Wikileaks Says Aaron Swartz Was a Possible Source January 21, 2013
The Oath on a Sunday and President for a Day January 21, 2013
Aaron Swartz Memorial JSTOR Liberator sets public domain academic articles free January 18, 2013
“We’ve lost a fighter”: Hundreds gather to mourn Aaron Swartz January 18, 2013
Writing Thoughts Down Can Help Quell the Bad, Keep the Good December 14, 2012
Julian Assange loses appeal against extradition May 30, 2012
Julian Assange Loses Extradition Appeal, from newsfeed.time.com. May 30, 2012
Bitly Launches “Bitmarks.” May 29, 2012
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange to receive UK Supreme Court decision on extradition to Sweden, from the Herald Sun May 29, 2012
Why Do Paper Cuts Hurt So Much? May 28, 2012
How One Teacher Turned Sixth Grade Into An MMO May 28, 2012
World’s first skydive without a parachute. May 26, 2012
What to Do Before Bed to Sleep Better May 25, 2012
RIAA Hilariously Claims Limewire Owes It…Wait For It…$72 TRILLION May 25, 2012
Where is VolksMail? May 23, 2012
Twitter’s change is unfortunate May 23, 2012
15 Current Technologies A Child Born Today Will Never Use, From Yahoo! News. May 21, 2012
Exclusive: New Google+ Study Reveals Minimal Social Activity, Weak User Engagement, from Fast Company. May 21, 2012
Weird reasons why you might be tired. May 19, 2012