/r/privacy
DateFlairLinkCommentsAuthorScore
2016 Nov 29 Edward Snowden on Twitter: The @FBI is now openly issuing the general warrants that, in 1760, led John Adams to first dream of independence.387 Comments3rd_Party_2016+4878
2016 Oct 30Misleading title Reddit is selling our data to Stratfor. A company that fronts as an intelligence publisher, but provides confidential intelligence services to large corporations, such as Bhopal's Dow Chemical Co., Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman and many others.189 CommentsStorm-Sage+3859
2016 Sep 14 Pardon Edward Snowden162 Commentsdynamite_don+3649
2015 Dec 28 Entire US voter registration record leaks (191 million)524 CommentsFoundTheStuff+3541
2017 Jan 17 "After Snowden showed everyone how much the US tracks people's browsing, there was a 20% decrease in visits to Wikipedia pages about topics relating to terrorism."138 Commentsmsew59+2773
2017 Jan 10 Email Privacy Act reintroduced in Congress - If passed, this bill would require the government to get a warrant before digging up your old email.58 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+2423
2016 Oct 05 Edward Snowden on Twitter: Heads up: Any major email service not clearly, categorically denying this tomorrow -- without careful phrasing -- is as guilty as Yahoo. • /r/snowden139 Commentseleitl+2231
2016 Dec 10 UK-based tech is now unsafe. All big companies must offer Gov a chance to backdoor it, pre-launch.168 CommentsRobby010101+2141
2014 Oct 14 Anonabox - Tor router box is false representation, possibly even scam!533 Commentshtilonom+2066
2017 Jan 09 The FBI Is Apparently Paying Geek Squad Members To Dig Around In Computers For Evidence Of Criminal Activity174 Commentsscreaming_librarian+1891
2016 Feb 17 Apple: A Message to Our Customers147 CommentsAluminiumMk1+1722
2016 Nov 21 Has Wikileaks been Compromised? Cryptographic Hashes Email Leaks Not Matching Up - Freedom Hacker148 Commentswl_is_down+1707
2017 Jan 12 BREAKING: Obama admin permits NSA to give raw (unminimized to protect privacy)12333 surveillance to FBI/CIA/DEA/etc254 Comments4nis+1675
2015 Sep 16 AVG anti virus just updated there privacy policy. it says that they can and will sell your browsing history to 3rd parties.772 Commentspingike99+1667
2016 Mar 04 Bernie Sanders on Twitter: "In my view, the NSA is out of control and operating in an unconstitutional manner."213 Commentspizzaiolo_+1517
2016 Mar 31Political The warrant canary is missing from the 2015 reddit transparency report.339 Commentstoucher+1472
2016 Nov 12 An accused drug dealer inadvertently revealed a facial recognition network in Florida that defense attorneys knew nothing about (x-post from /r/TrueReddit)63 Commentsangerispoison42+1435
2016 Oct 24 The NSA can now access triple the phone data it had before Edward Snowden’s revelations50 CommentsmWo12+1428
2016 Feb 18 Apple isn't protecting a shooter's iPhone data. They're defending digital privacy117 CommentsblackVPN+1366
2015 Nov 17 No evidence ISIS terrorists used encryption, however there is strong evidence they used vehicles. Ban all vehicles now!44 CommentsCannon-C+1322
2016 Jul 29 Green Party Candidate Jill Stein Pledges to Grant Edward Snowden a Full Pardon and Appoint Him to Her Cabinet226 Commentsoasisgardener+1315
2016 Oct 28 Internet providers now need permission to share or sell your web browsing data64 CommentsVincentLaurent+1272
2016 Nov 25 The Uber iOS app no longer has a "while using the app" option for location access after the latest app. You either have to turn it off and not use the app or give "always" permission. iOS should stop this strong arming technique by making "while using the app" mandatory121 Commentsronan125+1259
2016 Apr 06 Edward Snowden Mocks Cameron For Sudden Interest In Privacy After Panama Papers Leak26 Commentspolymute+1234
2016 Nov 10 President Obama Should Shut Down the NSA’s Mass Spying Before It’s Too Late192 CommentsevanFFTF+1196
2016 Sep 24clickbait Windows 10 Might Soon Track Absolutely Everything You Do "for Your Own Good"324 Commentsplslovedoge+1153
2016 Nov 17 Britain has passed the 'most extreme surveillance law ever passed in a democracy'233 Commentsweedmanuk+1152
2015 Jan 20 FBI Seeks To Legally Hack You If You are Connected To TOR Or a VPN141 CommentspefbecOyz6+1134
2016 Jun 23 As quietly as possible, the government is renewing its assault on your privacy50 CommentsblackVPN+1124
2015 Aug 07 A bit of privacy please!8 Commentspizzaiolo_+1108
2016 Oct 21 Google Has Quietly Dropped Ban on Personally Identifiable Web Tracking110 Commentsourari+1092
2016 Oct 01 The "Pardon Snowden" Case Just Got Stronger96 Commentspizzaiolo_+1091
2016 Sep 23 Cops are raiding the homes of innocent people based only on IP addresses236 Commentspolymute+1081
2016 Sep 12 The ACLU Is About to Launch a Campaign Asking Obama to Pardon Edward Snowden53 Commentsourari+1057
2016 May 29 It looks like reddit wants to become a profitable business by using user data. Interesting statements from Steve Huffman made this week: "We know all of your interests. Not only just your interests you are willing to declare publicly on Facebook - we know your dark secrets, we know everything".249 Commentsclydethefrog+1039
2016 Mar 10 Surprise! NSA data will soon routinely be used for domestic policing that has nothing to do with terrorism73 Commentsdabshitty+1033
2015 Jul 13 The Latest Snowden Leak Is Devastating to NSA Defenders -- The agency collected and stored intimate chats, photos, and emails belonging to innocent Americans—and secured them so poorly that reporters can now browse them at will.69 Commentsdrew3000+1029
2016 Dec 02 Internet Archive Successfully Fends Off Secret FBI Order19 Comments3rd_Party_2016+1007
2015 Dec 19 CISA Is Now The Law: How Congress Quietly Passed The Second Patriot Act40 CommentsmWo12+996
2015 Nov 14 (France) Paris attack confirms again - mass surveillance is absolutely useless! It's only hurting you and me.185 CommentsYnoS4950+983
2014 Nov 02 Dear ImgUR... are 31 tracking cookies really required on your website?164 Commentsviolentsoho+980
2016 Apr 27 House unanimously passes Email Privacy Act, requiring warrants for obtaining emails55 Commentsspeckz+976
2015 Sep 02 Senator Bernie Sanders: It’s Time To End Orwellian Surveillance of Every American. Rewrite Patriot Act to Protect Privacy197 Commentsar0cketman+971
2015 Dec 31 Edward Snowden says to his 1.73 million followers on Twitter: "Without Tor, when you walk the streets of the internet, you're always watched"113 Commentsbi-kitty+959
2016 Dec 29 Nine in ten in the EU agree they should be able to encrypt their messages and calls, so they can only be read by the recipient (90%)30 Commentspolymute+940
2016 Mar 23 Amnesty International declares encryption an essential protection to the human rights for privacy and free speech. An important step in the right direction.18 CommentsCykraDotCom+935
2016 Mar 16 Reddit started tracking the links we click. Here's a GreaseMonkey / Tampermonkey userscript to prevent that.211 CommentsOperaSona+926
2013 Jul 31CodeRed Revealed: NSA program collects 'nearly everything a user does on the internet'89 Commentsillorum+916
2016 May 03 Edward Snowden: ‘Governments can reduce our dignity to that of tagged animals’41 CommentsLibertatea+916
2015 Oct 21 CISA, a surveillance bill disguised as a 'cybersecurity' bill is about to pass in Congress. Help stop the Patriot Act 2.023 Commentstravelerinthemist+903
2015 Nov 23 Bangladesh bans Facebook, Tor usage skyrockets 380%60 Commentsdogdays12304+895
2016 Nov 30 Web Anonymity to Become Reasonable Suspicion Thursday135 CommentsSQLoverride+895
2016 Dec 19 Trump's pick to head the CIA wants the government to spy on virtually everything we do74 CommentsmWo12+891
2016 Oct 16 Clinton won't budge on mass surveillance stance, leaked emails reveal175 Commentsaleister+888
2016 Aug 25 New leaks prove it: the NSA is putting us all at risk to be hacked | Bruce Schneier30 Commentsourari+874
2017 Jan 02 The Obama administration has secured 526 months of prison time for national security leakers, versus only 24 months total jail time for everyone else who ever leaked since the American Revolution60 Comments_D_I_S_T_R_E_S_S_+872
2016 May 13 Ex-intelligence analyst: We need more Snowdens | "He made my job harder and most of my military colleagues hated him. But he did the right thing."23 Commentsourari+865
2014 Aug 27 CISPA Is Back With A New Name: CISA is the newest and latest version of a bill that would give the NSA even more powers29 Commentsquantumcipher+859
2016 Nov 18 Obama Refuses to Pardon Edward Snowden. Trump’s New CIA Pick Wants Him Dead.79 Commentstrai_dep+858
2017 Jan 03 Facebook uploads all your phone contacts, records your location, velocity, acceleration and more, every time you use the app122 Commentsvvvelaxtrummm+856
2016 Nov 28 The FBI Hacked Over 8,000 Computers In 120 Countries Based on One Warrant54 Commentsmaxwellhill+852
2016 Dec 14 Evernote Employees Can Read Your Notes, and There's No Way To Opt Out150 CommentsAnonymousAurele+850
2016 Jun 21 Join the EFF against the Rule 41 update which lets federal judges unconstitutionally hack you37 Commentsbitbybitbybitcoin+847
2016 May 05 Apple Stole My Music. No, Seriously.150 Commentssunkindonut149+837
2014 Jan 06 NSA is not spying "unless you choose..."79 CommentsMongoMongus+830
2016 Oct 31 Google ditches promises that DoubleClick tracking data and personal infomation would never be mixed - Google ad tracking gets far more personal as company drops bans on how it uses data82 Comments--Kai--+828
2016 Oct 02 There’s exactly one way to prevent misuse of surveillance data: to never collect it in the first place70 CommentsFalkvinge+827
2016 Oct 18 Edward Snowden is a saint, not a sinner65 CommentsmWo12+827
2015 Sep 23 The following companies just betrayed billions of people92 CommentsNypox+810
2016 Sep 09 Dropbox fakes the OSX login dialog to cache your password and reconfigure your privacy settings68 Commentslomoeffect+806
2016 Nov 24 Microsoft shares Windows 10 telemetry data with third parties133 CommentsmWo12+806
2016 Oct 22 The ACLU wants 23 secret surveillance laws made public10 Commentsplato_thyself+802
2015 Oct 04 In China, your credit score is now affected by your political opinions as detected by online surveillance, as well as the the political opinions of your friends53 CommentsFalkvinge+798
2015 May 29Misleading title Google has gone too far: In Android M, Google Now will be able to read messages automatically from ANY app - including Viber, Whatsapp, other email services and so on. So even if you use a 3rd party end-to-end encrypted app, Google will likely still be able to read and collect those messages.129 Commentsjohnmountain+786
2017 Jan 13 WhatsApp backdoor allows snooping on encrypted messages.210 Commentszucchini_asshole+786
2015 Jun 23 Schneier: Encryption should be enabled for everything by default, not a feature you turn on only if you're doing something you consider worth protecting. Every time you use encryption, you're protecting someone who needs to use it to stay alive.40 Commentsjohnmountain+781
2016 Nov 16 US judge orders FBI, CIA to disclose Occupy surveillance51 Commentsplato_thyself+779
2016 Dec 12 How pre-teens using metadata found a whistleblower in two hours65 Commentsgszathmari+775
2016 Apr 03 There Are Some Super Shady Things in Oculus Rift's ToS. These include details like waiving your right to a juried trial and agreeing to go into arbitration instead. If you create something with the Rift, they say that you surrender all rights to that work and that they can use it whenever it wants.90 Commentsrobbphoenix+768
2016 Aug 06Software I just made this tonight. Reddit is tracking every outbound link you click even if you are not logged in, every news article, image, or website you visit from Reddit is being recorded.85 Commentsbuyitonce+763
2016 Mar 12 Surprise! NSA data will soon routinely be used for domestic policing that has nothing to do with terrorism42 CommentsKruger2147+756
2015 Feb 26 EFF comes in 1st place in Reddit's charity vote. EFF will get a $82,765.95 donation from Reddit.56 Commentsmepper+746
2016 Jun 26 STOP Rule 41 — FBI should not get Legal Power to Hack Computers Worldwide13 CommentsEasyCrypt+741
2016 Oct 09 FCC Proposal Would Ban Web Providers’ Sharing of Users’ Online Activity with Advertisers21 CommentsDonManuel+739
2013 Jun 10Activism The NSA surveillance break has become a sensational story about a man named Edward Snowden. Have we forgotten that we actually need to DO something?68 Commentssemicomatose74+734
2016 Apr 10 Draft of US Encryption Bill Leaks Online, Is Incredibly Stupid102 Commentsginger_bredman+733
2016 Sep 19 Why Obama Should Pardon All Leakers and Whistleblowers — Not Just Edward Snowden39 Commentslabooleyrama+729
2014 Nov 03 I just thought this belongs here!48 CommentsAndrej_ID+728
2016 Nov 22 31 authors urge Obama to pardon Edward Snowden49 Commentsprivacypatriot+724
2016 Jun 17 TIL the FBI is currently storing more than 411 million pictures of peoples' faces in their facial recognition database43 Commentsmelissa_mccarthy+722
2016 Jun 24 The FBI Is Classifying Its Tor Browser Exploit Because 'National Security'69 Commentshugvo+722
2016 Jun 04 Reddit admins quietly update a 16 day old changelog post: you are now tracked even if logged out47 Commentslakeyosemit+720
2016 Nov 20 ACLU Sues for Answers on Warrantless Surveillance of Americans33 Commentsfrenzy3+719
2015 Nov 15 Leaked email reveals US spooks to revive campaign against personal cryptography after next terrorist disaster puts Americans in a more receptive frame of mind.36 Commentseleitl+718
2015 Aug 15 ​Sick of Windows spying on you? Go Linux. With Windows 10 snooping on your every keystroke, it's time to consider an alternative: the Linux desktop.286 CommentsMadSpline+717
2016 May 09Off Topic /r/technology mods are "considering banning all domains that require users to disable ad blockers" for security reasons57 Commentsourari+717
2016 Dec 13 The Music Industry Shouldn't Be Able To Cut Off Your Internet Access13 CommentsmWo12+713
2016 May 28Misleading - Not all links Reddit will be silently changing links to redirection links via third-party advertising services in the near future102 CommentsBooty_Bumping+712
2016 Aug 17 With Windows 10, Microsoft Blatantly Disregards User Choice and Privacy: A Deep Dive142 Commentsmoviuro+711
2015 Mar 28 The FBI Used To Recommend Encryption. Now They Want To Ban It: FBI Pushes To Ban Unbreakable Encryption and Make Us All Less Safe.48 CommentsSave-Ferris1+710
2016 Jun 14 Both Trump And Clinton Suggest Expanding Mass Surveillance, Bogus Watch Lists After Attack In Orlando102 Commentsspeckz+701
2016 Apr 12 Uber gave U.S. agencies data on more than 12 million users59 CommentsSoCo_cpp+699
2016 Mar 22 French Police Report On Paris Attacks Shows No Evidence Of Encryption... So NY Times Invents Evidence Itself44 CommentsblackVPN+684
2013 Jul 23Activism Defund the NSA: It has been just over a month since the NSA’s dragnet surveillance program was leaked to the public. Tomorrow, there is a crucial vote that could defund part of the NSA’s surveillance infrastructure.26 Commentswhitefangs+683
2015 Apr 22 McConnell Introduces Bill to Reauthorize Patriot Act Until 2020. The move may thwart any attempt to reform the NSA’s mass-surveillance authorities34 Commentsjohnmountain+682
2017 Jan 15 With only days until Donald Trump takes office, the Obama announced new rules that will let the NSA share vast amounts of private data gathered without warrant, court orders or congressional authorization with 16 other agencies, including the FBI, DEA and DHS63 Commentsmaxwellhill+681
2016 Nov 08 If The FBI Can't Stop All These Leaks About An Investigation, Why Would it Be Able To Keep Encryption Backdoor Secret?35 CommentsAnonymousAurele+676
2015 Aug 02 By default, Windows 10 track/share the websites you visit, the purchases you make, the places you go, the words you type, the things you say and more.221 CommentsStraightFlush777+675
2016 Apr 14 Microsoft sues US government over 'unconstitutional' cloud data searches. "People do not give up their rights when they move their private information from physical storage to the cloud."100 Commentsspeckz+675
2016 Jul 28 Edward Snowden said the NSA could 'certainly' trace the DNC hack28 Commentsoasisgardener+670
2013 Jun 26 CNN website: International vs US edition.49 Commentsfreshasapoppy+666
2016 Apr 04 71% Want The Dark Net Shut Down, Showing Most Have No Idea What The Dark Net Is160 CommentsBarmagluk+664
2016 Aug 09 FCC's Wheeler: Broadband Privacy Should Not Be a 'Luxury Item'50 Commentsspeckz+664
2016 Aug 05 Sheriff Raids House to Find Anonymous Blogger Who Called Him Corrupt31 Commentsspeckz+663
2016 Aug 23 Secret Cameras Record Baltimore's Every Move From Above: "Since January, police have been testing an aerial surveillance system adapted from the surge in Iraq. And they neglected to tell the public."96 Commentstrot-trot+656
2015 Mar 01 Glenn Greenwald on Twitter: "After demanding backdoors into all encryption, US furiously attacks China for demanding backdoors into encryption http://t.co/3zfd5G6hRE"36 CommentsThue+654
2016 Feb 24 How many of you would be interested in comprehensive, always-up-to-date privacy & security guide?98 Commentsm52go+650
2015 Nov 02 "... Windows 10 is constantly tracking how it operates & how you are using it and sending that information back to Microsoft by default ... he also confirmed that, despite offering some options to turn elements of tracking off, *core data collection simply cannot be stopped*"237 CommentsDara17+645
2015 May 04 Congressman with computer science degree: Encryption back-doors are ‘technologically stupid’33 CommentsLibertatea+639
2015 Sep 17 A Dozen Libraries Want to Host Tor Nodes to Protest Govt Fearmongering - A tiny New Hampshire library has pushed back against the Dept of Homeland Security, & other librarians have its back.22 Commentsanutensil+639
2014 Feb 11 13-yr-old defies ‘big brother’ & refuses to be fingerprinted - Since 2012, over 800,000 children have had their biometric data taken by the govt in the UK via the school system. One girl is refusing to comply with the demands.77 Commentsanutensil+631
2015 Oct 29 EU voted 285-281 to cancel all charges against Edward Snowden, grant him protection, and prevent extradition43 Commentsjenerikku+631
2015 Mar 12 Apple Admits Siri Voice Data is Being shared with Third Parties87 Commentsswtt+625
2015 Dec 20 Rand Paul: Nobody read the $1.1 trillion omnibus bill93 Commentsweiss27md+624
2016 Apr 23 If candidate Clinton thinks there’s nothing wrong with paying for intentionally false and distorted messaging to disrupt information on the internet, how do you think she is likely act as President Clinton (with the full powers of the NSA at her disposal)?97 CommentsNotMe__US+622
2015 Sep 29 Snowden is on Twitter, and following only the NSA.85 Commentsillustrati+618
2016 Dec 28 Amazon refuses to let police access US murder suspect's Echo recordings147 CommentsSQLoverride+617
2014 Oct 12 Snowden: "When you say, ‘I have nothing to hide,’ you’re saying, ‘I don’t care about this right.’ You’re saying, ‘I don’t have this right, because I’ve got to the point where I have to justify it.’ The way rights work is, the government has to justify its intrusion into your rights."21 Commentstgf0U8m+611
2016 Apr 22 The NSA won't tell Congress how many Americans it's spying on because our democracy is broken78 Commentsspeckz+611
2016 Mar 09 Pentagon admits it has deployed military spy drones over the U.S.44 CommentsPipstydoo+610
2016 Dec 08 UK Petitions: Abolish the exemptions that MPs have received from the Investigatory Powers Act.38 Commentsmahemcd+608
2016 Dec 09 Britain spied on the CEO of Europe’s biggest Internet hosting company26 Commentsuoxuho+607
2017 Jan 19 ProtonMail adds Tor onion site to fight risk of state censorship138 CommentsMikeDickinson405+607
2015 Jul 01 David Cameron is going to try and ban encryption in Britain139 Commentsjohnmountain+606
2015 Oct 26 Only three days left and fewer than 4,000 signatures needed to tell President Obama to publicly affirm his support for strong encryption without backdoors or other vulnerabilities that would undermine the digital security of our devices, applications and the Internet42 CommentsPM_ME_THE_GIFTCARDS+604
2016 Jul 10 NSA Whistleblower: Clinton Emails Damaged U.S. National Security Much More than Manning, Assange Or Any Other Whistleblower69 CommentsmWo12+601
2016 Jul 11 PSA: Pokémon Go is getting full access to Google Accounts for iPhone players101 Commentsthrowaway69634205+600
2013 Nov 09 Privacy cartoon20 Commentsonetimer2342+598
2016 Feb 21 FBI fight with Apple is a big farce to get inside your phone: The government’s true goal is to use the case to establish a chilling legal precedent29 Commentsdavidreiss666+596
2015 Jan 26 Mass surveillance is fundamental threat to human rights, says European report21 Commentsourari+591
2015 May 01 President Bernie Sanders would dismantle NSA spying. "Kids will grow up knowing that every damn thing that they do is going to be recorded somewhere in a file, and I think that will have a very Orwellian and inhibiting impact on our lives."101 Commentsinkosana+589
2016 Sep 05 FBI director says agency preparing attack on data encryption after the elections104 Commentsjmdugan+588
2016 Jun 28 Terrorism Blacklist: I have a copy. Should it be shared?234 CommentsFoundTheStuff+587
2016 Feb 22 Rand Paul says Apple should not be compelled to hack San Bernardino terrorist's cell-phone - “I think we give up on who we are, and the terrorists win if we give up on our privacy and we violate the Bill of Rights just for simple expediency and for a false promise of security..”94 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+586
2014 Dec 12 Breaking News: Congress is passing a spy bill giving police unlimited access to communications92 CommentsMrwazztazz+584
2015 Dec 11 Voat is ditching Google Analytics... In an effort to better protect privacy68 Commentssalvia_d+584
2013 Jul 26 Sen. Ron Wyden On NSA Spying: It's As Bad As Snowden Says: "If we do not seize this moment in history to reform our surveillance laws, we will all live to regret it."16 Commentsliefj+583
2015 Feb 15 Thank Snowden: Internet Industry Now Considers The Intelligence Community An Adversary, Not A Partner.35 Commentstrai_dep+583
2016 Apr 20 FBI To Court: “No, We Won’t Reveal How We Hacked 1000+ TOR Users”61 CommentsmWo12+582
2016 May 04 Snowden: Whistleblowing Is Not Just Leaking — It’s an Act of Political Resistance16 Commentssheasie+580
2016 Jul 12 The FBI Says Its Malware Isn’t Malware Because the FBI Is Good54 Commentspolymute+574
2016 Jul 13 An unusual coalition of 13 Republicans and 12 Democrats on Wednesday announced the creation of the House Fourth Amendment Caucus to protect Americans' privacy rights against calls for increased government surveillance in the wake of terrorist attacks.28 Commentsqp0n+574
2015 Apr 06 Last Week Tonight with John Oliver: Government Surveillance (HBO)55 Commentsrkinsley+573
2015 Nov 21 Hillary Clinton hints that she supports backdoors in encryption: ...condemned tech companies' staunch refusal to weaken their encryption to make law-enforcement and counterterrorism investigations easier for the government44 Commentsmaxwellhill+569
2015 Dec 07 FBI's "Suicide Letter" to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and the Dangers of Unchecked Surveillance24 Commentsverdeadamas+569
2016 Oct 24 Google quietly made a major privacy policy change — and barely anyone noticed48 CommentsZmajLee+568
2016 Oct 26 AT&T's spying program is ‘worse than the Snowden revelations’16 CommentsevanFFTF+567
2017 Jan 14 Cloudflare Finally Able To Reveal FBI Gag Order That Congress Told Cloudflare Couldn't Possibly Exist18 Commentsmaxwellhill+564
2015 Feb 04 Samsung SmartTV Privacy Policy: "Please be aware that if your spoken words include personal or other sensitive information, that information will be among the data captured and transmitted to a third party through your use of Voice Recognition."109 Commentsbgny+563
2015 Nov 29 'Mind-Blowing Abuse of Power': Walmart Spied on Workers With FBI, Lockheed Martin's Help34 Commentspizzaiolo_+562
2015 Feb 17 Kaspersky Labs has uncovered a malware publisher that is pervasive, persistent, and seems to be the US Government. They infect hard drive firmware, USB thumb drive firmware, and can intercept encryption keys used. (x/post from /r/news)63 CommentsFeebleOldMan+561
2016 Aug 29 Australian Police Are Using Journalists' Metadata to Hunt Down Whistleblowers27 Commentsourari+561
2017 Jan 21 TIL Google Chrome Browser privacy policy is exactly 3 sentences long and says nothing about actual privacy. Instead it links to webpages, which can be changed at any time. Is this really a valid legal contract, or valid Terms of Service?45 CommentsDancingPetDoggies+560
2015 May 08 Of Snowden and the NSA, only one has acted unlawfully – and it’s not Snowden45 CommentsblackVPN+559
2016 Apr 16 Uber wants access to browsing history, bookmarks, and running apps169 Commentsconstituent+559
2016 Dec 31 I'm making a wiki on privacy, I'm also beginning a movement against the Investigatory Powers Act; come help out!53 CommentsLillyKitteh+558
2015 Nov 30 Feds Want ‘Backdoor’ Into Phones, While Terrorists Walk Through Front Door - Law enforcement is taking advantage of the Paris attack to renew its war on encryption.16 Commentsanutensil+554
2016 Nov 02 Uber’s redesigned app wants to mine personal information on your phone. Letting them access your calendars, address books, friends’ locations and more pitched as “more fun”.88 Commentstrai_dep+554
2016 Jan 27 Released Documents Show NSA Actually Surprised To Find Itself Portrayed Negatively In Popular Culture | Techdirt80 Commentsflaggwiz+552
2013 Jun 30 Shut down the NSA's 1.2 billion dollar Utah Data Center47 Commentsbiffbagwell+551
2016 Jun 19 I bought and returned a set of WiFi connected home security cameras. Forgot to delete my account and I can now watch the new owner.131 Commentsjenn_and_tonic+551
2016 Feb 11 Windows 10 Sends Your Data 5500 Times Every Day Even After Tweaking Privacy Settings175 CommentsGodsDeceiver+549
2013 Oct 08 NSA Director Keith Alexander admits he lied about phone surveillance stopping 54 terror plots. Last week he admitted that only 13 of the 54 cases were connected to the United States and that one or two were identified as a result of bulk phone record collection.26 Commentsblandz87+548
2016 Jul 24 The CIA, NSA & Pokémon Go: "consider the data the game has access to & history of the company that created [it]" "This is not an opinion piece. I am not going to tell you [the game] is bad or that it invades your privacy. I’m merely presenting verifiable facts"99 Commentsourari+547
2013 Nov 21 We are becoming police states. Everyone OK with that?660 CommentsPrivacyDude+543
2015 Aug 20 Jeb Bush: Encryption makes it harder for law enforcement to track down “evildoers”75 CommentsParanoiaNervosa+543
2013 Aug 05 CTO of Mozilla: "Maybe we should just adopt, support, and bundle Tor in Firefox..."95 Comments940871+541
2015 Jan 13 UK declares war on privacy under the facade of "national security"84 Commentsjimmyradola+539
2016 Sep 18 The "I've got nothing to hide" argument is invalid and here's why it concerns you.62 Commentssharks445+539
2013 Oct 20 CISPA is back!25 Commentsstarfire221+537
2015 Nov 19 Police Find Paris Attackers Coordinate Via Unencrypted SMS30 Commentsmariusvoila+534
2014 Jan 08 Dianne Feinstein Admits That Her 'NSA Reform' Bill Is About Protecting Existing Surveillance Programs: Exactly the opposite of what her marketing and public statements about the bill have been45 Commentsmaxwellhill+533
2013 May 22 XBox One: an attractive fun filled device brought in your home with 4 microphones, 2 cameras, an infrared motion sensor, and a license to freely record and upload your activity… "to the maximum extent permitted by law, we may monitor your communications and may disclose information about you"80 CommentsTuneRaider+531
2016 Aug 14 VeraCrypt is getting audited!84 Commentstheanonymous_1+531
2017 Jan 12 New school WIFI was installed which gives the school SMS management permission for our phones145 CommentsKuullaa+531
2015 Dec 07 Hillary Clinton Doubles Down Her Attack On Silicon Valley: Wants A 'Solution' For Encryption & Clampdown On Free Speech91 CommentsTheLantean+530
2015 May 21 NSA planned to hijack Google's app store to push malware to targets (remember Google can push code to Android phone without users' permission, which means whoever hacks Google can do that, too)53 Commentsjohnmountain+523
2015 Dec 25 Hillary Clinton wants "Manhattan-like project" to break encryption67 Commentsin1984+523
2013 Jul 29 First they came for the Bill of Rights..32 Commentshazysummersky+520
2016 Mar 06 No, Turning On Your Phone Is Not Consenting to Being Tracked by Police17 Commentspolymute+520
2014 Jan 14 President’s goal for NSA reform — no more Edward Snowdens83 Commentskulkke+519
2016 Apr 24 UK dead-set on 10-year sentences for P2P pirates70 CommentsblackVPN+519
2016 Apr 25 Police Caught Spying on Social Media to Track Anyone Who Talks About Flint Water Crisis50 CommentsRationalMind888+519
2015 Oct 28 US Senate Passes CISA, The Surveillance Bill Masquerading As A Cybersecurity Bill; Here's Who Sold Out Your Privacy37 CommentsblackVPN+517
2014 Jul 16 US government says online storage isn't protected by the Fourth Amendment49 Commentsquantumcipher+514
2015 Apr 19 FBI can’t cut Internet and pose as cable guy to search property, judge says: "This is a monumental ruling protecting Americans' privacy in the modern age."12 CommentsblackVPN+513
2016 Oct 23 Trove of Stolen U.S Data Is Said to Include Top-Secret U.S. Hacking Tools And Comes To Over 50TB (Larger Than Snowden and the Panama Papers)9 Commentsjlg9721+512
2013 Aug 12 NSA Liar James Clapper to Head Obama's “Independent” Review37 CommentsGeneralClapper+511
2013 Dec 18 Dictionary.com dubs ‘privacy’ their word of the year. But visiting their homepage sets 90 cookies.36 Commentskulkke+511
2015 Jun 12 Wikipedia goes all-HTTPS, starting immediately -- "We believe that the time for HTTPS by default is now."42 Commentsmepper+509
2016 May 31 Tor switches to DuckDuckGo search results by default56 Commentsourari+509
2015 Sep 16 First library in the US to host a Tor relay, pressured by DHS to shut down, now back up after activist protest and overwhelming support13 CommentsProduktivitaet+508
2017 Jan 22 London university admits to monitoring student emails under pressure Government anti-terror programme25 Commentsmaxwellhill+508
2015 Nov 22 Apple's CEO On Encryption: "You Can't Have A Back Door That's Only For The Good Guys"41 CommentsmWo12+507
2016 May 07 Apparently Samsung's SSD app Magician 4.9.6 wont update firmware if you don't allow them collect your data68 Comments4nis+507
2014 Dec 09 Give NSA unlimited access to digital data, says federal judge. “Much of what passes for the name of privacy is really just trying to conceal the disreputable parts of your conduct." - Judge Richard Posner.95 Commentsbgny+506
2016 Sep 01 Sports Authority is selling 25M customer emails. Here’s what consumers need to know to protect their data - Another day, another reminder that companies don’t really have to abide by promises to not share your personal information35 Commentsmagenta_placenta+505
2016 Dec 04 Uber knows where you go, even after ride is over74 CommentsPrestoVivace+505
2015 Jan 19 FBI's "Suicide Letter" to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and the Dangers of Unchecked Surveillance14 Commentsthe_fella+504
2015 Feb 28 Paypal Cuts Off Mega Because It Actually Keeps Your Files Secret51 Commentsmaxwellhill+503
2016 Oct 14 George Orwell never dreamed of advertising as invasive as Yahoo's proposal112 Commentsondondil+503
2015 Nov 18 "Mass surveillance isn't the answer to fighting terrorism"29 CommentsVostradamus+501
2013 Mar 31 The director of the NSA thought this was complicated. Hope this helps.26 Commentsfightforthefuture+500
2015 May 13 Rand Paul: 'We Will Be Filibustering' Renewal Of PATRIOT ACT Provisions73 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+500
2014 Nov 09 Only 27 "hidden" sites actually seized by the FBI, not 400. The FBI has been bullshitting us again in its anti-Tor fear-mongering campaign, and once again most fell for it.25 Commentswonkadonk+499
2014 Jan 18 The fact that the US Intelligence community so readily admits to fantasies of killing Ed Snowden shows why they can't be trusted63 Commentsmaxwellhill+496
2015 Feb 05 The World’s Email Encryption Software Relies on One Guy, Who is Going Broke42 CommentsLibertatea+496
2015 May 19 EFF: Internet.org Is Not Neutral, Not Secure, and Not the Internet9 CommentsblackVPN+494
2015 Jun 14 Wikileaks’ Julian Assange Is Offering $100K Bounty for Leak of Entire Trans-Pacific Partnership Text11 Commentskvarengi+490
2016 Jun 28 Government will be able to shut off your iPhone camera when they don't like what you could record116 CommentsDiamondstuff+490
2015 Mar 25 House Introduces Bill to Repeal the Patriot Act24 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+489
2016 Aug 27 Users Can't Opt Out of WhatsApp Privacy Breach: Official FAQ, Last Paragraph102 Commentsjbrdc+488
2016 Feb 23 Microsoft handed NSA access to encrypted messages.58 Commentsicanhasreclaims+486
2016 Jul 26 Russian Censor Bans Comodo... Doesn't Realize Its Own Security Certificate Is From Comodo12 CommentsblackVPN+486
2016 Oct 11 NSA could put undetectable “trapdoors” in millions of crypto keys65 Commentsscreaming_librarian+486
2016 Apr 05 Forget Apple vs. the FBI: WhatsApp Just Switched on Encryption for a Billion People156 Commentsspeckz+485
2016 Nov 06 NVIDIA Adds Telemetry to Latest Drivers; Here's How to Disable It56 CommentsLeoPanthera+485
2014 Dec 30 I just browsed onto GnuPG .org, to my shock they have to date received less than a third of the donations needed to support the main dev (singular). As this is a critical piece of software, we should maybe all chip in and help the guy out56 Comments0x652+484
2015 Nov 12 Edward Snowden Explains How To Reclaim Your Privacy110 CommentsLibertatea+483
2015 Nov 10 This snooper’s charter makes George Orwell look lacking in vision: The new surveillance bill renders the citizen transparent to the state, putting every one of us under suspicion. It would serve a tyranny well12 Commentsmaxwellhill+482
2016 Nov 09 Donald Trump is somehow The President of The United States of America. What does this mean for privacy? (self.privacy)235 CommentsInjected_With_Slop+482
2017 Jan 20 Zuckerberg sues Hawaiians in pursuit of privacy125 Commentsema645+482
2015 Oct 13 Bernie Sanders comes out against CISA, a controversial cybersecurity bill51 CommentsevanFFTF+480
2016 Dec 02 2016 claims another victim: Your privacy37 CommentsCrankyBear+480
2016 Aug 22 The NSA hack proves Apple was right to fight the FBI20 CommentsLinearSimcon+479
2016 Aug 15 Reddit tells label it won’t cough up IP address of prerelease music pirate. Music label has embarked on "an impermissible fishing expedition," Reddit says.18 Commentstrai_dep+478
2016 May 01 US spy court didn't reject a single government surveillance request in 201521 CommentsBing_bot+477
2016 Sep 22 Oversight orders Reddit to preserve deleted posts in Clinton investigation58 CommentsAnonymousAurele+477
2015 Jan 16 Lavabit founder condemns David Cameron's 'insane' plan to ban encryption24 CommentsLibertatea+476
2015 Oct 10 White hat hackers would have their devices destroyed under the TPP42 CommentsRaiz1337+476
2017 Jan 18 Law Enforcement Has Been Using OnStar, SiriusXM, To Eavesdrop, Track Car Locations For More Than 15 Years63 Commentsmsew59+476
2013 Apr 25 EFF: Report: Obama Officials Authorized New ‘Cybersecurity’ Warrantless Surveillance Program, Fresh Immunity Given to ISPs350 CommentsUlkeshNaranek+475
2016 Jan 17 Prisoner released because he discovered use of Stingray tech, the first to do so.59 Commentsgameld+475
2015 May 22 FBI admits no major cases cracked with Patriot Act snooping powers17 Commentsjohnmountain+474
2016 Oct 17 VeraCrypt has been audited. Here are the results. Also Ask Us Anything! -OSTIF155 CommentsOSTIFofficial+474
2015 Dec 29 Federal judge: Drinking tea, shopping at a gardening store is probable cause for a SWAT raid on your home53 Commentstaylordobbs+473
2014 May 05Possibly Misleading SEXINT is a database program run by the National Security Agency of the United States of America. The purpose of the database is to index the pornographic preferences of internet users in an effort to later use them to blackmail "radicalizers".52 Commentssalvia_d+472
2016 Sep 04 Opinion: I don’t care if the photos are innocent, don’t put my kids on Facebook61 CommentsmWo12+472
2017 Jan 08 A lawyer rewrote Instagram's terms of service for kids. Now you can understand all of the private data you and your teen are giving up to social media — Quartz34 Commentslebcas+472
2015 May 07 Judge Throws Out Lawsuit From Redditor Who Found An FBI Tracking Device On His Car62 CommentsThue3+470
2016 Dec 06 "The Cayla doll prompts children to provide their names, their parents' names, the name of their school, and the name of the place where they live, the complaint says. The information is shared with Nuance, which also offers law enforcement and intelligence products"28 CommentsDataPhreak+470
2014 Mar 12 What the hell, CNN Money?62 Commentschoto+467
2016 Sep 30 Police routinely misuse state and federal databases to stalk romantic interests, business partners, family, and even each other21 Commentsspeckz+467
2015 Nov 27 Sneaky Microsoft renamed its data slurper before sticking it back in Windows 1031 Commentszxxx+465
2016 Mar 03 Amazon just removed encryption from the software powering Kindles, phones, and tablets39 CommentsCaptainMegaJuice+464
2014 May 27 Mother of All Snowden Leaks: Greenwald to publish list of U.S. citizens NSA spied on | Hack Read74 Commentsoccult_fan+463
2016 Aug 02 Judge: FBI violated the Constitution when it bugged county courthouse9 CommentsAnonymousAurele+463
2014 Jul 26 The Judges Approving the NSA's Surveillance Requests Keep Buying Verizon Stock - The Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISA) is packed with judges who own stock in the telecom companies handing over data to the government.26 Commentsanutensil+462
2015 Jun 28 ICANN, the body that has a monopoly on domain registrations, is now planning to attempt to take over domain privacy providers, a plan driven by the people who brought you SOPA34 Commentsjohnmountain+462
2015 Oct 27 Facebook Caught Secretly Lobbying for Privacy Destroying “Cyber Security” Bill23 CommentsmWo12+462
2015 Dec 06 Debian developer is held up at French border for being a "dangerous activist"24 Commentspizzaiolo_+461
2016 Jun 06 FBI wants access to Internet browser history without a warrant in terrorism and spy cases43 CommentsVrgom20+461
2016 Dec 25 British councils used surveillance law to secretly spy on public for "walking dogs, feeding pigeons and fly-tipping"35 Commentsalexanderjmartin+460
2014 Nov 05 To Nobody's Surprise, Australian “Terrorism” Law May Be Used for Copyright Enforcement35 CommentsblackVPN+459
2015 Jan 18Old News NSA reportedly tracking any internet users who research privacy software online58 CommentsKerberos53+459
2014 Feb 28 NSA accumulates our data but denies that it's collecting it because it does not consider the data to be "collected" until a human sees it.36 Commentsakwala+458
2014 May 07 According to Firefox users, the top issue surrounding the Web right now, in every region surveyed, is privacy.53 Commentsotakugrey+458
2016 Jul 20 French DPA to Microsoft on Windows 10 in formal notice: Stop excessive data collection, stop tracking browsing by users without their consent, ensure the security & confidentiality of user data [x-post /r/europrivacy]51 Commentsourari+457
2014 Jul 24 High-Level NSA Whistleblower Says Blackmail Is a Huge – Unreported – Part of Mass Surveillance18 CommentsblackVPN+456
2015 Dec 01 Internet Provider Gagged for Decade Reveals What FBI Wanted Without Warrant -- the NSL he received demanded his customer’s full Internet browsing history, records of online purchases, a list of Internet Protocol addresses for the target's contacts and location information12 CommentsBlankVerse+456
2016 Apr 19 BlackBerry Won't Confirm or Deny it Gave Encryption Keys to Law Enforcement - A non-answer of inspiring proportions.44 Commentsanutensil+456
2016 Aug 10 Researchers crack Microsoft feature; say encryption backdoors similarly crackable27 CommentsmWo12+456
2015 Feb 17 AT&T Says It Will Match Google Fiber's Speed & Pricing, But Only If You Allow AT&T To Spy On You43 Commentsjohnmountain+454
2015 Sep 14 EFF Shows Evidence That AT&T, Verizon And Sprint Helped NSA With Mass Collection Of Phone Records10 Commentsryerocco+454
2013 Jul 24 EFF to Court: Forced Decryption Unconstitutional -- "Ordering a man to decrypt the contents of computers seized from his apartment would violate the Fifth Amendment privilege against self-incrimination"63 Commentsmepper+453
2014 Jun 07 Mathematicians Urge Colleagues To Refuse To Work For The NSA46 Commentsthegooddata+453
2015 Jun 02 FBI behind mysterious surveillance aircraft over US cities16 CommentsBossman1086+453
2015 Jun 07 NSA Whistleblower William Binney warned of surveillance state TWO YEARS before Snowden33 CommentsPostNationalism+453
2016 Jan 26 EFF to Court: Accessing Cell Phone Location Records Without A Warrant Violates the Constitution12 Commentssabrinadestiny00+452
2016 Oct 12 ACLU finds Chicago-based startup, Geofeedia, had leveraged social media APIs to gather data on protesters and gave information to police in several U.S. cities24 CommentsBeTripleG+451
2015 May 12 One of the programs denounced by Edward Snowden has been declared illegal36 Commentsfgumo+450
2016 Mar 13 ACLU petition to pardon Snowden has 55,654 out of the 60,000 signatures needed21 Commentsdroazen+450
2013 Sep 25 Yeah.....No47 CommentsPureBlooded+449
2014 Jul 04 That the NSA portrays Tor and Tails as mechanisms for "extremists" reflects the fact that the ruling class sees threats to its existence everywhere ... and sees in encrypted and anonymous communications a potential political threat.29 Commentssantolan+449
2016 Dec 07 Parliament refuses petition to discuss mass surveillance bill despite getting the required minimum signatures17 Commentsturblety+449
2014 Nov 14Misleading title Mozilla's new Firefox browser will track your browsing, clicks, impressions and ad interactions and sell that data to advertisers. (Interestingly, no mention by Mozilla themselves.)243 Commentsloopymindset+448
2015 Jan 15 The New CISPA Bill Is Literally Exactly the Same as the Last One7 Commentscountrygeek+446
2015 Apr 14 Suspicious lawyer in police whistle-blower case finds privacy invading malware on external hard drive supplied by police lawyer in discovery20 Commentsgvillecrimelaw+446
2016 Feb 21 Carole Adams, mom who lost son in San Bernardino shooting, sides with Apple: Privacy “is what makes America great to begin with.”18 Commentstrai_dep+446
2016 Jul 05 Silent Circle silently snuffs out its warrant canary77 Commentsjamesphw+446
2016 Mar 13 Edward Snowden: ‘we must seize the means of communication’ to protect basic freedoms.93 CommentsHandsOfNod+445
2016 May 17 Refusing to Decrypt Hard Drives May Equal Indefinite Jail Time278 Commentsfearofhellz+445
2017 Jan 08 Google gives up YOUR private data to US govt – but won't hand over its OWN staff personal info50 Commentsyoucallthatform+445
2014 Jan 02 Not so anonymous VPN uses Snowden's name for PR: 'Some may think that’s a clever move, but it is rather ironic since HideMyAss previously handed over personal details of a Lulzsec member to the US Government'39 Commentsmaxwellhill+444
2014 Jun 12 "The Obama administration has been quietly advising local police not to disclose details about surveillance technology they are using to sweep up basic cellphone data from entire neighborhoods, The Associated Press has learned."45 Commentstrot-trot+443
2016 Dec 03 Canada Wants Software Backdoors, Mandatory Decryption Capability And Records Storage59 Commentswill_riker+443
2015 Jan 29Misleading title deleted from r/TIL: "3 years after Mark Zuckerberg declared privacy was no longer a "social norm" he bought a home...and four other homes around that home in order to protect his privacy"48 Commentsmuyuu+442
2015 Dec 21 Blackberry CEO Gives Public One More Reason To Not Buy Its Phones By Arguing For Greater Law Enforcement Cooperation27 CommentsTheLantean+442
2016 Jun 09Software Built atop uBlock-Origin, AdNauseam quietly clicks on every blocked ad making user profiling, targeting and surveillance futile.138 Commentsself+442
2015 Jun 16 Reporter Who Wrote Sunday Times 'Snowden' Propaganda Admits That He's Just Writing What UK Gov't Told Him15 CommentsblackVPN+441
2014 Jul 03 NSA: Linux Journal is an "extremist forum" and its readers get flagged for extra surveillance14 Commentspaiaw+440
2015 Feb 24 Here’s how the clash between the NSA Director and a senior Yahoo executive went down. "If we’re going to build defects/backdoors or golden master keys for the U.S. gov't, do you believe we should do so for the Chinese gov't, the Russian gov't, the Saudi gov't, the Israeli gov't.?" Yahoo's CISO asked73 CommentsLibertatea+440
2015 Aug 11 Lenovo caught with another backdoor [BIOS level]47 Commentsblackomegax+440
2016 Nov 14 Long Time Mass Surveillance Defenders Freak Out Now That Trump Will Have Control82 Commentseleitl+439
2013 Mar 19 Reddit, Duck Duck Go, and Craigslist are among the over 30k sites that are protesting CISPA today with the Internet Defense League. Read up. Click a link. Share. Do something!9 Commentsfightforthefuture+438
2015 Nov 13 Beware of ads that use inaudible sound to link your phone, TV, tablet, and PC -- "While the sound can't be heard by the human ear, nearby tablets and smartphones can detect it. When they do, browser cookies can now pair a single user to multiple devices"63 Commentsmepper+438
2016 Jul 07 Edward Snowden on Twitter: "#Putin has signed a repressive new law that violates not only human rights, but common sense. Dark day for #Russia.84 Commentshugvo+438
2016 Aug 02 Data of 200 Million Yahoo Users Pops Up for Sale on the Dark Web32 Commentsconsistentt+438
2015 Sep 07 Last day to complain to the FCC!!!! Save WiFi: Act Now To Save WiFi From The FCC38 CommentsheyPerseus+437
2015 Apr 27 The People Who Risk Jail to Maintain the Tor Network49 CommentsLibertatea+435
2016 Apr 08 New bill in the U.S. House and Senate would require companies to decrypt data on demand.57 Commentsspsheridan+435
2016 Oct 27 This is why your privacy matters. Hopefully someone will change their mindset about privacy41 Commentscharleshere+435
2015 Nov 08 TPP will ban rules that require source-code disclosure38 Commentsmaxwellhill+433
2015 Apr 23 House passes PCNA bill allowing corporations to share your data. The bill contains provisions that would allow the government to use these data outside of cyber threats and to spy on journalists and their sources. It's also FOIA exempt34 Commentsjohnmountain+432
2016 Aug 16 Apple’s CEO: "I do worry about people not really understanding deeply about what kinds of things are out there about them"66 CommentsmWo12+432
2013 Jun 25 "They’re not spying on us to prevent crimes, they’re spying on us to retroactively convict us of crimes once we’ve pissed them off." Twitter / claytoncubitt30 CommentsBlueJadeLei+431
2015 May 26 Woz: Edward Snowden is a “Total hero to me; total hero.”21 Commentstrai_dep+431
2015 Jul 28 Two years later the White House responds to the petition to pardon Snowden81 CommentsThatRedEyeAlien+431
2016 Mar 02 Congressman Suggests FBI Is Taking Advantage of San Bernardino Tragedy to Push Agenda19 Commentstrai_dep+431
2014 May 20 Secrets, lies and Snowden's email: why I was forced to shut down Lavabit21 CommentsLibertatea+429
2015 Sep 02 "Warning that the constitutional rights of tens of millions of Americans are being violated, a federal judge said Wednesday that he's eager to expedite a lawsuit seeking to shut down the National Security Agency's controversial program to collect data on large volumes of U.S. telephone calls."3 Commentstrot-trot+429
2013 Aug 23 Google, Microsoft, Facebook, Yahoo Paid Millions by NSA to Disclose Customers' Personal Information9 Commentstrilbey+428
2014 Jul 19 Ars Technica editor learns feds have his old IP addresses, full credit card numbers10 CommentsLibertatea+428
2015 May 26 Rand Paul: Info Collected Under Patriot Act ‘Should Be Purged’24 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+428
2015 Dec 12 Pirate Bay Founder: ‘I Have Given Up’162 Commentspizzaiolo_+428
2014 Nov 29 U.K. police force accidentally admits it spied on journalists who had not committed any crimes, using anti-terror laws. Asks paper to delete article covering this once it realized what it had done. Newspaper refuses.15 Commentstrai_dep+427
2015 Nov 25 Microsoft's Software is Malware152 CommentsmWo12+427
2016 Apr 13 California phone decryption bill defeated (x-post from /r/privacypatriots)13 Commentsprivacypatriot+427
2016 Jul 27 Warning: Over 100 Tor Nodes Found Designed to Spy On Deep Web Users54 CommentsSnowyMovies+427
2013 Jan 22 Facebook sneaks in permission to record audio and take photos with newest android update107 CommentsZeoxult+426
2014 Jul 11 The NSA's favorite law is up for a vote soon. CISPA is back as CISA. Sign the petition to stop it24 Commentsjamn2music4fun+426
2016 Jan 10 So You Want To Install Linux? A guide to installing an OS that doesn't spy on you257 Commentsexpectocode+426
2014 Jul 12 "The Senate is giving more power to the NSA, in secret. Everyone should fight it : Politicians are still trying to hand over your data behind closed doors, under the guise of 'cybersecurity' reform. Have we learned nothing?"23 CommentsLibertatea+425
2015 Jan 30 Tell Congress To Not Reauthorize Section 215 Of The Patriot Act28 CommentsKerberos53+425
2016 May 22 Edward Snowden admits "Phones metadata tells you everything about everyone"72 Commentsbi-kitty+425
2016 Jun 11 Google backs up TPP52 Commentshtilonom+425
2016 Sep 22 McCain Amends Water Resource Bill To Expand FBI Surveillance61 Commentsrepnoo+425
2014 Jun 04 Warning: Google Play no longer lists network communication in the permissions and now allows apps to extend their own permissions without user interaction121 CommentsTMaster+424
2016 Mar 08 Reddit will soon start logging which outbound links a user clicks on47 CommentsPastries+424
2016 May 18 Apple’s banned an iPhone app that let you know if you were being spied on36 CommentsAnonymousAurele+424
2016 Jul 16 France may face public backlash as surveillance state fails against terrorism28 CommentsmWo12+423
2013 Jun 17Slow Clap Being called a traitor by Dick Cheney is the highest honor you can give an American11 Commentsmvbma+422
2014 Mar 19 Los Angeles cops argue all cars in LA are under investigation -- They have argued that “All [license plate] data is investigatory.” The fact that it may never be associated with a specific crime doesn’t matter.18 Commentsmepper+422
2015 Feb 12 Republican senator pushes bill to require warrants for emails32 CommentsTominatorXX+422
2015 Aug 25 UK surveillance “worse than 1984,” says new UN privacy chief45 CommentsKegit+422
2014 Dec 10 Thanks Obama - NSA’s phone-snooping program renewed for another three months11 Commentseatsleepravedad+421
2015 Jun 18 Chromium downloads a binary blob which listens to computers mic automatically without users consent.30 Commentspapul1993+421
2015 Sep 10 Police secretly track cellphones to solve routine crimes. Police in Baltimore and other cities used the phone tracker, commonly known as a stingray, to locate the perpetrators of routine street crimes and frequently concealed that fact from the suspects, their lawyers and even judges.39 Commentsjms1225+421
2015 Feb 25 It's official: NSA spying is hurting the US tech economy -- China is backing away from US tech brands for state purchases as NSA revelations continue to make headlines in newspapers all around the world.43 Commentsmepper+420
2015 Apr 07 Facebook sending 'nonposts' to its servers and storing unpublished thoughts115 CommentsCodeDeliveryBoy+420
2015 Nov 08 Police use terror powers to seize BBC Newsnight journalist's laptop26 Commentsreaderseven+420
2015 Oct 05 Petition in Canada to release the full TPP text before the federal election | Stop The Secrecy12 CommentsQU35710NM04R+419
2013 Nov 18 LG Smart TVs sending USB media filenames back to corporate server57 CommentsJaseoldboss+418
2013 Nov 26 Vote Now: Who Should Be TIME’s Person of the Year? Edward Snowden83 Commentskismor+418
2013 Dec 04 NSA tracking 5 billion cellphone locations worldwide each day, Snowden documents show51 CommentsMLNYC+418
2015 Jan 28 No, Department of Justice, 80 Percent of Tor Traffic Is Not Child Porn26 CommentsLibertatea+418
2015 Nov 09 The clock is ticking on a time bomb that could blow up a free internet: the TPP28 CommentsblackVPN+418
2016 May 09 David Patraeus, Who Leaked Classified Info To His Mistress, Says Snowden Should Be Prosecuted18 Comments2die2sleep+418
2016 Oct 04 Open Whisper Systems: Grand jury subpoena for Signal user data, Eastern District of Virginia53 CommentsZorxio+418
2015 Jun 05 Edward Snowden: The World Says No to Surveillance16 CommentsblackVPN+417
2015 Jul 09 FBI director says authorities ‘will go to jail' if they look at American Snapchat messages, Instagram posts without warrant.64 Commentsnotscj+417
2013 Oct 16Possibly Misleading FBI/NSA have set up a honeypot for getting Lavabit passwords -- instead of using offline decryption, the page asks you to enter your username and password.112 Commentsseagu+416
2013 Dec 07 FBI has been able to secretly turn on laptop cameras without the indicator light for years120 CommentsPrivacyDude+416
2016 Jul 17 The police can't track your cellphone without a warrant, judge rules | VICE News14 CommentsCapnTrip+416
2013 Jun 11 Court finds NSA surveillance unconstitutional. Administration's response: keep the ruling secret and carry on5 Commentswhitefangs+415
2013 Aug 22 Lavabit founder: 'My own tax dollars are being used to spy on me'25 CommentsLibertatea+415
2014 Feb 02Possibly Misleading US Media Blacks Out Snowden Interview (ongoing for six days)44 Commentsabudabu+415
2015 May 20 Rand Paul has begun his Patriot Act filibuster (live on Senate floor) - Contact Congress here: fight215.org7 Commentsjohnmountain+415
2016 Jun 22 The Senate is voting today on an amendment to grant the FBI access to your browser history39 Commentsaclu+415
2016 Oct 13 Facebook education software spurs privacy fears - "I'm not comfortable with having my kids' personally identifiable information going to I don't even know where, to be used for I'm not sure what,"30 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+415
2015 May 05 Cops no longer need a warrant when seeking cellphone records from wireless carriers in the US, court rules43 Commentsmarin4g+414
2015 May 24 FBI Confirms No Major Terrorism Cases Cracked Via Unconstitutional Patriot Act Phone Spying10 CommentsblackVPN+414
2016 Mar 16 The FBI has a new plan to spy on high school kids across the country77 Commentseleitl+413
2016 Dec 11 Bill Would Allow Government To Locate People With Tracking Devices: "A bill meant to help those with developmental disabilities would allow government agencies to locate people with tracking devices, which has some concerned the measure gives the federal government too much authority and power."32 Commentstrot-trot+412
2017 Jan 15Video With Rule 41 the FBI Is Now Officially the Enemy of All Computer Users39 Commentsxcalibre+412
2013 Aug 25 NSA hacked into encrypted UN communications, leaked documents show51 Commentsmaxwellhill+411
2014 Jan 28 Facebook snuck a new permission into today's Android app update - the ability to read all of your text messages.84 Commentsthrough_a_ways+411
2014 Sep 13 Yahoo $250,000 daily fine over NSA data refusal was set to double 'every week'37 Commentsk-h+411
2016 Mar 20 Edward Snowden: Privacy Can't Depend On Companies Standing Up To The Government.15 Commentsthgntlmnfrmtrlfmdr+411
2016 Jun 20 House reverses course, upholds NSA phone snooping as terrorist attacks shift debate - “Congress should not abandon the Constitution in the face of terrorism,” said Rep. Thomas Massie, the Kentucky Republican who has forced the fight each of the past three years.19 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+409
2013 May 19 URGENT: Delete any old reddit posts you don't want archived immediately, a massive independent archiving is about to occur87 CommentsJillSmith+408
2015 May 06 France just passed its own Patriot Act, and civil rights groups aren’t happy -- "in the wake of the deadly Charlie Hebdo attacks in Paris, France has passed its own version of the Patriot Act, which could give a French government intelligence agency NSA-like powers in the country"30 Commentsmepper+408
2015 Dec 09 Trump Says He Supports Reauthorizing Patriot Act, NSA Metadata Collection57 Commentsdelapatriot+408
2016 Jun 08 The FBI is on the Cusp of Obtaining Three Extremely Dangerous New Powers38 CommentsAnonymousAurele+408
2016 Nov 14 Please vote for encryption in Discord!63 CommentsLegionof7+408
2013 Aug 26 FISA Court Ruled NSA Program Unconstitutional, Said NSA Misled Them27 Commentsmaxwellhill+407
2014 Jan 09 500 Years of History Shows that Mass Spying Is Always Aimed at Crushing Dissent9 Commentsquantumcipher+407
2013 Jun 20 FBI Admits That Obeying The Constitution Just Takes Too Much Time30 Commentswhitefangs+406
2015 May 28 TISA: Yet Another Leaked Treaty You've Never Heard Of Makes Secret Rules for the Internet15 CommentsblackVPN+406
2015 Dec 17 Today is WikiLeaks whistleblower Chelsea Manning's 28th birthday. She's been in prison since she was 22. Let's make sure she gets more birthday wishes this year than ever before in her life44 CommentsevanFFTF+406
2013 Jun 27 This Plan To End Government Spying Has Grown So Big It Might Actually Work13 Commentsinmersion+405
2015 Jul 06 The FBI, DEA, and the U.S. Army have all bought controversial software that allows users to take remote control of suspects’ computers, recording their calls, emails, keystrokes, and even activating their cameras, according to documents leaked from the "Hacking Team"21 Commentsjohnmountain+405
2016 May 02 Google and Microsoft have made a pact to protect surveillance capitalism62 Commentspizzaiolo_+405
2015 Feb 03 Former CIA & NSA Boss: September 11th Gave Me Permission To Reinterpret The 4th Amendment57 CommentsblackVPN+404
2015 Feb 13 Go to Prison for Sharing Files? That's What Hollywood Wants in the Secret TPP Deal19 Commentswtfbbqqw+404
2015 May 30 Obama: 'Handful of senators' standing in way of Patriot Act83 Commentsjohnmountain+404
2013 Oct 01 German writer denied entry to US after signing anti-NSA petition12 CommentsBolusop+403
2015 Mar 02 Rand Paul: Your phone records are none of the government's 'damn business'97 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+403
2015 Jun 30 Surveillance Court Rules That N.S.A. Can Resume Bulk Data Collection30 Commentsjohnmountain+403
2016 Jun 27 Fake fingerprints: Chinese student develops rubber fingertips with randomly generated fingerprints that work with Apple and Android fingerprint authentication schemes, as well as many others.62 Commentsourari+403
2014 Jun 03 Big Win For DuckDuckGo: Apple Adding To Safari As Private Search Option73 Commentsspeckz+402
2016 Jul 08 We have 10 days to save Europe’s net neutrality54 CommentsThe-Privacy-Advocate+402
2013 Jul 28 Edward Snowden's not the story. The fate of the internet is - The press has lost the plot over the Snowden revelations. The fact is that the net is finished as a global network and that US firms' cloud services cannot be trusted39 Commentswhitefangs+401
2013 Oct 31 Feinstein Releases Fake NSA Reform Bill, Actually Tries To Legalize Illegal NSA Bulk Data Collection24 Commentskismor+401
2015 May 15 FBI Spied On Activists Because Protecting Corporate Interests Is Roughly Equivalent To Ensuring National Security40 CommentsTheLantean+401
2016 May 23 Apparently, Microsoft will be scanning emails stored on Outlook.com after all. Because terror. In hindsight, their pledge was only to not scan email for advertising purposes. But still. Mention a forbidden topic, even to criticize it, and your email or account might be flagged for review, it seems.55 Commentslucasjkr+401
2016 May 24 Terms and Conditions Word by Word: Norwegian watchdog demonstrate how asinine online contracts are by livestreaming the reading of terms of apps on an average phone. Parliament members, researchers and celebrities participate, and reading everything is expected to take well over 24 hours24 CommentsAmezis+401
2013 Dec 29 NSA reportedly intercepting laptops purchased online to install spy malware69 Comments-Gavin-+399
2015 Feb 01 45 Percent of Americans Think Online Privacy Is More Important Than National Security22 Commentsswtt+399
2013 Sep 18 Same Day It's Revealed Verizon Has Never Challenged NSA, It Mocks Internet Companies For Doing So27 Commentsdavidreiss666+398
2014 Feb 27 GCHQ took images of millions of Yahoo webcam users - no selection, no targeting41 Commentscaractacuspotts+397
2015 Jun 17 reddit will soon only be available over HTTPS52 CommentsTheLantean+397
2015 Nov 05 Full text of the TPP released24 CommentsWFAMeows+396
2016 Oct 25 Tim Cook: 'We Don't Buy' the Need to Give Up Privacy for AI84 Commentsgulabjamunyaar+396
2013 Nov 11 User on 4chan's /g/ technology board compiled a comprehensive overview of Firefox privacy extensions and why you should use them76 CommentsNOT_BRIAN_POSEHN+395
2016 Feb 10 Bill Would Ban State Efforts to Weaken Encryption13 CommentsDonManuel+395
2016 Jul 25 Law enforcement officials say it’s on the tech world and privacy advocates to prove that a backdoor would undermine data security76 Commentsourari+395
2016 Dec 05 How many here have switched their default search engine to DuckDuckGo?133 Commentsaardvark360+395
2015 Mar 04 EFF: Floridians, Help Us Stop Your State From Outlawing Anonymous Websites14 CommentsTheLantean+394
2016 Feb 25 WikiLeaks Documents Show NSA Spied On World Leaders On Behalf Of Big Oil15 CommentsmWo12+394
2013 Nov 27 Top-Secret Document Reveals NSA Spied On Porn Habits As Part Of Plan To Discredit 'Radicalizers'35 Commentsfongaboo+392
2015 Jan 14 David Cameron wants to outlaw encryption. Yet, open source projects will remain to fight for privacy.28 Commentswinstonschmidt+392
2015 Feb 18 Google warns of US gov't 'hacking any facility' in the world, sounds the alarm over FBI’s desire to ‘remotely’ search computers that have concealed their location.20 Commentstrai_dep+392
2015 Mar 19 CISPA's Successor Is Being Fast-tracked Through the Senate25 Commentsjohnmountain+392
2016 Jan 24 Thousands gather in Poland to protest the country's internet surveillance laws, which VICE has said "could be worse than the NSA"24 Commentsspacemanaut+392
2015 Oct 16 TIL of "habeas data", the legal right to know all the information the government has on you13 Commentspizzaiolo_+391
2015 Dec 23 Internet Freedom Is Actively Dissolving in America28 CommentsLibertatea+391
2016 Apr 11 TIL Facebook tracks which sites you visit, even AFTER you have signed out105 Commentslalana89+391
2016 Dec 25 Microsoft Admits Overly Aggressive Windows 10 Upgrade Campaign Was ‘Pretty Painful’ And Obnoxious89 CommentsmWo12+390
2014 Mar 14 NSA Decides It Wants To Hold Metadata Indefinitely, Asks FISA Court To Reverse Decision Telling It To Destroy Records20 Commentssalvia_d+389
2013 Sep 11 NSA shares raw intelligence including Americans' data with Israel27 CommentsPrivacyDude+388
2016 Jul 18 In other news, your #Chrome browsing data will soon be used for ad tailoring. Time to act surprised, I guess.87 Commentsspeckz+388
2016 Jul 21 France orders Microsoft to stop tracking Windows 10 users57 Commentsnopropaganda+388
2016 Sep 15 Everyone should cover up their laptop webcams right now, FBI says118 Commentsruskeeblue+388
2016 Aug 18 PETITION: Dear Apple, Samsung and others: Include a hardware mic switch on your phones107 Commentsfoooood4thought+386
2014 Sep 24 Law Enforcement Freaks Out Over Apple & Google's Decision To Encrypt Phone Info By Default58 CommentsblackVPN+385
2015 Jun 06 The Online Privacy Lie Is Unraveling - A new report asserts that a large majority of web users are not at all happy to trade privacy in exchange for ‘benefits’ like discounts, but rather feel powerless to stop their data being harvested and used by marketers.21 Commentsjohnmountain+385
2016 Jun 15 FBI says utility pole surveillance cam locations must be kept secret49 Commentsspeckz+385
2016 Dec 24 Turkey now blocking access to Tor network in new censorship push15 Commentspopepeterjames+385
2015 Mar 31 Facebook tracks logged-out users in ‘violation’ of EU law, study says22 Commentsjohnmountain+384
2016 Sep 29 New leak claims Apple logs every iPhone user’s text message contacts107 Commentsplato_thyself+384
2015 Sep 08 EFF applauds Apple's refusal of government demand for iMessage backdoor -- "Apple has been involved in a dispute with the U.S. Department of Justice regarding iMessage encryption, with the DOJ demanding that Apple give them plaintext copies of iMessages in real time"78 Commentsmepper+383
2016 Sep 20 WhatsApp puts advertisers first, users second -- time to switch to Signal133 Commentsrdoh+383
2016 Feb 28source in comments Tor Project says Google, CloudFlare and others are involved in dark web surveillance and disruption23 Commentsbleahbloh+382
2016 Sep 11 Federal Judge: Hacking Someone's Computer Is Definitely a 'Search'15 CommentsAnonymousAurele+381
2015 Mar 26 Julian Assange: NSA is monitoring key Internet routers (1996). Microsoft has been collaborating with the NSA since at least 1996 to prevent anonymous email (among other things)14 Commentsjohnmountain+380
2015 Aug 29 [XPost r/legaladvice] My school is logging keystrokes and has said it will use gathered passwords to access personal student accounts. Is the legal?145 CommentsAVery2000+379
2015 Apr 16 Netflix Moving To Encrypted Streams, As Mozilla Moves To Deprecate Unencrypted Web Pages As Insecure45 CommentsSybles+378
2013 Nov 13 Owner of Lavabit Faces $10K Fine For Protecting His Users From Federal Spying29 Commentssd002002+377
2015 Apr 30 FBI slammed on Capitol Hill for 'stupid' ideas about encryption30 Commentsjohnmountain+375
2015 Jun 01 Rand Paul​ slamming the Fox News​ mantra that he is making Americans less safe.45 CommentsCandidates4Liberty+375
2016 Apr 21 Edward Snowden sues Norway to test if he will be extradited to the US when receiving the Ozzietsky award in Oslo. (Article in Norwegian only)80 Commentssnabeltann+375
2016 May 10 The Senate is considering reauthorizing the law the NSA says authorizes it to collect hundreds of millions of online communications from providers like Facebook and Google as well as straight off the internet’s backbone8 Commentspolymute+375
2016 Mar 17 Bill to explicitly legalize mass surveillance and data collection advances in British Parliament66 Commentscojoco+374
2016 Oct 04 A Paranoid Surveillance State Is Not What Will Keep Americans Safe29 CommentsmWo12+374
2016 Oct 06 Yahoo email scanning prompts European ire; Europe questions whether EU citizens' data compromised, could help derail a new trans-Atlantic data sharing deal9 Commentstrai_dep+374
2015 Mar 26 FBI Quietly Removes Recommendation To Encrypt Your Phone... As FBI Director Warns How Encryption Will Lead To Tears19 Commentsjohnmountain+373
2016 Jan 04 Spying on the Internet is Orders of Magnitude More Invasive Than Phone Metadata5 Commentskulkke+373
2013 Aug 15 NSA, DEA, IRS Lie About Fact That Americans Are Routinely Spied On By Our Government: Time For A Special Prosecutor18 Commentsbiffbagwell+372
2015 Mar 16 Cops are freaked out that Congress may impose license plate reader limits43 CommentsG3rby123+372
2015 Apr 01 Why ‘The Nation’ Is Suing the Federal Government: The NSA is monitoring almost all of our international communications. This is a fundamental violation of First and Fourth Amendment rights.22 CommentsAngelaMotorman+371
2015 Jul 29 Windows 10: Here are the privacy issues you should know about99 CommentsOnNom+371
2016 May 12 This Isn’t a Google Streetview Car, It’s a Government Spy Truck33 Commentsself+371
2016 Jan 25 Prosecutors Say Cops Don't Need Warrants For Stingrays Because 'Everyone Knows' Cell Phones Generate Location Data27 Commentsspeckz+370
2016 Oct 20 Police have half of adult Americans facial recognition data.52 Commentssylviethebird+370
2013 Jul 05 NSA recruitment drive goes horribly wrong30 Commentsinmersion+369
2014 Oct 23 Verizon injecting unique ID in HTTP headers, even if you opt out105 CommentsKesseki+369
2015 Feb 06 Say Goodbye to Privacy | WIRED - "Actually, it’s worse than that. You aren’t just going to lose your privacy, you’re going to have to watch the very concept of privacy be rewritten under your nose. "80 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+369
2015 Aug 03 A little-known feature of the HTML5 specification means that websites can find out how much battery power a visitor has left on their laptop or smartphone – and now, security researchers have warned that that information can be used to track browsers online.106 CommentsLibertatea+369
2016 Apr 26 Stonewalled by NSA, Members of Congress Ask Really Basic Question Again29 CommentsRationalMind888+369
2016 Nov 01 How Canada’s Anti-Cyberbullying Law Is Being Used to Spy on Journalists34 Commentsbraaak+369
2016 Feb 20 Google, WhatsApp and Snowden back Apple against FBI20 Commentsflaggwiz+368
2016 Feb 28 JOHN MCAFEE: The NSA's back door has given every US secret to our enemies43 CommentsmWo12+368
2015 May 14 UK Plans To Do Away With Free Speech... In The Name Of Free Speech56 CommentsblackVPN+367
2016 Feb 04 UN rules in favour of Julian Assange21 CommentsDrRodneyMckay+367
2016 May 26 Secret Text in Senate Bill Would Give FBI Warrantless Access to Email Records19 Commentsquit_whining+367
2014 Feb 04 Google CEO Eric Schmidt: "If you have something that you don’t want anyone to know, maybe you shouldn’t be doing it in the first place."97 Commentsthrough_a_ways+366
2014 Jul 01 PayPal freezes out ProtonMail, asks if startup has 'government permission' to encrypt email65 CommentsLetsJustThink+366
2014 Aug 18 Boston Police Used Facial Recognition Software To Grab Photos Of Every Person Attending Local Music Festivals68 Commentsdavidreiss666+366
2015 Jan 21 NSA secretly uses scapegoats, data mules and innocent victims' PCs for botnets40 Commentseleitl+366
2015 Feb 11 Samsung's Smart TVs insert unwanted ads into movies80 Commentsbl4ckbug+366
2015 Nov 04 Microsoft Confirms Windows 10 is Harvesting More Data Than Ever46 CommentsJDGumby+366
2016 Mar 21 Paris terrorists used burner phones, not encryption, to evade detection16 CommentsNINNY_looloo+366
2016 Apr 09 Why The FBI Director Puts Tape Over His Webcam88 Commentsdavidreiss666+366
2016 Aug 11 Developer gets a spam email from Sears after just looking at its website61 CommentsBradyDale+366
2016 Sep 02 EFF to Court: Government Must Inform People That It’s Accessing Their Emails, Personal Data10 Commentspizzaiolo_+366
2013 Aug 30 NSA seeks 'groundbreaking' spying powers, new leak reveals -- The US government's spying budget includes funds to invent new technologies "to defeat adversarial cryptography and exploit Internet traffic"18 Commentsmepper+365
2016 Mar 31 Police Go on Fishing Expedition, Search the Home of Seattle Privacy Activists Who Maintain Tor Network17 CommentsGaviero+365
2014 Mar 06 Homeland Security Detained US Citizen Inside The US, Used Intercepted Emails To Quiz Her About Her Sex Life53 Commentsquantumcipher+364
2014 Sep 21 Newly Proposed Amendment Will Allow FBI to Hack TOR and VPN Users51 Commentstgf0U8m+364
2015 Mar 05 Quebec man charged for not giving up phone password at border [x-post /r/canada]60 CommentsKhao8+364
2016 Jan 11 The new way police are surveilling you: Calculating your threat ‘score’114 CommentsRhythmdvl+364
2016 Feb 16 The NSA’s SKYNET program may be killing thousands of innocent people31 Commentseleitl+364
2013 Jun 09 Edward Snowden: the whistleblower behind revelations of NSA surveillance24 CommentsKuduIO+363
2013 Aug 20 Guardian says Britain forced it to destroy Snowden material52 Commentstaybme+363
2016 Jul 22 Daniel Radcliffe's new play 'Privacy' explores the loss of privacy to 'corporations and/or government agencies with a stake in the information that comprises who we are as consumers and/or potential threats.'3 CommentsDEAF-LAMONT+363
2016 Sep 06 Activists to FBI: Show Us Your Warrant for Mass Hack of TorMail Users16 CommentsAnonymousAurele+363
2015 Sep 11 Microsoft is downloading Windows 10 to your machine 'just in case'67 Commentsbontchev+362
2016 Nov 04 Three New Scandals Show How Pervasive and Dangerous Mass Surveillance is in the West18 CommentsRobby010101+362
2017 Jan 04 Florida police records shows extensive use of cellular surveillance - without ever mentioning Stingrays1 CommentsSoCo_cpp+362
2014 Oct 29 Verizon Launches Tech News Site That Bans Stories On US Spying16 CommentsI_chase_fat_ninjas+361
2015 Jan 17 Obama Sides with Cameron in Encryption Fight65 CommentsicyDRFT+361
2015 Sep 28 “Snowden Treaty” proposed to curtail mass surveillance and protect whistleblowers13 Commentseberkut+361
2013 Jun 13 Steve Wozniak on spying and PRISM: "All these things in the Constitution that made us so good...they all dissolved with the Patriot Act...we're getting more and more like Communist Russia"28 Commentsmepper+360
2013 Jun 19 Texas becomes first US state to ban warrantless email snooping15 Commentsfutrawo+360
2013 Sep 26 To reform the NSA, fire officials who lied27 Commentskismor+360
2015 May 27 The Sexual Interests of 4 Million People Are Now on Sale for $17,000 - The privacy of 4 million users of AdultFriendFinder costs only 70 Bitcoin.17 Commentsanutensil+360
2016 Mar 28 BREAKING: Gov’t has successfully accessed the data on San Bernardino shooter’s iPhone, ending case against Apple. (x-post from /r/privacypatriots)90 Commentsprivacypatriot+360
2013 Nov 25 Edward Snowden a 'hero' for NSA disclosures, Wikipedia founder says8 Commentsfutrawo+359
2014 Jun 25 Supreme Court rules cell phones cannot be searched without a warrant | MSNBC10 Commentsspeckz+359
2015 Dec 08 If you use Tor, Linux, search "tails" the NSA will spy on you.104 CommentsTheQuantumZero+359
2016 Nov 05 From next year, your broadband provider will have to stop spying on you online36 CommentsAlbertoAru+358
2015 Apr 02 NSA Struggles to Recruit New Talent in US Post-Snowden50 CommentsCassandraRules+357
2013 Apr 26 CISPA is only kind of dead. Turns out, it's basically been "law" for a while.16 Commentsfightforthefuture+356
2014 Jan 04 On Reddit Enhancement Suite and your privacy...46 Commentshonestbleeps+356
2014 Jun 05 EFF Tells Court That The NSA Knowingly And Illegally Destroyed Evidence In Key Case Over Bulk Surveillance11 CommentsTwylaSohen+356
2016 Jan 15 Windows 10 Spying is worse than I ever imagined180 Commentsapartclod22+356
2016 Mar 29 FBI Breaks into iPhone. We Have Some Questions.63 Commentsspeckz+356
2016 Dec 16 A Film student let a thief steal his smartphone and followed him for several weeks with a hidden app - This is his film (2016)42 Commentsplato_thyself+356
2016 Feb 01 I got a silent text (sms) yesterday that got caught by SnoopSnitch.71 Commentskickedinthenuts+355
2016 Jun 25 Edward Snowden on Twitter: "Mass surveillance doesn't work. This bill will take money and liberty from every Russian without improving safety. It should not be signed."36 CommentsreaHed+355
2016 Sep 20 Julian Assange says he'll turn himself in if Obama pardons Chelsea Manning47 Commentslabooleyrama+355
2016 Dec 21 EU's Highest Court Delivers Blow To UK Snooper's Charter22 Commentsmasterblaster0+353
2014 Sep 08 Comcast Wi-Fi serving self-promotional ads via JavaScript injection | Ars Technica40 Commentsspeckz+352
2015 Apr 18 Twitter moves non-US accounts to Ireland away from the NSA: Twitter Inc is governed by US law, it is obliged to comply with NSA-driven court requests for data. Data stored in Ireland is not subject to the same obligation59 Commentsmaxwellhill+352
2015 Jun 08 Microsoft answers some questions about BitLocker, its disk encryption technology, but declines to directly answer whether it has backdoors46 Commentsjohnmountain+352
2015 Oct 24 It's far easier to install any of the 10 most popular Linux distros than to configure Windows 10 to respect my Privacy. The despised Vista leaked less than this.117 Commentssinge+352
2016 Sep 01 The War on Cash: Why the banks want to make cash seem criminal, suspicious and deviant107 Commentsvvelaxtrumm+352
2013 Aug 07 Former NSA boss compares privacy activists to al Qaida terrorists15 Commentsmepper+351
2014 Oct 18 The FBI Is Dead Wrong: Apple's Encryption Is Clearly in the Public Interest22 CommentsRamblinRambo+351
2015 May 11 Worker fired for disabling GPS app that tracked her 24 hours a day107 Commentsspacebulb+350
2015 Jul 22 WikiLeaks has published evidence that the NSA systematically spied on German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier, as well as other officials. The alleged spying reportedly predates the September 11, 2001 attacks.27 Commentsjohnmountain+350
2015 Oct 15 Adobe confirms major Flash vulnerability, and the only way to protect yourself is to uninstall Flash51 CommentsSybles+350
2016 Jan 12 Despite strict local laws against surveillance, ATF and FBI are putting up cameras all over Seattle34 Commentsshaunc+350
2015 Jan 15 Why I use ad blockers on all devices97 Commentsshaunc+349
2015 Nov 04 UK Internet firms will have to store details of people's online activity for 12 months under a new surveillance law.74 Commentsciderpunx+349
2014 Feb 26 DHS uses email intercepts to question U.S. citizen about her sex life90 Commentsquantumcipher+348
2014 Jun 27 EFF: We're in an airship over the NSA's data center in Utah with our friends @GreenpeaceUSA & @TenthAmendment, demanding an end to mass spying.68 CommentsMLNYC+348
2015 Dec 17 Big Brother is born. And we find out 15 years too late to stop him15 Commentsc0cky+348
2016 Jan 25 At the end of 2015, tyranny was codified into law with the ratification of the Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act (CISA)20 CommentsSolonDraco+348
2016 May 14 if you join a protest leave your phone home78 Commentsbleahbloh+348
2016 Nov 14 Shazam Keeps Your Mac’s Microphone Always On, Even When You Turn It Off50 Commentstrai_dep+348
2014 Oct 03 Librarians won’t stay quiet about government surveillance9 Commentsyourbasicgeek+347
2015 Dec 20 Worst Anti-Privacy Bill Since The PATRIOT Act, Passes Hidden In A Budget Bill And Media Is SILENT18 CommentsmWo12+347
2014 Aug 25 Comcast Data Breach Leaks Thousands of Unlisted Phone Numbers, Threatening Customers' Privacy -- "I have paid for unpublishing my information for years as I testified in a murder trial. Now, my wife, children, and I are [a]ll in danger; and I have nowhere to turn."11 Commentsmepper+346
2015 Mar 10 Wikimedia v. NSA: Wikimedia Foundation files suit against NSA to challenge upstream mass surveillance13 CommentsJRepin+346
2015 Mar 21 UK Government Admits Intelligence Services Allowed To Break Into Any System, Anywhere, For Any Reason0 CommentsTheLantean+346
2013 Aug 06 Wikipedia Boosts Security after XKeyscore Revelations. Co-founder says: "I challenge the rest of the industry to join us. Encryption is a human rights issue."42 Comments0_ol+345
2014 Dec 31 When The FISA Court Rejects A Surveillance Request, The FBI Just Issues A National Security Letter Instead1 CommentsTheLantean+345
2014 Nov 12 The US government wants to pass new spying laws behind your back: Dangerous cybersecurity legislation would allow Google and Facebook to hand over even more of your information to the NSA and FBI22 CommentsLibertatea+343
2016 Mar 18 Apple Engineers Contemplate Refusing To Write Code Demanded By Justice Department61 CommentsBossman1086+343
2013 Jul 17 A Call to Boycott U.S. Tech Platforms Over the NSA's PRISM Surveillance - This may be the only thing to change the US government's mind about the total surveillance state38 Commentswhitefangs+342
2014 May 18 Dean Baquet, who killed NSA story at LA Times, now executive editor of New York Times13 CommentsDrunkRaven+342
2014 Jun 02 Reset the Net: some of the world's largest websites are planning a coordinated day of action on Thursday to oppose mass surveillance online.27 Commentsfightforthefuture+342
2015 Nov 16 Why the FBI Wants "Special Access" to Your Smartphone - And why security experts warn that this is a terrible idea15 Commentsanutensil+342
2013 Jun 22 Apple Co-Founder Steve Wozniak Slams Surveillance State, Hails NSA Whistleblower Edward Snowden15 CommentsPinkSlimeIsPeople+341
2015 Jul 31 Windows 10: Microsoft faces criticism over privacy128 Commentsantdude+341
2015 Nov 01 John McAfee: No one in government cares about your privacy. So let’s burn it down68 CommentsGreenyBlues+341
2015 Dec 04 Reality Check: The NSA Hasn't Actually Stopped Spying on Anybody13 Commentsweiss27md+340
2013 Aug 21 New Zealand government passes NSA-style snooping bill "New Zealand has passed a hotly-disputed bill that radically expands the powers of its spying agency. The legislation was passed 61 votes to 59 in a move that was slammed by opposition as a death knell for privacy rights in New Zealand."16 CommentsLibertatea+339
2014 Jul 17 US Rep. Marsha Blackburn wants to make mesh networks and community high-speed Internet projects illegal14 Commentsnetwork_nomad+339
2015 Feb 20 Lenovo apologizes for Superfish and publishes a guide to uninstall it.128 CommentsDolbyrko+339
2015 Oct 17 Cops are asking Ancestry and 23andMe for their customers' DNA41 Commentseleitl+339
2016 Apr 25 Court: Cops Need a Warrant to Open Your Phone, Even Just to Look at the Screen11 CommentsCapnTrip+339
2013 Dec 21 Facebook needs to be able to read my text messages.116 CommentsTeeest+338
2014 Jan 01 Court Rules No Suspicion Needed for Laptop Searches at Border -- "allows the government to conduct intrusive searches of Americans' laptops and other electronics at the border without any suspicion that those devices contain evidence of wrongdoing"43 Commentsmepper+338
2014 Aug 30 Microsoft Defies Court Order, Will Not Give Emails to US Government44 Commentsc0cky+338
2016 Sep 03 Mozilla today is joining a coalition of technology companies, including Apple, Lithium, and Twilio, in filing an amicus brief in support of Microsoft’s case against the indiscriminate use of gag orders.17 Commentsspeckz+338
2013 Feb 22 Thank you Ghostery. This is pcworld.com. They need all of that?191 Commentselvinu+337
2013 Aug 13 These new Court Documents reveal Google is hiding some PRISM type data mining program built into Gmail and App Infrastructure!66 CommentsBnott+337
2014 Apr 06 ACLU publishes hundreds of leaked documents about NSA surveillance3 Commentsakeryw+337
2015 May 23 Senate Blocks Patriot Act Extension - But "the Senate would return from its break on Sunday, May 31, just a few hours before the midnight deadline" for the Patriot Act expiration - Keep up the pressure and call your Senators at fight215.org12 Commentsjohnmountain+337
2016 Nov 18 New York DA vs Apple encryption: 'We need new federal law to unlock 400 seized iPhones'65 Commentsplato_thyself+337
2015 Jul 02 WikiLeaks drops new set of secret TISA docs: "The United States wants to preserve its national security infrastructure and be able to snoop on individuals and companies"1 Commentsjohnmountain+336
2016 Jan 28 Canada Cuts Off Some Intelligence Sharing With U.S. Out of Fear for Canadians’ Privacy15 Commentsdwaxe+336
2016 Jul 04 HP, Lenovo put 100% hackable SecureBoot firmware in PCs. Main researcher suspects it's a backdoor.44 Commentskanliot+336
2014 May 14 Photos of an NSA “upgrade” factory show Cisco router getting implant | Ars Technica42 Commentsspeckz+335
2014 May 16 DOJ Says Americans Have No 4th Amendment Protections At All When They Communicate With Foreigners102 Commentsquantumcipher+335
2015 Oct 22 Chromium calls home even in incognito mode with safe browsing turned off85 Commentsb0zho+335
2015 Nov 26 Microsoft Makes Windows 10 Automatic Spying Worse115 Commentsfnb_theory+335
2016 Dec 15 Evernote's response - "Evernote employees do not view the content of user notes except in very limited cases."57 Commentsendorphins+335
2015 Apr 13 Facebook claims ‘a bug’ made it track nonusers19 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+334
2014 Oct 26 Canada Re-evaluates Security After Shooting In Ottawa. Sound like a familiar excuse to invade privacy and decimate civil liberties? Don't fall for it Canada!10 Commentsredditwithafork+333
2016 Jan 18 Microsoft’s new PR idiocy: New PC can only use Windows 10 (not 7 nor 8.1)142 CommentsCantStomptheTrump+333
2014 Oct 01 Mozilla Might Add Tor encryption to its Firefox Web Browser45 CommentsJDGumby+332
2016 Nov 03 WOT (Web of Trust) addon logs your web browsing, report identifies top politicians' private details in the data.49 Commentsautomation2018+332
2013 Sep 03 Time to Rein in the Surveillance State -- "Secret law has no place in a democracy. Under the First Amendment, the public has a qualified right of access to FISC opinions concerning the scope, meaning, or constitutionality of the surveillance laws"10 Commentsmepper+331
2013 Sep 14 Google's Eric Schmidt declines to 'pass judgment' on NSA surveillance. Calls spying 'the nature of our society'.70 Commentstrilbey+331
2013 Nov 25 Man faces felony charge because he had hidden compartment in car. With nothing in it.76 Commentsmmofan+331
2015 Dec 26 Just Before Passing Surveillance Expansion, Lawmakers Partied With Pro-CISA Lobbyists10 CommentsBitim+331
2016 Oct 03 Privacy International & 9 other human rights organizations file first case directly challenging UK and US mass surveillance revealed by Edward Snowden3 CommentsPrivacyIntl+331
2013 Oct 15 Gov’t moves to keep NSA surveillance lawsuit away from Supreme Court3 CommentsNotEltonJohn+330
2013 Dec 16 In News That Will Surprise No One, NSA Has Cracked Mobile Phone Encryption To Listen In On Calls25 Commentsmaxwellhill+330
2015 Jul 14 Oscar-Winner Laura Poitras Sues After U.S Ignores FOIA Request6 Commentscameronj+330
2015 Sep 04 How Microsoft's data case could unravel the US tech industry | Wherever you are in the world, if you're using Microsoft, Google, Amazon, and Apple, it's open season on your data as far as the US government is concerned.31 Commentszab1e+330
2016 Oct 07 M-Windows 10 (v 1607) update forgets *all* my previous privacy settings. FAIL.130 Commentssinge+330
2016 Dec 07 Worried About the Privacy of Your Messages? Download Signal.204 Commentsokneil+330
2013 Jun 16 Sen. Ron Wyden, 36 hours before NSA leaks: "Every time there is an attack, a tragedy, it becomes a reason for some to argue that Americans must sacrifice liberty for security"12 Commentswarmingcomforter+329
2013 Aug 02 The FBI can remotely activate the microphones in phones running Android software to record conversations108 CommentsNecrotik+329
2014 Mar 08 NSA Chief Says Legislation to Stop Media Leaks is Only Weeks Away55 CommentsRAndrewOhge+329
2015 Sep 24 Lenovo in the News Again for Installing Spyware on Its Machines13 Commentsmikebiox+329
2015 Oct 18 Germany Just Introduced Data Retention. Politicians Should Be Ashamed.21 Commentsnikoma+329
2015 Nov 11 This guy is making his browser history public to show you the effects of the UK’s anti-privacy bill22 Commentsfantastic_comment+329
2016 Mar 17 US Marshals spent $10m on equipment for warrantless Stingray surveillance19 Commentsrickh3255+329
2016 Dec 17 U.S. to disclose estimate of number of Americans under surveillance39 CommentsmossbergGT+329
2013 Jun 08CodeRed This is what the DHS thinks we should know about their interpretation of the 4th Amendment28 Commentsbiffbagwell+328
2013 Aug 09 Lavabit shutdown made me reconsider how I use the internet. Let's have a discussion on best practices on how to protect yourself online from government snooping.121 CommentsMaxion+328
2013 Oct 03 Now that we know that the NSA and others have forced online service providers, among others, to insert backdoors into their services, we must assume that those backdoors will be found and exploited by others. Hence these services can not be considered safe anymore. Way to go, NSA.33 CommentsFunfarm+328
2016 Dec 01 Judge forces Coinbase to hand over years worth of user data to IRS32 Commentspsioni+327
2017 Jan 18 PSA: LastPass Does Not Encrypt Everything In Your Vault150 Commentsmcbutters222+327
2013 Dec 03 Gallows humor: NSA jokes, like "President Obama said he welcomes a national debate over our surveillance policies. He said that’s a debate we wouldn’t have had five years ago. Five years ago? It’s a debate we wouldn’t have had two weeks ago if they all hadn’t gotten caught.”18 CommentsShahid-Buttar+326
2015 Nov 24 Terrorist attacks: Mass surveillance is the problem, not the solution1 CommentsEdd24601+326
2016 Sep 05 WhatsApp and Facebook sued over data sharing21 Commentsiliketechnews+326
2014 Sep 16 After just 203 days, Yahoo's fine from NSA noncompliance would equal the world's total wealth26 Commentspred+325
2015 Apr 29 The German government has been accused of lying to the German Parliament after it emerged last week that Angela Merkel's office knew German spies were conducting economic espionage on behalf of the Americans21 Commentsjohnmountain+325
2016 Sep 21 Judge: child porn evidence obtained via FBI's Tor hack must be suppressed90 Commentsondondil+325
2013 Feb 10 A question regarding VPN services.479 Commentsstatistchildren+324
2013 Aug 27 NSA admits analysts spied on their lovers using eavesdropping technology19 Commentsweedmylips1+324
2016 Mar 07 Verizon’s “supercookies” violated net neutrality transparency rule -- Verizon agrees to $1.35M fine and will make it easier to avoid tracking cookies9 Commentsmepper+324
2016 Oct 10 iMessage Problems - If you have an iPhone with iOS 10, you can leak your physical location by simply receiving a text message. And there's no way to disable it.53 Commentsjthack+324
2014 Mar 25 NSA is capturing voice data streams. It’s time to encrypt VoIP with these apps32 Commentsquantumcipher+323
2015 Dec 13 A Congresswoman from California is questioning DHS officials who put pressure on a local public library to take down the relay node it had set up for the anonymity network Tor4 Commentsmaxwellhill+323
2016 May 20 Philly Police Admit They Disguised a Spy Truck as a Google Streetview Car16 Comments0moi+323
2015 Sep 30 Excellent example on how metadata can be used to figure out who you are - "How to explain the KGBs amazing success identifying CIA agents in the field?"6 Commentssalvia_d+322
2015 Nov 20 NSA spied on your email even after program was shut down25 Commentskantera+322
2016 Apr 29 With Facebook No Longer a Secret Weapon, Egypt’s Protesters Turn to Signal37 Commentsclydethefrog+322
2013 May 20 Texas is about to pass a CISPA-like bill that would require internet providers and websites across the country to respond to subpoenas for huge swaths of electronic data. Every state is affected. Call today before they vote.21 CommentsPhonebank+321
2013 Sep 05 Patriot Act author says NSA’s bulk data collection is “unbounded in its scope”: Veteran Republican Congressman argues that government's rationale is absurd -- "The vast majority of the records collected will have no relation to the investigation of terrorism at all"7 Commentsmepper+321
2013 Sep 22 Close the N.S.A.’s Back Doors: The NYT, The Guardian and ProPublica recently reported that the NSA now has access to the codes that protect commerce and banking systems, trade secrets and medical records, and everyone’s e-mail and Internet chat messages, including VPNs41 Commentsmaxwellhill+321
2014 Oct 16 Revealed: how Whisper app tracks ‘anonymous’ users. Some Whisper users monitored even after opting out of geolocation services. Company shares some information with US DoD. User data collated and indefinitely stored in searchable database.39 Commentstrai_dep+321
2015 Jun 06 The US government wants us to believe that it could "safeguard a golden key" yet all of its federal data was stolen back to 1985, and even the NSA had its docs stolen by a third-party contractor (of which we only know because he made it public)15 Commentsjohnmountain+321
2015 Jul 07 Bruce Schneier: David Cameron's proposed encryption ban would 'destroy the internet'15 Commentsseppelz+321
2016 Mar 29Software Firefox Addon Decentraleyes replaces 3rd party js libraries with local versions to prevent tracking and to speed up page load.41 Commentselypter+321
2016 Aug 30 The most absurd Internet privacy class-action settlement ever. Lawyers get millions. Consumers get nothing. E-mail snooping continues unabated.6 Commentsspeckz+321
2012 Nov 16 Facebook and you. (Spread it around.)44 CommentsVamperous+320
2016 Jun 06 Mark Zuckerberg’s Twitter and Pinterest accounts hacked, LinkedIn password dump likely to blame59 Commentsourari+320
2013 Nov 17 Do not ever give Google your phone number for verification because you won't be able to remove that number64 Commentsprofessionalignorant+319
2015 Apr 21 Hacker Detained by FBI After Tweeting About Airplane Software Vulnerabilities34 Commentsjohnmountain+319
2016 Mar 28 Websites like Mugshots.com are violating individual privacy when they ask individuals to pay $399 for a record (e.g. dismissed) to be removed from their websites.47 Commentsreddit4rms+319
2014 Jul 10 Emergency law to be passed in UK to keep logs of your phone, internet use etc Govts intrude in your lives again.36 CommentsLi0nhead+318
2015 Jan 05 FBI says search warrants not needed to use “stingrays” in public places -- Feds' position on decoy cell-site towers continues anti-privacy theme30 Commentsmepper+318
2016 May 26 Dropbox Wants More Access To Your Computer, and People Are Freaking Out95 Commentstrai_dep+318
2016 Jun 05 Real life example why the phrase "If you're not doing anything wrong then you have nothing to be afraid of" is bullshit.53 CommentsNinja_Fox_+318
2014 Aug 13 The NSA collected more of your personal data than it was legally allowed to16 Commentsct_xr+317
2015 Jan 22 NSA spyware codenamed DROPOUTJEEP can spy on every Apple iPhone34 CommentsKerberos53+317
2015 Jul 17 British high court rules data retention and surveillance legislation unlawful9 Commentsfgumo+317
2014 Feb 05 The first congressman to battle the NSA is dead. No one noticed. No one cares.37 Commentsmeyamashi+316
2015 Aug 22pdf NSA Whistleblowers sue NSA for retaliation, harassment and intimidation, illegal detention, etc12 Commentssmoke420potweed+316
2016 Mar 25 Canadian Cops Won't Say if They Use ‘Stingray’ Mass Surveillance Devices - Civil rights groups want to know: Are you reading our texts or nah?25 Commentsanutensil+316
2016 Jul 31 Meet Moxie Marlinspike, the Anarchist Bringing Encryption to All of Us59 CommentsAnonymousAurele+316
2014 Jan 04 Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak brands Edward Snowden a hero who acted 'from his heart'9 Commentswewewawa+315
2014 May 03 Everyone is under surveillance now, says Ed Snowden15 CommentsblackVPN+315
2015 May 05 Ancestry.com Caught Sharing Customer DNA Data With Police With No Warrant11 Commentscensoredandagain+315
2016 Jul 23 WikiLeaks publishes 19,252 DNC-related emails packed with personal information64 CommentsEasyCrypt+315
2016 Nov 03 Edward Snowden calls Canada police spying a 'radical attack' on journalists. Snowden called for the resignation of Montreal police chief after news broke that police spent five months tracking the phone of a prominent journalist.9 Commentstrai_dep+315
2016 Jan 08 "The White House is set to meet Friday with the country’s largest tech companies to discuss how they can help “disrupt” Isis’s online activities. On the agenda: censorship and invasive anti-privacy and security measures that could affect not just Isis supporters, but everyone who uses the internet."34 CommentsProGamerGov+314
2016 Jun 18 Julian Assange's WikiLeaks poised to release more Hillary Clinton emails40 Commentsiliketechnews+314
2016 Jul 04 PSA: Google engineer acknowledges that Chrome's numerous proxy bypass vectors are like a "leaky dam", closes bug WONTFIX45 Comments3ce62c76+314
2014 Feb 13 Sister is having a baby. Never searched baby products on amazon, yet here I get this email from them93 Commentsstermister+313
2015 Jun 03 Elected Officials Grudgingly Admit Snowden Forced This Debate On Surveillance... As White House Insists He Belongs In Jail | Techdirt2 CommentsblackVPN+313
2016 May 15 British law enforcement beginning to use large-data methods to roll out facial recognition at large public events (e. g. music festivals) - seeking to identify people who are wanted for crimes28 Commentspolymute+313
2016 May 23 The FBI's secret biometrics database they don't want you to see15 Commentstrot-trot+313
2014 Feb 22Possibly Misleading Intel CEO dodges NSA questions in Reddit AMA41 Commentsquantumcipher+312
2015 Mar 18 New York county sheriff must give up stingray records, judge orders14 CommentsG3rby123+312
2015 Jun 04 It’s happened: David Cameron is prime minister, and he’s following through on his promise to ban effective cryptography.35 CommentsJollyRoberts+312
2016 Apr 01 UK Law Enforcement Trying To Force Man They've Never Charged With A Crime To Decrypt His Computers [x-post /r/europrivacy]48 Commentsourari+312
2016 May 17 Developer of anonymous Tor software dodges FBI, leaves US117 CommentsResurrectedToast+312
2013 Aug 16 NSA broke privacy rules thousands of times per year, audit finds17 CommentsLudger_Sylbaris+311
2015 Mar 23 Amtrak lies about police use of passenger data7 Commentsjohnmountain+311
2016 Jan 20 Sold a factory-reset iPhone 5. New owner is receiving my visual voicemail on each boot. Telstra (major AU carrier) is giving me the run-around. Scary privacy breach here.34 CommentsRichardThornton+311
2016 Jan 30 Don't Sign the TPP | OpenMedia10 CommentsQU35710NM04R+311
2015 Feb 10 Stopping a Smart TV From Eavesdropping On You Could Be a Felony77 CommentsCrankyBear+310
2015 Aug 17 Leaked Documents Reveal AT&T's 'Extreme Willingness' to Help With NSA Spying10 Commentsanutensil+310
2015 Oct 08 At last, the data giants have been humbled. Everyone who uses the internet should rejoice at the passing of this legal milestone, which will hurt the likes of Facebook and Google31 Commentstrai_dep+310
2016 Mar 30Old news Google To Begin Alerting Users if Gmail Account is Targeted by Government14 CommentsiaTeALL+310
2016 Dec 19 Interesting: Discussion with the CEO of DuckDuckGo about privacy, NSA and USA on privacytools.io GitHub.59 CommentsBurungHantu+310
2014 Jan 25 Some of the biggest names in cryptography condemn NSA spying in open letter5 Commentskulkke+309
2014 Apr 10 Has the NSA Been Using the Heartbleed Bug as an Internet Peephole?44 CommentsDayanx+309
2015 Oct 27 Senate Passes CISA41 Commentsjenerikku+309
2015 Jan 04 Adblock-Pro's EasyList-Privacy is whitelisting analytics companies126 CommentsLucyGloom+308
2015 Jan 09 Third Time’s The Charm? House To Take Another Stab At Terrible CISPA Internet Bill24 CommentsTheLinkMobile+307
2015 Oct 09 Internet Privacy in Australia ends next Tuesday.55 CommentsFrictionSaw+307
2016 Dec 13 Google Publishes Eight Secret FBI Requests11 Commentsroguefleet+307
2013 Sep 23 The Government Is Spying On Us Through Our Computers, Phones, Cars, Buses, Streetlights, At Airports And On The Street, Via Mobile Scanners And Drones, Through Our Smart Meters, And In Many Other Ways24 Commentsribbonx+306
2014 Jan 07 Rep. Peter King Says NSA Should Spy On Congress, Because They Might Be Talking To Al Qaeda38 Commentsmaxwellhill+306
2014 May 12 How the NSA tampers with US-made internet routers35 Commentsfabnup+306
2014 Sep 19 New Zealand Whistleblower Reveals He Was Told To 'Bury' Unflattering Info About The Gov't Spying On Dotcom0 CommentsblackVPN+306
2014 Sep 20 TOR users become FBI's No.1 hacking target after legal power grab95 CommentsTheAgoristReport+306
2015 Jul 11 Redditor uses Bayesian probability to show why "Mass surveillance is good because it helps us catch terrorists" is a fallacy (x-post from /r/bestof)22 Commentsjoshuasm32+306
2016 Feb 19 Apple is right to keep our secrets safe32 Commentssovereignindividual+306
2016 Jun 30 "Companies that perform surveillance [...] assert that we freely share our data in return for valuable services. But opting out of surveillance capitalism is like opting out of electricity, or cooked foods—you are free to do it in theory. In practice, it will upend your life."18 Commentsourari+306
2014 Mar 15 “We found that phone metadata is unambiguously sensitive, even in a small population and over a short time window. We were able to infer medical conditions, firearm ownership, and more, using solely phone metadata.”15 CommentsPopanz+305
2015 Jun 04 PayPal changes user agreement so it can send you ads on numbers you didn't provide44 CommentsRanjoesta+305
2015 Jul 21 Snowden to the IETF: Please make an internet for users, not the spies6 CommentsblackVPN+305
2016 Jul 01 Surveillance: Google collects meta data (phone calls, SMS) from Android phones89 CommentsDeepAttention+305
2013 Jul 07 Would more people take NSA spying on innocent civilians more seriously if we saw specific examples of harmless but embarrassing private communications that were intercepted?42 Commentsjustzisguyuknow+304
2014 Apr 14 FBI Plans to Have 52 Million Photos in its NGI Face Recognition Database by Next Year -- "One of our biggest concerns about NGI has been the fact that it will include non-criminal as well as criminal face images"16 Commentsmepper+304
2016 Jul 09 EFF: Senate Still Considering Giving FBI More Power to Spy on Browser History5 CommentsTheLantean+304
2016 Nov 08 I am converted124 CommentsLogic_85+304
2013 Feb 26 US Internet providers start spy program to stop file-sharing - Get the word out.27 CommentsWakizashiNomad+303
2013 Mar 01 The Google Glass feature that no one is talking about. "Anything you say within earshot could be recorded, associated with the text, and tagged to your online identity. And stored in Google’s search index. Permanently."44 CommentsGonzoVeritas+303
2014 Jul 11 New privacy-killing CISPA clone is now a step closer to becoming law: [CISA] would allow companies to share private user data with local and federal law enforcement [and] also allow authorities to set up wiretaps without having to go through any court system to obtain a warrant.9 Commentsbeauseph+303
2015 Aug 24 Ban Windows 10 in government, says top Russian politician over privacy fears100 Commentsfuzzyparasite+303
2016 Jan 01 These Public Comments Saved a Library’s Tor Server From a Government Shutdown - Emails obtained by Motherboard show that off-the-books support from an FBI agent and dozens of supportive comments from regular people empowered a public library to keep its Tor node running.21 Commentsanutensil+303
2016 Nov 16 Chinese company installed secret backdoor on hundreds of thousands of phones35 CommentsBoris740+303
2015 Feb 02 A small privacy win for Reddit users14 Commentslightswitch05+302
2015 Feb 19 Samsung's spying smart TVs don't encrypt voice recordings sent over the internet – new claim59 Commentsasymptoto+302
2016 Jan 07 Time Warner Cable says up to 320,000 customers' data may have been stolen10 Commentssecretguy21+302
2015 May 25 County sheriff has used stingray over 300 times with no warrant8 CommentsCapnTrip+301
2016 May 16 City of Myrtle Beach poised to pass surveillance bill intended to track tourists and locals via cell phone and license plate readers throughout the city.41 Commentsshilling_my_johnson+301
2016 Jun 03 The Snowden effect: Privacy is good for business | 'Tech companies didn't look so good when Snowden revealed they were helping governments spy on average people. But revelations have worked in industry's favor.'33 Commentsourari+301
2015 May 07 President Obama Demands Critics Tell Him What's Wrong With TPP; Of Course We Can't Do That Because He Won't Show Us The Agreement8 CommentsNightJanitor33+300
2016 Sep 11 Won't be able to hide from the NSA no matter how far you run: H.R. 553736 Commentscuntlike_throwaway+300
2013 Jul 05 EU votes to support suspending U.S. data sharing agreements, including passenger flight data12 Commentsmuyuu+299
2015 Mar 15 Young people going to increasing lengths to protect online privacy12 Commentsjimmyradola+299
2016 Mar 11Misleading title Facebook admits to continuously eavesdropping on smartphone microphones39 CommentsRationalMind888+299
2013 Aug 14 The UN charter, signed by the US in 1948, contains the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Article 12 says "No one shall be subjected to arbitrary interference with his privacy...or correspondence. Everyone has the right to the protection...against such interference or attacks."9 Commentsmepper+298
2015 Aug 10 HTC caught storing fingerprints as world-readable cleartext32 Commentsjust_too_kind+298
2015 Dec 18 Senate Republicans Already Blaming Anti-Surveillance Movement For Terrorist Attacks - The mass surveillance programs have very little influence in finding terrorists or stopping attacks.22 Commentsanutensil+298
2016 Nov 26 Germany planning to 'massively' limit privacy rights - Germans will no longer have the right to know what data about them is being collected16 Comments678+298
2014 Jul 21 Meet the Online Tracking Device That is Virtually Impossible to Block: A new kind of tracking tool, canvas fingerprinting, is being used to follow visitors to thousands of top websites, from WhiteHouse.gov to YouPorn.96 CommentsLibertatea+297
2016 May 08 Canada's highly secret electronic spy agency should reveal how often it has violated Canadians' privacy.6 CommentsNighthawkFencer+297
2016 Jun 29 Terrorism Database Used by Governments and Banks Leaked Online34 Commentstrai_dep+297
2016 Aug 19 FCC won't back down on broadband users' privacy23 Commentsspeckz+297
2016 Sep 25 Switzerland votes in favour of greater surveillance41 Commentsreaderseven+297
2014 Apr 07 Supreme Court declines to hear constitutional challenge to the NSA's bulk collection of millions of Americans' telephone records25 Commentsunnecessarily+296
2014 Apr 08 Edward Snowden: US government spied on human rights workers13 Commentscollectivecognition+296
2014 Oct 28 Automated Mass Surveillance is Unconstitutional, EFF Explains in Jewel v. NSA9 Commentswonkadonk+296
2016 Jun 01 FBI wants to exempt its fingerprint, photo database from privacy protections16 CommentsSecureworld+296
2013 Feb 13 Every time you purchase an app on Google Play, your name, address and email is passed on to the developer, it has been revealed today.56 Commentsusefullinkguy+295
2014 May 01 Internet Privacy and What Happens When You Try to Opt-Out49 Commentstoothncomeon+295
2014 May 21 Cisco CEO lashes out at NSA, tells Obama to stop bugging IT hardware44 Commentsquantumcipher+295
2015 Apr 03 Microsoft Will Remove “Do Not Track” As The Default Setting In Its New Browsers31 CommentsBossman1086+295
2015 May 09 1975 article on Internet spying: "Could the next Nixon order ARPANET to be turned into a police instrument, instantly telling every government agency everything there is to be known about every American citizen whose name has been recorded somewhere?"9 Commentsjohnmountain+295
2015 Nov 10 Federal judge orders NSA to halt phone surveillance program19 CommentsWTCMolybdenum4753+295
2016 Jun 01 Yahoo Publishes National Security Letters After FBI Drops Gag Orders25 CommentsAnonymousAurele+295
2016 Nov 10 Amid Clinton Controversy, FBI Documents Show Why Americans Should Worry About Intelligence Gathering0 Commentsroguefleet+295
2014 Sep 15 New Zealand Launched Mass Surveillance Project While Publicly Denying It21 CommentsblackVPN+294
2016 Jul 15 MIT creates faster and more secure Tor alternative29 Commentspolymute+294
2016 Jul 15 Fourth Amendment Caucus defeats Patriot Act expansion in Congress [xpost/technology]5 Commentsappropriate-username+294
2016 Nov 07 Surveillance "Reforms" Allow NSA Greater Access Than Ever to Phone Data - "...it is likely that some type of “compromise” will be offered to “solve the problem” of encryption. Don’t fall for it."11 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+294
2013 Oct 22 NSA Tapped 1.8 Million Dutch Phone Numbers in One Month, Dutch Media Reports23 CommentsFutureSnowden+293
2014 Jun 13 Supreme Court of Canada rules that internet users have a reasonable expectation of privacy and anonymity online20 CommentsRhodesArk+293
2014 Jul 02 Facebook's Psychological Experiments Connected to Department of Defense Research on Civil Unrest20 Commentsstatelessnfaithless+293
2014 Oct 20 Top NSA critic could lose seat: Critics of the government’s spy agencies are worried that Colorado’s hotly contested Senate race could end the public career of one of their best allies in Congress.22 Commentswonkadonk+293
2015 May 03 The FBI wants us to have computer security so strong that only they can break in: US intelligence agencies have no objection to us encrypting messages – as long as they can still read them25 Commentsmaxwellhill+293
2015 Aug 14Misleading title Windows 10 will sniff out and block pirated games and unauthorized hardware74 Commentskilian_an+293
2016 Jan 22 EU close to banning US clouds114 Commentsj4v+293
2016 Oct 19 Citizenfour three years later - are we still outraged?49 Commentsbrianalmon+293
2017 Jan 22 DuckDuckGo Hits Milestone 14 Million Searches in a Single Day38 Commentsyogesh_calm+293
2014 May 28 What happened to truecrypt? Notice on site warns that truecrypt is not secure and to setup bitlocker instead.42 Commentsnathanm412+292
2014 Jun 28 Facebook silently manipulated user news feeds in a large scale psychological experiment. This was only publicly revealed when the results paper was published (cross-post /r/psychology)65 Commentsballsack_gymnastics+292
2014 Nov 15 Americans Say They Want Privacy, but Act as if They Don’t45 Commentsjonfla+292
2015 Nov 11 Tor Says Feds Paid Carnegie Mellon $1M to Help Unmask Users24 Comments63-6F-6F-6B-69-65-3F+292
2016 Jan 05 Dutch government backs strong encryption, condemns backdoors12 Commentspolymute+292
2016 Feb 13 ISPs want “flexible” privacy rules that let them “innovate” with customer data16 Commentshugvo+292
2016 Mar 20 The Internet of Things is a surveillance nightmare | "What happens when the Internet stops being just 'that fiddly thing with a mouse' and becomes 'the real world'? Surveillance becomes the business model of everything,"27 Commentsourari+291
2013 Jul 22 Rep. Justin Amash Now Looking To Strip NSA Of Its Power To Collect Phone Data On Innocent Americans17 Commentsrandomhumanuser+290
2014 Nov 13 FBI's "Suicide Letter" to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and the Dangers of Unchecked Surveillance14 Commentsproperal+290
2014 Nov 19 No single law will protect you from the NSA. Why the USA Freedom Act failed last night12 CommentsevanFFTF+290
2014 Dec 06 Anonymous releases what seem to be police audio tapes describing live wiretapping of organizers phones last night – “Looks like Chicago PD had a stingray out at the Eric Garner protest last night”17 Commentstrai_dep+290
2015 Aug 05 Appeals Court Says Mobile Phone Location Is Protected Under 4th Amendment16 CommentsTheLantean+290
2016 Feb 29 EFF to Apple Shareholders: Your Company Is Fighting for All of Us24 Commentssabrinadestiny00+290
2013 Apr 16 Don't panic! CISPA is likely to pass the house but we are organizing something big to stop it in it's tracks. In the meantime, this tool looks up your Rep's phone number with one click.3 Commentsfightforthefuture+289
2014 Sep 18 Apple’s “warrant canary” disappears, suggesting new Patriot Act demands14 Commentswonkadonk+288
2015 Mar 07 A man was detained at the Canadian border for refusing to give up his phone password31 Commentsucccft+288
2016 Jan 06 Microsoft shows off just how much data it’s collecting from Windows 10 users142 CommentsmWo12+288
2016 Jun 07 Tech firms say FBI wants browsing history without warrant27 Commentshugvo+288
2016 Aug 12 Browsers are able to check your browsers history using only the CSS property 'mix-blend-mode', no Javascript or similar needed.55 CommentstheKovah+288
2014 Jan 05Speculative Evidence my ISP is tracking their customers and selling the data.28 CommentsNimbs+287
2013 Jul 13 Nosey5 Commentsrogerology+286
2015 Mar 30 2 Federal Agents in Silk Road Case Face Fraud Charges. Secret Service & FBI agents stole $800,000 in BitCoin diverted to personal acc'ts.21 Commentstrai_dep+286
2015 Jun 10 NSA Won’t Say If It Automatically Transcribes American Phone Calls in Bulk23 CommentsParanoiaNervosa+286
2015 Oct 02 Cory Doctrow: Why is it so hard to convince people to care about privacy?34 CommentsNoxfag+286
2016 Dec 27 Anatomy of Repression: Military Tactics And Corrupt Media Used To Destroy Protest Movements22 CommentsHinulog+286
2014 Jan 10 ​US govt attempts to block lawsuit against NSA5 Commentskulkke+285
2014 Feb 12 The Day the Internet Didn’t Fight Back68 Comments1632+285
2015 May 18 Tech billionaires like Mark Zuckerberg spend millions of dollars for personal privacy27 Commentsjimmyradola+285
2013 Mar 26 F*CK you advertising companies, i deserve to have the right to browse the internet freely without having ANYBODY follow me around, Nevermind the virtual version of a door to door salesman.48 CommentsMrHustler+284
2013 Jul 25 Mark Zuckerberg caught on video asking filmmaker to stop recording as he is asked questions about privacy standards50 Commentsharry_nash+284
2013 Nov 23 Audio of Eric Schmidt admitting in 2009 that the reason Google stores data is to give it to the government28 Commentsd7GGG1+284
2015 Oct 29 Privacy advocates slam passage of CISA5 CommentsCarrollQuigley+284
2016 May 11 Germany to abolish liability for operating open wi-fi access points12 CommentsFalkvinge+284
2014 Apr 11Funny/light Heartbleed as explained by XKCD.27 CommentsAceyJuan+283
2014 May 29Possibly Misleading EFF will argue for public access to NSA spying records in federal court in Oakland on June 33 Commentsaknetsec+283
2016 Sep 13 DNA Dragnet: In Some Cities, Police Go From Stop-and-Frisk to Stop-and-Spit -- "Police in Florida and other states are building up private DNA databases, in part by collecting voluntary samples from people not charged with -- or even suspected of -- any particular crime."38 Commentstrot-trot+283
2015 Mar 20 Twenty-four Million Wikipedia Users Can’t Be Wrong: Important Allies Join the Fight Against NSA Internet Backbone Surveillance10 CommentsblackVPN+282
2015 May 01 The story of William Binney: A legendary NSA mathematician who developed the revolutionary logic and architecture that is now used to spy on everybody in the world. When the NSA decided to use his programs on US citizens he became one of the biggest whistleblowers in the history of the NSA. [11:51]12 Commentsjellowcakewalk+282
2015 Sep 15 Ads based on your browsing history quietly hit Firefox's New Tab page91 Commentsgoonye+282
2015 Nov 20 How TV ads silently ping commands to phones: Sneaky SilverPush code reverse-engineered59 CommentsCokecan4z+282
2016 Feb 26 Bernie Sanders says Snowden should be brought to trial, but he would not throw the book at him due to the benefit the American people received from his knowledge [11 min, 10 sec mark]84 Commentsmajorchamp+282
2013 Oct 18 Feds Sued for Hiding NSA Spying From Terror Defendants0 Commentskismor+281
2014 Jul 15 UK citizens: If you care about online privacy you have 24 hours to do two simple things11 Commentsdeepfish1+281
2015 Jul 27 Edward Snowden Tells How to Build an Internet Focused on Privacy20 CommentsParanoiaNervosa+281
2016 Jan 23 Internet of Things security is so bad, there’s a search engine for sleeping kids21 CommentsTheLantean+281
2016 May 27 BlueCoat, a company that specializes in censorship, surveillance and internet infrastructure such as public/corporate wifi, has become a certificate authority, allowing it to initiate man-in-the-middle attacks without warning.63 CommentsKinost+281
2017 Jan 21 I Had All of My Electronics (That I had at the time) Seized by U.S. Customs and Border Protection -- Vincent Canfield58 CommentsStallmanTheGrey+281
2013 Nov 07Douchebaggery C.I.A. Pays AT&T More Than $10 Million A Year For Call Data Under Voluntary Contract9 CommentsSurveillanceVan+280
2014 Apr 11Douchebaggery NSA Said to Have Used Heartbleed Bug83 CommentsXSSpants+280
2014 Sep 30 U.S. Law Enforcement Seeks to Halt Apple-Google Encryption of Mobile Data37 Commentswonkadonk+280
2016 Apr 30 You Can't Escape Data Surveillance In America - The Fair Credit Reporting Act was intended to protect privacy, but its provisions have not kept pace with the radical changes wrought by the information age.6 Commentsanutensil+280
2014 Feb 07 Orwell Would Be Proud: NSA Defender Explains How Even Though NSA Spies On Americans, It's OK To Say They Don't21 Commentsmaxwellhill+279
2014 Apr 04 DuckDuckGo: the plucky upstart taking on Google with stealth searches | Technology46 Commentssimplesammm+279
2014 Oct 08 FBI Pays Visit to Researcher Who Revealed Yahoo Hack. Eric Hall tried to help the internet by alerting vulnerabilities, but following hostile FBI visit, “I might wake up tomorrow in handcuffs.”39 Commentstrai_dep+279
2016 Feb 06 Firefox Configuration Guide for Privacy Freaks and Performance Buffs46 Commentsgavinspearhead+279
2016 Mar 19 Edward Snowden is the Lavabit user the government was after11 CommentsDonManuel+279
2016 Apr 04 What are the Panama Papers? A guide to the biggest data leak in history26 Commentswewewawa+279
2016 Sep 17 Playpen: The Story of the FBI’s Unprecedented and Illegal Hacking Operation11 CommentsmWo12+279
2014 May 13 NSA has 80 Corporate Partners, including Microsoft, Intel, IBM, Oracle (Slide from 2002)26 Commentsfabnup+278
2014 Nov 13 Mozilla Firefox internet browser doubles-down on internet privacy by partnering with Tor Project36 Commentswebdoodle+278
2015 Jan 11 The Charlie Hebdo attack was a blow against free speech, not a reason for more surveillance30 Commentsstatelessnfaithless+278
2015 Apr 17 Whistleblowers' Lawyer Finds Malware On Hard Disk Planted By Police15 CommentsP-e-t-a-r+278
2015 May 20 You have 3 days to beat the NSA.25 Commentsannele+278
2013 Oct 30 NSA infiltrates links to Yahoo, Google data centers worldwide, Snowden documents say22 CommentsDuderino316+277
2014 Apr 05 Nearly Half Of Americans Claim They've Changed Their Behavior Due To NSA22 Commentsantdude+277
2014 Sep 17 Assange: Google should be of concern to people all over the world65 Commentssalvia_d+277
2015 Dec 14 Tor hires former EFF chief as executive director | Tor is hoping to diversify its funding and move away from government sources6 CommentsProGamerGov+277
2015 Jun 09 Congress Didn't Notice the FBI Creating a 'Small Air Force' for Surveillance: Excessive executive branch secrecy and the legislature’s oversight failures6 Commentsjohnmountain+276
2016 Feb 04 Maryland Attorney General: If You Don't Want To Be Tracked, Turn Off Your Phone68 CommentsBlankVerse+276
2014 Apr 09 Result of poll by Danish newspaper Politiken with the question "Should Denmark provide asylum for Snowden?"13 Commentspred+275
2015 Aug 26Misleading title Windows 10 Reserves The Right To Block Pirated Games And 'Unauthorized' Hardware | Techdirt69 Commentsscreaming_librarian+275
2016 Mar 01 FBI Claims It Has No Record Of Why It Deleted Its Recommendation To Encrypt Phones | Techdirt10 CommentsDataPhreak+275
2014 Nov 21 Utah Considers Cutting Off Water to the NSA's Monster Data Center12 Commentsproperal+274
2015 Oct 23 Top Intel Lawyer Says Terror Attack Would Help Push for Anti-Encryption Legislation46 CommentsP-e-t-a-r+274
2015 Nov 07 FCC refuses to force websites to honor Do Not Track requests48 CommentsCapnTrip+274
2016 Mar 10 Worried about Apple? California Has a Bill That Would Disable Encryption on All Phones21 Commentshugvo+274
2014 Oct 17 Anonabox "suspended" by KS, all pledges canceled51 Commentsmattcheau+273
2015 Aug 16 Wired: US Admits It Uses Predictions, Not Data, to Blacklist Flyers41 CommentsQU35710NM04R+273
2016 Jan 13 Apple’s Tim Cook Lashes Out at White House Officials for Being Wishy-Washy on Encryption66 Commentsdwaxe+273
2016 May 20 Developer of anonymous Tor software dodges FBI, leaves US19 Commentsflaggwiz+273
2017 Jan 01 Lavabit is returning99 Comments678+273
2013 Aug 18 Glenn Greenwald's partner detained at Heathrow airport for nine hours27 CommentsLudger_Sylbaris+272
2013 Sep 08 Obama says he learns what NSA is doing from the press, then goes to NSA for details -- "It appears that the President is admitting that he doesn't know what the NSA is doing and is similarly learning these facts from the press"23 Commentsmepper+272
2014 Apr 28 A judge in the US has ordered Microsoft to hand over a customer's emails, even though the data is held on a server in Ireland.22 Commentscameronj+272
2014 Oct 07 Twitter Sues For Right To Disclose Govt Surveillance Requests7 Commentsjenjm+272
2014 Nov 27 20 million out of 81 million Germans did something for their online privacy after Snowden's revelations. Now that sounds impressive.29 Commentsmbobe+272
2016 Feb 27 The IRS Hack Was Twice as Bad as We Thought - The agency now says that a total of 724,000 people may have had their personal information stolen by hackers.14 Commentsanutensil+272
2016 May 25 Why Silicon Valley startups now build systems to destroy your personal data, even if it hinders their growth26 Commentsourari+272
2016 Aug 24 Linux Creator Linus Torvalds Reveals NSA Demanded Backdoor58 CommentsmWo12+272
2016 Sep 28 Facebook and Google: most powerful and secretive empires we've ever known | We need better language to describe the technology companies that control the digital worlds in which we speak, play and live18 Commentsourari+272
2016 Nov 11 Feds Can Unlock Most Devices They Need To Get Into, FBI Admits27 Commentstrai_dep+272
2014 Mar 26 TIL Windows 8.1 Sends Your Local Searches Through Bing By Default47 CommentsJDGumby+271
2015 May 15 ‘Big Win’ for Big Brother: NSA Celebrates the Bill That’s Designed to Cuff Them - It was supposed to be the declawing of America’s biggest spy service. But ‘what no one wants to say out loud is that this is a big win for the NSA,’ one former top spook says.8 Commentsanutensil+271
2016 Jul 03 Japanese Supreme Court ruled its okay to spy on Muslim citizens62 CommentsAstzor+271
2013 Aug 12 The subversion of due process in America: The Obama administration is using information obtained through its illegal surveillance programs to target Americans for criminal investigations unrelated to terrorism.15 CommentsDrogDrill+270
2013 Oct 10 Chilling quote from UK's National Crime Agency47 Commentscharsplat+270
2014 Apr 16 Lavabit held in contempt of court for printing crypto key in tiny font [Updated] | Ars Technica23 Commentsspeckz+270
2014 Aug 17 Don't the people that constantly use the "I've got nothing to hide" argument annoy the hell out of you?48 Commentscrocodile92+270
2015 Mar 03 Dropbox Accesses All The Files in Your PC (Not Just Sync Folder) and Steals Everything53 CommentsDr-Horrible+270
2015 May 05 Germans, still outraged by NSA spying, learn their country may have helped23 CommentsblackVPN+270
2015 Dec 13 FBI director renews push for back doors, urging vendors to change business model: it just doesn’t want to call them backdoors and it doesn’t want to dictate what they should look like12 Commentsmaxwellhill+270
2016 Aug 13 iMessage's 'End-To-End' Encryption Hardly Any Better Than TLS, Say Cryptography Researchers35 CommentsmWo12+270
2013 Jun 05 Sanity is restored (slightly anyway) - forced decryption of hard drives violates the 5th amendment (again)26 Commentsterevos2+269
2013 Jun 28 The Facebook application for Android leaks the device phone number. The first time you launch the Facebook application, even before logging in, your phone number will be sent over the Internet to Facebook servers.31 Commentsrandomhumanuser+269
2015 Feb 09 Senators call for investigation into Verizon 'supercookies'6 Commentsquantumcipher+269
2015 Mar 17 France To Require Internet Companies To Detect 'Suspicious' Behavior Automatically, And To Decrypt Communications On Demand28 CommentsSybles+269
2015 Apr 11 The government will hide its surveillance programs. But they won't eliminate them | Trevor Timm |25 Comments500500+269
2015 Oct 01 France's Government Aims to Give Itself—and the NSA—Carte Blanche to Spy on the World18 Commentspizzaiolo_+269
2015 Nov 06 Binge Surfing: In case your local government decides to collect every single domain or url you visited: Why not make it even more ineffective and costly to do so?82 Commentskkretsch+269
2013 Jun 06 U.S. intelligence mining data from nine U.S. Internet companies in broad secret program20 CommentsMLNYC+268
2014 Jan 23 Independent review board says NSA phone data program is illegal and should end6 Commentsinsecuritytheater+268
2014 Mar 18 NSA surveillance program reaches ‘into the past’ to retrieve, replay phone calls34 Commentstrilbey+268
2015 Dec 03 Facebook bows to Belgian privacy law and stops tracking non-members16 CommentsCyberSecure+268
2015 Dec 24 Corbett Sues TSA Over New Policy to Refuse Opt-Outs101 Commentsblamestross+268
2014 Dec 16 Snowden spying leaks prompt millions to protect data: Many people now regularly change passwords or avoid certain websites or apps, said the Centre for International Governance Innovation. It also found that 64% of the 23,000 people questioned are more worried about their privacy than a year ago.11 CommentsLibertatea+267
2015 May 31 Today is the day that Rand Paul​ stands against the establishment for the privacy of American citizens37 CommentsCandidates4Liberty+267
2016 Feb 21 FBI Admits It Urged Change Of Apple ID Password For Terrorist's iPhone12 Commentssigbhu+267
2016 Mar 15 Administration Grants FBI More Raw Access To NSA Data Just As FBI Claims To Be Implementing New Minimization Procedures6 Commentsmizfy+267
2016 Jul 10 Facebook tracks your phone, even if you don't have the app61 Commentssic_1+267
2014 Nov 30 Big Brother IS watching you. Don’t be complacent about surveillance35 CommentsblackVPN+266
2015 Feb 25 FBI chief says cell phone spy gear used to go after kidnappers and drug dealers -- but not terrorists11 CommentsPepperoniBaron+266
2016 Mar 21 Why we should fear a cashless world65 CommentsEconHacker+266
2017 Jan 06 Uber downplays privacy concerns raised by NYC data request31 Commentsema645+266
2017 Jan 14 Boston Police Cancels Plan To Buy $1.4 Million Social Media Surveillance System13 CommentsAnonymousAurele+266
2015 Nov 16 Paris Terror Attack: Intelligence Failure Is Not Snowden’s Fault But A Break Down Of Communication and Cooperation24 CommentsmWo12+265
2015 Dec 04 Former Bush Press Secretary Says The Answer To Mass Shootings Is... More Domestic Surveillance13 CommentsTheLantean+265
2016 Jan 21 Yet another bill seeks to weaken encryption-by-default on smartphones | Ars Technica24 Commentskitten_based_economy+265
2014 Dec 26 "You should get a yearly overview of all information the gov holds on you," proposed in Belgium - are there any similar transparency initiatives in other countries?12 Commentsiphimeda+264
2016 Mar 08 Let's Encrypt has issued its first million certificates6 Commentshugvo+264
2013 Jun 07 (x-post from /r/gaming)17 CommentsMellowTime+263
2014 Mar 09 Julian Assange tells SXSW audience: ‘NSA has grown to be a rogue agency’2 Commentspenguinland+263
2014 Oct 28 'Lone Wolf' Terrorist Acts Will Be Used to Justify the Surveillance State33 Commentssalvia_d+263
2016 Feb 26 Court Says Cops Can't Testify In Case After Destroying Footage Of DUI Arrest | Techdirt8 CommentsPathfinder357+263
2013 Aug 31 Calling the NSA: "I accidentally deleted an e-mail, can you help me recover it?"13 Commentslcedp+262
2013 Sep 10 The new iPhone scans your fingerprint and nobody thinks the NSA is foaming at the mouth???121 Commentssuper_shizmo_matic+262
2014 Jul 17 Snowden: NSA employees routinely pass around intercepted nude photos22 Commentscollectivecognition+262
2014 Sep 02 Homeland Security was built to fend off terrorists. Why's it so busy arming cops to fight average Americans?31 Commentswonkadonk+262
2015 Apr 15 FCC Investigating Verizon over Supercookies12 Commentsvvanderbilt+262
2016 May 10 UK Judge rules cops can't subvert law on cryptography to force suspected hacktivist Lauri Love to decrypt files7 Commentsalexanderjmartin+262
2013 Nov 04 How we know the NSA had access to internal Google and Yahoo cloud data7 CommentsStopSpying+261
2013 Dec 30 The NSA has nearly complete backdoor access to Apple's iPhone94 CommentsPrivacyDude+261
2015 Jun 29 Has the CIA Asked the FISC to Restart Its Bulk Collection Program? So long as the government continues to keep the public in the dark about its efforts to collect their data en masse, we can’t judge whether the USA Freedom Act really put an end to bulk collection under Section 215.6 Commentsjohnmountain+261
2016 Jan 29PDF Poland: New surveillance law a major blow to human rights6 Commentsliotier+261
2017 Jan 07 Video feeds and DMV records are available to the corporations who own the red light traffic cameras18 Commentsvvelaxtrumm+261
2013 Aug 27 In ACLU lawsuit, scientist demolishes NSA’s “It’s just metadata” excuse -- The power of metadata: Addiction, sex, and accusations can all be discovered16 Commentsmepper+260
2014 Sep 10 FBI Lied About How it Obtained Silk Road Server Location Says Security Expert12 Commentswonkadonk+260
2016 Jul 13 Supreme Court Deals Another Body Blow to the Fourth Amendment - "In its decision in the case of Utah v. Strieff, the high court has at once... decreased the protection once enjoyed by the people against unreasonable searches and seizures of their persons, papers, and property."10 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+260
2016 Aug 28 Leaked Document Shows How The NSA Planned To Hack Your Smartphone (VIDEO)3 CommentsmWo12+260
2016 Dec 02 The FBI Just Gained Sweeping New Hacking Powers15 Commentsmaxwellhill+260
2016 Dec 22 700 million Android phones have spying firmware preinstalled47 Commentsplato_thyself+260
2013 Aug 18 Americans are sick of CCTV - Guerrilla surveillance camera destruction hits the U.S.33 Commentsandreasw+259
2014 Aug 12 Amtrak employee sold customer data to DEA for two decades, but not under it's sanctioned privacy policy. Hundreds of thousands of dollars were spent to circumvent official channels.8 CommentsI_chase_fat_ninjas+259
2015 Jul 26 Ashley Madison Hackers Release Info of Man Who Paid to Erase His Profile - An Ontario man who once registered on AshleyMadison.com dating site that promotes infidelity among married people, paid the co. to delete his profile a couple of yrs ago. $19 not well spent.41 Commentsanutensil+259
2015 Nov 03 People's Deepest, Darkest Google Searches Are Being Used Against Them - On the Internet, search queries are used to target vulnerable consumers.53 Commentsanutensil+259
2016 Dec 20 Report: Feds Spying on Us Through at Least 400 Different Cell-Phone Site Simulators in Massive $95 Million DOJ, DHS Project36 CommentsillDecree+259
2013 Sep 06 In 1999, Microsoft introduced an "_NSAKEY" into Windows. When discovered, they claimed it was innocuous.30 Commentsgreenrd+258
2014 Oct 02 Police want back doors in smartphones, but you never know who else will open them9 Commentswonkadonk+258
2015 Mar 07 GPS Tracking Device Found on Activist's Car30 Commentsinfamaus+258
2016 Mar 24 Representatives say NSA must end plans to expand domestic spying29 CommentsTwoTimesX+258
2013 Oct 09 Fill NSA servers with junk -- ScareMail adds unique "scary" stories to email signatures in order to disrupt NSA surveillance42 Commentsforgetcolor+257
2015 Mar 17 22% of US adults under 35 are worried about government surveillance of their digital lives31 Commentsvobw5gqp6tuj+257
2014 Nov 19 NSA Reform Bill Dies As Opponents Hype Threats From Islamic State27 Commentstrai_dep+256
2014 Dec 06 British 'Porn Filter' Blocks Access To Chaos Computer Club32 Commentsfunky_vodka+256
2016 Jun 04 UK Gov't Creating Secret Mega Database On Citizens Without Informing Parliament15 CommentsblackVPN+256
2016 Nov 27 On the modern web, ISPs are one of your threats56 Comments678+256
2013 Aug 20 Comcast, Time Warner Cable, Verizon and Other Telecoms Fighting to Cash In... on You -- An aggressive anti-consumer effort is underway, aimed at turning your private behavior into dollar signs. They call it "modernizing the rules." We call it "cashing in on your privacy"14 Commentsmepper+255
2013 Sep 09 How to foil NSA sabotage: use a dead man's switch38 CommentsLibertatea+255
2013 Sep 15 Hardware hacker learns his E-ZPass is being read all over NYC, not just at toll booths29 Commentsandreasw+255
2013 Oct 09 NSA Liar James Clapper Says 'Peace Of Mind' Trumps Effectiveness In Evaluating Mass Surveillance21 CommentsPrivacyDude+255
2015 Mar 30 The NSA had considered ceasing mass surveillance before Snowden. Officials were concerned that it cost too much money, was ineffective, unpopular and not a key tool in the fight against terrorism28 Commentsjohnmountain+255
2016 Apr 21 UK secret police is indiscriminately spying on millions of innocent people [x-post /r/europrivacy]13 Commentsourari+255
2013 Mar 27Possibly Misleading New Google Chrome Spell Checker Monitors Everything You Type, While FBI Secretly Watches81 Commentskabuki7+254
2013 Oct 28 U.K. may punish publication of NSA leaks31 CommentsRPrevolution+254
2014 Feb 23 NSA's Spying Program Set To Become Even Bigger15 Commentsquantumcipher+254
2014 Aug 28 FBI Ordered Police Department to Conceal Stingray Use22 Commentsquantumcipher+254
2016 Aug 31 IRS doesn't tell 1 million taxpayers that illegal immigrants stole their Social Security numbers62 Commentsourari+254
2013 Jun 14 If you think Prism was bad, you have to look at what the law behind it allows. It's much, much worse.11 Commentsmikerispoli+253
2013 Jun 25 Sorry, NSA, Terrorists Don't Use Verizon. Or Skype. Or Gmail.16 Commentswhitefangs+253
2013 Dec 14 Facebook saves everything you type - even if you don't publish it34 Commentsthe_Absurd+253
2015 Mar 14 ISC Report Says UK Citizens Must Give Up Right To Privacy Because 'Terrorism', Reveals Huge Secret Government Databases10 Commentsmaxwellhill+253
2016 Feb 15 Cell-tracking 'Stingray' device was kept secret: "Records show extent of FBI, manufacturer, police effort to conceal program"15 Commentstrot-trot+253
2016 Jul 16 Federal judge rules using phone spying device without warrant is unconstitutional3 CommentsmWo12+253
2013 Jun 23 Anger mounts after Facebook's 'shadow profiles' leak in bug34 Commentsakwala+252
2015 Jun 22 Australia passes controversial anti-piracy web censorship law19 CommentsblackVPN+252
2015 Sep 29 Carly Fiorina: I Supplied HP Servers for NSA Snooping9 Commentssovereign_citizen+252
2016 Jun 02 How to delete all of the illicit recordings Google has gathered from you over the past year62 Commentsmagenta_placenta+252
2016 Aug 26 FBI’s stingray quickly found suspect after local cops’ device couldn’: New court filings in US v. Ellis show the lengths that Oakland police, FBI went to13 Commentsdnivi3+252
2016 Oct 08 NSA spy details how to tap into webcam on Mac without user noticing39 CommentsmWo12+252
2016 Oct 08 Think Google knows a lot about you? Wait till its on your kitchen counter35 Commentsjonfla+252
2012 Aug 20 This made me smile. Time to stock up on silly string.48 Commentse_d_sea+251
2013 Oct 14 NSA collects millions of e-mail address books globally, at a rate of about 250 million per year16 Commentspbpble+251
2013 Oct 29Possibly Misleading Fury at Facebook as login requests “Government ID” from users86 CommentsAdelleChattre+251
2014 Jan 27 Tormail: If You Used This Secure Webmail Site, the FBI Has Your Inbox39 CommentsNimbs+251
2014 Jul 13 Help me debate people who argue that mass surveillance is OK because "I have nothing to hide."122 CommentsMcBackstabber+251
2014 Oct 25 California Cops Steal Nude Photos from Female Suspect's Phones26 Commentsjamesphw+251
2016 Mar 14 John Oliver dives into the iPhone FBI encryption debate41 Commentssabrinadestiny00+251
2016 May 19 117 million LinkedIn email addresses and passwords put up for sale29 Commentsflaggwiz+251
2017 Jan 05 FTC sues D-Link on basis that devices were sold without reasonable data security.22 CommentsI_chase_fat_ninjas+251
2013 Jun 08 Why Metadata Matters -- The gov't is trying to say that disclosure of metadata isn't a big deal. Let's take a closer look: "They know you spoke with an HIV testing service, then your doctor, then your health insurance company in the same hour. But they don't know what was discussed."8 Commentsmepper+250
2015 Jun 24 Samsung Disables Windows Updates to Favor Its Own Crappy Bloatware51 CommentsXSSpants+250
2016 Apr 15 The CIA Is Investing in Firms That Mine Your Tweets and Instagram Photos33 Commentsourari+250
2016 Aug 19 The NSA Leak Is Real, Snowden Documents Confirm13 Commentssamfbiddle+250
2014 Mar 02 GCHQ identified Kinect as possible snooping tool; Microsoft denies all knowledge40 Commentsquantumcipher+249
2014 Apr 23 Mayor Gets Police To Raid The Home Of Someone Who Made Fun Of Him On Twitter (x-post /r/offbeat)57 CommentsFlelk+249
2014 Jun 14 Facebook Will Use Your Browsing and Apps History For Ads (Despite Saying It Wouldn't 3 Years Ago)46 Commentsthegooddata+249
2013 Jun 16 NSA admits listening to U.S. phone calls without warrants7 Commentsdil8+248
2013 Sep 12 Just one Federal prosecutor could shut down the NSA.12 Commentsdefconoi+248
2013 Sep 30 After NSA Court Hearing, Government Must Unseal Documents by December 208 CommentsNotEltonJohn+248
2015 Apr 24 Google and Facebook Execs Question Government Desire for Encryption Backdoors: Privacy bosses at Google and Facebook say letting the U.S. government unlock encrypted customer data would make law enforcement less accountable.15 Commentsmeyamashi+248
2015 Sep 21 Facebook accused of spying on Belgian citizens like the NSA. Opening volley in privacy lawsuit claims Facebook is contucting NSA-like snooping on citizens, declaring Belgium shouldn’t be intimidated.14 Commentstrai_dep+248
2016 Mar 14 Former cyber czar says NSA could crack the San Bernadino shooter’s phone. Richard Clarke tells NPR that the FBI just wants precedent and could have data already.23 Commentstrai_dep+248
2016 Jul 19 Federal Agents Went Undercover To Spy on Anti-Fracking Movement, Emails Reveal7 CommentsAmericanDerp+248
2013 Jul 30Possibly Misleading NSA F**k Off: Coming Soon Open Source Encryption for People Like Me49 Commentssome_individual+247
2013 Aug 03 FBI Increasingly Using Malware To Remotely Turn On Phone/Laptop Microphones22 CommentsSomeKindOfMutant+247
2014 Aug 04 Apple faces class action suit for tracking users without consent21 CommentsblackVPN+247
2014 Oct 12 Edward Snowden's Privacy Tips: "Get Rid Of Dropbox," Avoid Facebook And Google79 CommentsG0nzalez+247
2014 Nov 23 $60K in taxpayer money; 250,000 privacy violations in 4 months; 1 criminal arrest. Menlo Park police began using capturing images of more than 250,000 plates between July 1 and Oct. 1, only one could be tracked to a crime. (/r/Libertarian)2 Commentsbeofotch+247
2015 May 10 Norwegian citizens now required by law to give their fingerprint to the police41 Commentsjohnmountain+247
2015 Oct 31 WhatsApp Found Collecting Data on Calls and Phone Numbers41 Commentsswtt+247
2016 May 30 Governments Turn to Commercial Spyware to Intimidate Dissidents12 Commentsshoonmcgregor+247
2016 Oct 26 'Terrifying': AT&T Spying on Americans for Profit, New Documents Reveal 'If companies are allowed to operate in this manner without repercussions, our democracy has no future13 CommentsWTCMolybdenum4753+247
2016 Dec 23 Police's Secret Cellphone-Surveillance Tool Can Also Block Calls By The Innocent13 Commentstrot-trot+247
2013 May 03 Texas HB 318 Amended passed House making it illegal for corporations to ask/demand that you give them access to social media and personal email accounts.18 Commentseyereddit+246
2014 Feb 18 France knew the NSA had backdoored Microsoft software since 2008. The NSA admitted it in 2009.27 Commentsquantumcipher+246
2014 May 23 You should fear background checks even if you’ve done nothing wrong19 Commentsspeckz+246
2015 Sep 03 Snowden: Other People Get Fired and Prosecuted For What Hillary Clinton Did18 CommentsSebastianMaki+246
2016 Sep 15 Hacking someone's computer is definitely a search, rules Federal Judge3 Commentsmu1der+246
2014 Mar 04 Police hid use of cell phone tracking device from judge because of NDA (nondisclosure agreement)6 Commentsquantumcipher+245
2014 Dec 05 The bill to eliminate FBI tech back doors18 Commentsjonfla+245
2015 Jun 03 Back from the dead: US officials to ask secret court to revive NSA surveillance - Obama administration sees unconventional legal circumstance as means to temporarily reinstate bulk collection using same law that banned practice15 Commentsjohnmountain+245
2015 Jun 27 Microsoft quietly pushes 18 new trusted root certificates55 Commentsjohnmountain+245
2015 Nov 30 The RCMP wants more online surveillance power. We should say no.5 CommentsProGamerGov+245
2016 Feb 08 Windows 10 telemetry network traffic analysis, part 139 CommentsGuessWhat_InTheButt+245
2016 Jul 06 FBI Must Not Sidestep Privacy Protections For Massive Collection of Biometric Data5 CommentsAnonymousAurele+245
2016 Sep 07 Cory Doctorow: The Privacy Wars Are About to Get A Whole Lot Worse27 Commentspizzaiolo_+245
2016 Sep 27 X-Post from r/linux: The NSA has tried to backdoor linux three times19 Commentskjjones08+245
2013 Jul 08 Want to complain about Prism? Please submit your complaints about the government's secret activities to the government's secret tribunal. We'll think about it in secret and let you know what the answer is, maybe.2 Commentsmikerispoli+244
2013 Aug 28 Not Just the NSA: Data Brokers Amass Detailed Profiles on Everyone Online27 CommentsOsterstriker+244
2014 Sep 25 DOJ chastising Apple and Google for locking down phones; same DOJ that argued at the Supreme Court they can search your phone without a warrant19 Commentsprivacylawyer+244
2015 Oct 30 Internet firms warn over police push for web history access29 CommentsLibertatea+244
2016 Feb 12 There’s still time to stop the TPP - Creative Commons blog1 Commentspizzaiolo_+244
2016 Nov 11 Edward Snowden seems surprisingly optimistic about the US election result76 Commentseleitl+244
2014 Jul 09 Glenn Greenwald Names Names - This is the first time that American targets—people who have never been arrested or even suspected of terrorist activity—have been identified.16 Commentscbashi+243
2015 Jan 12 F.B.I. Is Broadening Surveillance Role, Report Shows16 Commentstrot-trot+243
2015 Apr 13 Stingray spying: FBI's secret deal with police hides phone dragnet from courts. Federal authorities maintain ‘totalitarian’ control over local law enforcement.4 Commentstrai_dep+243
2014 Mar 03 Entire English hospital patient database 'uploaded to Google servers'14 Commentsnurwi+242
2014 Sep 05 When Can The FBI Use National Security Letters To Go After Journalists? Why, That's Classified!5 CommentsblackVPN+242
2013 Jun 13 ACLU sues US government over metadata surveillance program3 Commentsantdude+241
2014 Jun 17 City Of London Police Claim That ‘The Tor’ Is 90% Of The Internet, And Is A Risk To Society29 Commentstrai_dep+241
2014 Dec 13 Norway discovered rogue cell phone base stations near Parliament.27 CommentsLeaViljanen+241
2016 Nov 29 In a world where Donald Trump is President, encryption is becoming more popular: Signal records 400% increase in growth since Trump’s election win.73 CommentsOdawn+241
2016 Dec 21 Google employee sues company for 'illegal' confidentiality policies that violate labor laws33 Commentsema645+241
2013 Sep 29 NSA has, as the paranoids warned us, been studying the social ties of Americans through our data35 Commentsmaxwellhill+240
2013 Dec 24 Judge Rules That NSA Can Only Spy On Phone Records Of 6.7 Billion Non-Americans71 Commentsmaxwellhill+240
2015 Mar 11 A Dutch court Wednesday handed a victory to privacy advocates by striking down a data-retention law that gives the government easy access to telecommunication data.9 CommentsLibertatea+240
2013 Feb 14 Homeland Security Approves Their Right To Search and Seize Your Electronics Without Suspicion30 Commentswatchingbigbrother+239
2014 Jul 27 The Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act (CISA) is just CISPA in new clothing — and this bill is even worse! - Highland Community News: Political3 Commentssd002002+239
2014 Nov 10 Mozilla attacks 'lack of transparency' for iPhone and Android smartphones27 CommentsLibertatea+239
2015 Apr 01 79% people are worried about their online privacy and want more control over their personal data28 Commentsjimmyradola+239
2015 Jul 30 Federal Judge Lucy Koh Rules 4th Amendment Requires Warrant to Track Your Cell Phone27 Comments_datjedi_+239
2016 Jan 02 Privacy advocates protest Microsoft’s backup of user encryption keys12 CommentsNighthawkFencer+239
2016 Apr 28 Suspect who won’t decrypt hard drives jailed indefinitely43 CommentsCrankyBear+239
2013 Sep 09 Safeguards keeping the NSA from spying on Americans were removed by the Obama administration9 Commentsstrobexp+238
2014 Sep 26 This Week in Privacy (Sep 19 - 26)36 Commentssurfeasy+238
2014 Oct 19 Keurig.com's Privacy Policy. Is this common?65 Commentsprivate05+238
2015 Sep 01 Microsoft accused of adding spy features to Windows 7, 825 CommentsStraightFlush777+238
2016 Feb 13 Samsung Warns Customers To Think Twice About What They Say Near Smart TVs76 Commentsbmgee33+238
2013 Jun 07Activism Yesterday we learned about NSA's PRISM. Here's a guide to using free software to take back some of your privacy today.72 CommentsJustReward+237
2014 Apr 17 NYPD Ends Surveillance of Muslims; Shifts to Surveillance of Everyone10 Commentsquantumcipher+237
2014 Aug 06 40GB of Gamma International (UK Private Surveillance Contractor) Data is Being Leaked on /r/Anarchism42 CommentsDuncanKeyes+237
2014 Oct 06 Alabama Sheriff: “EFF more interested in protecting predators and pedophiles than in protecting our children.”26 CommentsKruger2147+237
2015 Mar 27 AT&T’s plan to watch your Web browsing—and what you can do about it | Ars Technica47 Commentsspeckz+237
2015 Jul 04 How the Founding Fathers Fought an 18th Century Version of the President's Illegal Domestic Spying (Happy 4th from the EFF!)9 Commentstrai_dep+237
2016 Mar 27 "Investigators are broadening their DNA searches beyond government databases and demanding genetic information from companies that do ancestry research for their customers."10 Commentstrot-trot+237
2016 Dec 16 Twitter blocks government 'spy centers' from accessing user data. ACLU investigation revealed fusion centers could access monitoring tech to target activists and journalists while racially profiling people deemed ‘suspicious’.22 Commentstrai_dep+237
2014 Feb 20 Ditch WhatsApp for more secure service, German privacy regulator urges74 Commentstrilbey+236
2015 Jun 19 UN report promotes encryption as fundamental and protected right3 CommentsblackVPN+236
2016 Jan 13clickbait from 2011 Google spying on you for nsa? Judge: 'none of your business'24 CommentsmWo12+236
2014 Oct 05 Apple is not designing systems to prevent law enforcement from executing legitimate warrants. It’s building systems that prevent everyone who might want your data—including hackers, malicious insiders, and even hostile foreign governments—from accessing your phone.85 Commentswonkadonk+235
2014 Dec 08 Mass surveillance exposed by Snowden ‘not justified by fight against terrorism’: Report by Nils Muižnieks, commissioner for human rights at the Council of Europe, says ‘secret, massive and indiscriminate’ intelligence work is contrary to rule of law5 CommentsLibertatea+235
2015 May 28 Former FBI assistant director: to keep budgets high, we must 'Keep Fear Alive' (Patriot Act)9 Commentsjohnmountain+235
2016 Apr 22 UK spies are collecting bulk data on millions of innocent people9 Commentsmoosaid_thecow+235
2013 Apr 18 CISPA passes U.S. House 288-12720 CommentsFailsTheTuringTest+234
2013 Oct 04 (NEW) NSA and GCHQ target Tor network that protects anonymity of web users. Top-secret documents detail repeated efforts to crack Tor.10 Commentstrilbey+234
2014 Apr 19 FBI's Facial Recognition Database Will Include Non-Criminals20 CommentsVailhem+234
2015 Apr 26 'Privacy isn't dead' Snowden’s South American legacy grows as Brazil’s crypto movement marches on1 Commentsjohnmountain+234
2015 Jun 17 EFF has updated their "Who's got your back" guide25 CommentsTananar+234
2016 Jan 22 AT&T CEO won’t join Tim Cook in fight against encryption backdoors.24 CommentsTacoma_Trees+234
2016 Feb 09 Hacker Publishes Personal Info of 20,000 FBI Agents32 Commentssabrinadestiny00+234
2013 Nov 20 Judge: “NSA exceeded the scope of authorized acquisition continuously”3 CommentsFlelk+233
2013 Dec 28 2013 is the year that proved your ‘paranoid’ friend right33 Commentskulkke+233
2014 Dec 17 Billion Dollar Surveillance Blimp to Launch Over Maryland.57 Commentssadatay+233
2015 Apr 10 Philly PD Declares All Drivers To Be 'Under Investigation' While Denying Request For License Plate Reader Data16 CommentsBossman1086+233
2015 Oct 14 The Free Software Foundation of Europe is 'commemorating' the 10 year anniversary of Sony rootkit fiasco. Help spread the word8 Commentsdunkstafarian+233
2016 Jan 05 Microsoft may be collecting more data than initially thought36 Commentsspeckz+233
2013 Jul 11 I keep seeing people saying things like "The NSA has probably already broken every encryption scheme." I couldn't disagree more. This article tells you why.[WARNING: Math is involved]77 CommentsMicahGreene+232
2015 Oct 25 Facebook may be the secret force behind surveillance bill “CISA”: secretly lobbying for CISA to give them impunity for violating their users’ privacy—as long as they hand over user data to the government2 Commentsmaxwellhill+232
2016 Aug 04 I thought the image of an American flag surrounded by surveillance cameras atop a Wal-Mart was delightfully dystopian. I was somewhat dismayed to find that many Redditors see no connection (not even symbolically) between corporate data-gathering and government surveillance.189 CommentsCupcakeTrap+232
2013 Nov 13 How the NSA *really* finds your switched-off mobile.84 CommentsAceyJuan+231
2014 May 06Possibly Misleading Emails reveal close Google relationship with NSA - NSA head and Internet giant's executives have coordinated through high-level policy discussions49 Commentsfabnup+231
2015 Jan 25 Snowden, NSA face off over privacy at Harvard5 Commentschriz44+231
2015 Apr 08 Encryption is the Second Amendment for the Internet20 Commentsjohnmountain+231
2016 Jul 12 PrivateInternetAccess VPN provider closes down Russian servers following seizure of their servers and enactment of new data retention laws in the country.28 Commentsoiuebns+231
2016 Sep 26 NSA Zero Day Tools Likely Left Behind By Careless Operative8 Commentshugvo+231
2013 Apr 19 The Senate is our last line of defense on CISPA26 CommentsOmegaPointTheory+230
2013 Dec 12 We the People petition to end warrantless email searches passes 100,000 signatures, requiring the White House to respond27 Commentsr_d_olivaw+230
2015 May 18 South Korea's New Law Mandates Installation Of Government-Approved Spyware On Teens' Smartphones21 CommentsTheLantean+230
2015 Aug 05 Girl is stopped at airport because of something she said in a Facebook message79 Commentsthingscouldbeworse+230
2015 Sep 13 EFF Provides Evidence to Courts of Verizon Wireless, Sprint and AT&T Participation in NSA Spying8 CommentsTheLantean+230
2016 Dec 05 Google’s DeepMind AI can lip-read TV shows better than a pro31 CommentsAnonymousAurele+230
2013 May 27 45 GIGApixel Picture Zoomed In26 Commentsrandomhumanuser+229
2014 Nov 17 Come On, Put This Google-Owned Surveillance Device in Your House. It’s Gonna Be Great! "How do you convince regular people to buy Google-owned monitoring gadgets, and install them in their homes? First, don’t mention Google in your nationally televised ads. Next, make those ads pretty funny."67 CommentsLibertatea+229
2015 Sep 13 Vodafone ‘hacked journalist’s phone to trace whistleblowers’, hid systemic privacy breaches.6 CommentsYouAintGotToLieCraig+229
2016 Feb 02 Microsoft makes Windows 10 a 'recommended update' for Windows 7 and 8.1 users90 Commentsnotp+229
2016 Jul 03 The Internet's designers and a new generation of hackers are unraveling the knots keeping the web from living up to its original promise. A decentralized Internet.11 Commentsspeckz+229
2014 Jul 30 I told Godaddy "no" when they demanded a copy of my passport; now they want to keep our conversation "private"59 Commentsnanjad+228
2015 Jul 22 Scientists unveil high-speed anonymity network for the entire Internet35 Commentsjohnmountain+228
2013 Jul 04 AT&T says it’s considering selling its customers’ wireless and Wi-Fi locations, U-verse usage, website browsing habits, mobile app usage and “other information.”21 CommentsGonzoVeritas+227
2013 Oct 10 NSA Chief Alexander Wants the Media to Stop Making the NSA Look Bad19 CommentsPrivacyDude+227
2013 Dec 02 My government (I'm Dutch) is building their own NSA.34 CommentsPeter_File+227
2015 Mar 03 Feds Admit Stingrays Can Disrupt Cell Service of Bystanders8 Commentstrai_dep+227
2015 Apr 20 Tor Exit Node Operator Issued Subpoena34 Commentsthekodols+227
2016 Feb 02 "The vulnerability is believed to have stemmed from the National Security Agency’s own encryption algorithm that created a “back door” for hackers"7 CommentsmWo12+227
2016 Apr 11 Revealed: immigration officers allowed to hack phones6 CommentsblackVPN+227
2017 Jan 19 You still can’t turn off Windows 10’s built-in spyware48 CommentsCrankyBear+227
2014 May 22 Facebook app protects your privacy by passively listening in while you make status updates - but don't worry, they promise it can't identify conversation53 CommentsDenyborg+226
2015 Jan 12 UK Prime Minister wants Backdoors into Messaging Apps or He’ll Ban Them26 CommentsJDGumby+226
2016 Aug 29 Facebook recommended that this psychiatrist’s patients friend each other29 Commentssupersadtrueprivacy+226
2016 Nov 03 Firefox disables loophole that allows sites to track users via battery status4 CommentsmWo12+226
2016 Dec 24 Barnes & Noble's New Nook Ships With Malware9 CommentsZ3ROGRAV1TYx+226
2013 May 07 After the Tragedy in Boston, More Government Surveillance is Not the Answer11 Commentsliefj+225
2013 Oct 07 Want to Evade NSA Spying? Don't Connect to the Internet77 CommentsLibertatea+225
2014 Mar 17 The NSA can track every email, but it can't find a plane64 Commentsmobileview+225
2014 Mar 21 How ironic that Microsoft would point fingers at Gmail's invasion of user data.29 Commentsdigitalhelder+225
2014 Jun 01 N.S.A. Collecting Millions of Faces From Web Images62 CommentsMrDirtPoor+225
2013 Jun 21 A Love Letter To The NSA Agent Who Is Monitoring My Online Activity19 Commentsliefj+224
2014 Jan 15 Experts reject false NSA claims in key Senate hearing on spying reforms9 CommentsShahid-Buttar+224
2014 Jan 21 New documents: NSA provided 2-3 daily “tips” to FBI for at least 3 years8 CommentsThe_Tin_Hat+224
2015 Jun 11 ANDREW NAPOLITANO: Freedom Act fails to curtail NSA snooping - "..NSA will continue to take both metadata and content."10 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+224
2012 May 03 Reddit Inc. is okay with CISPA. Let them know we're not okay with that7 Commentsgracefool+223
2013 Nov 04 A group of 70 human rights organisations have written an open letter to David Cameron arguing that the UK government's response to the revelations of mass surveillance of digital communications is "eroding fundamental human rights in the country".8 CommentsLibertatea+223
2013 Dec 01 We're One Step Closer to Ending Mass Surveillance59 CommentsAmon_Rudh+223
2015 May 12 Many of the NSA's loudest defenders have financial ties to NSA contractors11 Commentsjohnmountain+223
2015 Jun 25 It's George Orwell's birthday (6/25): Raise awareness of security cameras by dressing them in party hats7 Commentsrlconkl+223
2015 Oct 12 NSA runs its spying activities on Red Hat Linux46 CommentsRaiz1337+223
2015 Dec 22 UK Government Has Secretly Created A Huge Database Storing Details About Its Citizens' Private Lives - Since 20005 CommentsblackVPN+223
2013 Aug 04unconfirmed BREAKING: HALF OF TOR SITES COMPROMISED, INCLUDING TORMAIL60 Commentscap2002+222
2014 Jul 06 New Snowden leaks show NSA collected the private data of tens of thousands of Americans27 Commentsthegooddata+222
2014 Nov 21 How to Encrypt the Entire Web for Free. Ambitious new non-profit Let’s Encrypt aims to render vast regions of the internet invisible to prying eyes.38 Commentstrai_dep+222
2015 Feb 09 Erie County Sheriff's Office is using military grade secrecy to hide how and why they are using stingray devices to track & record NYers locations via cellphone. WE ARE SUING.7 CommentsNYCLU+222
2016 Jan 19 MEMS gyroscopes found on modern smartphones are sufficiently sensitive to measure acoustic signals in the vicinity of the phone. Using signal processing and machine learning, this information is sufficient to identify speaker information and even parse speech.36 Commentsspeckz+222
2017 Jan 03 Facebook knows my Whatsapp contacts from an unconnected account.35 Commentsbrian8080+222
2015 Jan 31 Spies Know What You're Downloading on Filesharing Sites, New Snowden Docs Show40 CommentsTiagoTiagoT+221
2015 Feb 08 'Privacy is DAMAGING to PROGRESS' says Irish big data whitepaper19 CommentsrazaSG+221
2015 Mar 24 All Parties In Austrian Parliament Support Resolution Calling For Action Against NSA And GCHQ Spying12 Commentsjohnmountain+221
2015 Oct 02 The founder of #Peeple, the judging app, is upset that people are judging her online22 CommentsGreatestInstruments+221
2015 Oct 20 T-Mobile let millions of their customers get hacked. Now they're lobbying to get away with it28 CommentsevanFFTF+221
2015 Dec 10 A Canadian ISP has received a public backlash after posting a list on its Facebook page of 25 subscriber names who had not paid their overdue bills, in order to publicly shame them into paying36 Commentsmaxwellhill+221
2015 Dec 31 Spying on Congress and Israel: NSA Cheerleaders Discover Value of Privacy Only When Their Own Is Violated13 CommentsEncrypted-Titan+221
2016 Nov 22 Irish police chief confirms use of Gmail address for official business16 Commentscuntais_eile+221
2013 Jul 13 Discovering Names of Secret NSA Surveillance Programs via LinkedIn -- "Apparently, NSA employees don't realize that information they post online can be revealed"13 Commentsmepper+220
2014 Jan 16 Security Expert Bruce Schneier Says to Foil NSA Spies, Encrypt Everything59 Commentskulkke+220
2014 Feb 05 Wozniak criticizes cloud dependence in light of NSA | Apple's outspoken co-founder cuts to the chase on tech firms' cloud reliance: systems just aren't safe from spying eyes.28 Commentskulkke+220
2015 Feb 10 Obama asks Germany “to give us the benefit of the doubt” on NSA spying30 Commentsjosoka+220
2015 Apr 21 “We can't keep bending the Fourth Amendment to the resources of law enforcement,” Sotomayor declared.10 Commentscensoredandagain+220
2016 Jan 19 Like it or not, you can no longer hide your Facebook profile from search results. Facebook has removed the privacy setting that allowed users to prevent others from searching for them by name on the site.44 CommentsMrDent+220
2016 Mar 02 1Password sends your password across the loopback interface in clear text32 Commentsspeckz+220
2017 Jan 06 Get your loved ones off Facebook.48 Commentsspeckz+220
2013 May 14 Facebook shows all the names of people in your custom friend list when you share stuff with people in a custom friend list of yours29 Commentsplusninety+219
2013 Dec 24 How and why did anonymity come to become important to people?237 Commentsbimmah+219
2014 Feb 18 The Watergate scandal completely pales in comparison to the NSA scandal29 Commentsoewt+219
2014 Mar 21 The White House wants to know how worried you are about data privacy44 Commentstrilbey+219
2015 Jan 23 Illinois Law Allows Schools To Demand Students' Facebook Passwords70 Commentstrot-trot+219
2015 Jun 25 The worst hack of the U.S. government in history just got much worse - Infidelity. Sexual fetishes. Drug abuse. Crushing debt. They’re the most intimate secrets of U.S. government workers. And now they’re in the hands of foreign hackers.41 Commentsjohnmountain+219
2014 Nov 27 105-pages of Personal information from cell phone company.46 CommentsMKE1138+218
2015 May 17 UK government quietly rewrites hacking laws to give GCHQ immunity0 Commentsjohnmountain+218
2015 Aug 19 Privacy can be the difference between life and death: repercussions of the Ashley Madison leak in Saudi Arabia16 CommentsThe_Tin_Hat+218
2016 Jun 25 Hackers Just Leaked Personal Data of US Military Officials and it's Legit18 CommentsmWo12+218
2016 Jul 22 Here’s how an Apple ID and Facebook led to KickassTorrents being shut down17 CommentsblackVPN+218
2013 Nov 12 People with criminal records who live near the G20 summit in Perth will be moved out of their homes while the meeting is in progress19 Commentscojoco+217
2014 Jun 11 Comcast plans to turn 50,000 home routers into public Wi-Fi hotspots without their users providing consent (X-post technology)57 Commentswork_account078+217
2014 Sep 12 Fifteen Months After the NSA Revelations, Why Aren’t More News Organizations Using HTTPS?26 Commentsageisp0lis+217
2015 Sep 09 John McAfee announces he's running for President65 Commentsxmstr+217
2016 Oct 15 Eye in the sky: billionaires' surveillance project raises privacy fears in Baltimore27 Commentsondondil+217
2013 Sep 28 N.S.A. Examines Social Networks of U.S. Citizens4 Commentsbincat+216
2016 Mar 26 The story of how a certain VPN company tried bribing me.12 CommentsThatOnePrivacyGuy+216
2016 May 01 Is it legal for my work to require me to be under 24/7 surveillance? Vermont. [np link]15 CommentsmWo12+216
2016 May 27 Biometric Information Privacy Act under attack8 Commentsshoonmcgregor+216
2016 Sep 29 Snowden disclosures helped reverse expansion of Patriot Act provision. Leaks in 2013 helped shift FBI away from using controversial Section 215 to acquire email and other metadata, US justice department watchdog finds.0 Commentstrai_dep+216
2012 Aug 11 WIKILEAKS: Surveillance Cameras Around The Country Are Being Used In A Huge Spy Network26 CommentsMaxcactus+215
2013 Mar 24 Mayor Bloomberg says surveillance drones are inevitable in NYC: 'get used to it'34 Commentswhitefangs+215
2014 May 02 EFF “Privacy Badger” plugin aimed at forcing websites to stop tracking users | Advertisers can ignore "Do Not Track," but they can't escape the Privacy Badger.20 Commentskulkke+215
2016 May 06 'Stop resetting your password so often', says British spy agency69 CommentsNighthawkFencer+215
2016 May 20 Judge changes mind, says FBI doesn't have to reveal Tor browser hack14 Commentsmeanderingspirit+215
2015 Jul 16 "The theft of background investigation data on millions of federal employees and contractors has created a massive threat to U.S. national security that will last for decades and cost billions of dollars to monitor"39 Commentsxanderdad+214
2016 Mar 01 Public Cry for Help: My marijuana clinic is a target for illegal surveillance! We have proof and have announced our suspicions publicly after reports exposed stingray use by state police.30 CommentsMarijuanaSpecialist+214
2013 Jul 21 Utah ISP owner describes the NSA 'black box' that spied on his customers21 CommentsSomeKindOfMutant+213
2013 Oct 24 EFF Brief Argues Police Need Search Warrant to Read Text Messages8 Commentsapropo+213
2015 Feb 03 One Year Later, Obama Failing on Promise to Rein in NSA5 CommentsKerberos53+213
2015 Oct 21 CISA cyber spying bill is up for a vote in a matter of days. Internet users are planning a protest in Washington, DC tomorrow.2 CommentsevanFFTF+213
2015 Oct 24 Cisa amendment would allow US to jail foreigners for crimes committed abroad: The addition to controversial cybersecurity bill, which passed key Senate hurdle on Thursday, would lower barrier for US to pursue foreign nationals for cybercrime18 Commentsmaxwellhill+213
2016 Mar 08 FBI quietly changes its privacy rules for accessing NSA data on Americans | US news5 Commentssqlburn+213
2016 Aug 03 Massive new study lifts the lid on top websites’ tracking secrets11 Commentsspeckz+213
2016 Oct 19 Study: Face Recognition Systems Threaten the Privacy of Millions10 CommentsPrestoVivace+213
2017 Jan 20 New poll reveals that 4 out of 5 British people believe Donald Trump will use his surveillance powers for personal gain34 CommentsPrivacyIntl+213
2013 Oct 03 Adobe hacked, 3 million accounts compromised | Security & Privacy26 Commentstrailer_park_jesus+212
2013 Oct 11 My reddit account history says the DoD accessed my account47 Commentspirilux+212
2014 Jan 24 Here's how to block the "seen by" function in Facebook messages using Adblock Plus. No more people knowing whether you have read their messages or not!47 CommentsWinterFresh04+212
2014 Feb 06 Stallman: ‘We’ve got to limit surveillance to keep democracy’12 CommentseclecticApe+212
2014 Jul 22 NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden plans to work on easy-to-use privacy tools10 CommentsGossipRob+212
2014 Aug 11 Australia's national security proposals will criminalise journalists & whistleblowers3 CommentsblackVPN+212
2014 Oct 10 Crypto wars redux: why the FBI's desire to unlock your private life must be resisted13 CommentsblackVPN+212
2015 Aug 31 Windows 10 Worst Feature Installed On Windows 7 And Windows 857 Commentsseppelz+212
2016 Aug 23 WhatsApp privacy under threat as France and Germany push EU to allow states to break encryption [x-post /r/europrivacy]46 Commentsourari+212
2014 Jul 06 The NSA Said Edward Snowden Had No Access to Surveillance Intercepts. They Lied.10 Commentsanutensil+211
2014 Aug 07 HTTPS webpages will rank higher on Google Search54 Comments_RME_+211
2014 Aug 24 People Think They're Exempt From NSA - A worthwhile talk by Jacob Appelbaum (of the TOR project)11 Commentshighspeedstrawberry+211
2014 Oct 24 Tor Exit Node Found to be Injecting Malware Into Downloads26 Commentsjamesphw+211
2016 Jan 14 "A proposed bill in New York [New York, USA] seeks to require that all smartphones sold in the state can be decrypted or unlocked and proposes hefty fines for vendors failing to comply."42 Commentstrot-trot+211
2013 Jul 17 NSA Mission Creep: When Everything Is Terrorism - Bruce Schneier8 Commentsfutrawo+210
2014 Jan 12 How A Bank Gave My Data To A Marketing Firm Before The Signup Process Was Complete7 Commentsssladmin+210
2015 Feb 04 ISP Doesn't Have to Expose Pirating Subscribers, Judge Rules12 Commentssalacio+210
2015 Mar 15 ‘Freedom in jeopardy’: Nationwide protests in Canada as thousands denounce new anti-terror law3 Commentsreaderseven+210
2016 Sep 16 This Loophole Ends the Privacy of Social Security Numbers35 CommentsPrestoVivace+210
2016 Nov 10 How to Trump-Proof Your Electronic Communications. If Donald’s going to be in charge of the surveillance apparatus, we should all take precautions.70 Commentstrai_dep+210
2017 Jan 05 Privacy Advocates Warn of Potential Surveillance Through Listening Devices Like Amazon Echo52 CommentsPigFarmington+210
2012 Sep 13CodeRed Warrantless wiretap bill passes in US House, authorizes 5 more years of domestic spying20 Commentssalvia_d+209
2013 Oct 31 Silent Circle and Lavabit launch “DarkMail Alliance” to thwart e-mail spying16 Comments-Gavin-+209
2014 Jan 18 President Really Disappointed Me Today38 Commentsmack2nite+209
2014 Sep 11 U.S. threatened massive fine to force Yahoo to release data8 Commentsunnecessarily+209
2014 Dec 01 Amazon’s frightening CIA partnership: Capitalism, corporations and our massive new surveillance state. Hundreds of millions flow to Amazon from the national security state. It's a kind of partnership we shouldn't allow.40 Commentstrai_dep+209
2015 Mar 29 Stolen Uber Customer Accounts Are for Sale on the Dark Web for $1 - A username & password is all you need to access a user’s trip history, which may include personal details like a home address. While full credit card info is not exposed, the last 4 digits & expiration date are viewable.67 Commentsanutensil+209
2013 Jun 19 DuckDuckGo Search Engine Gets Boost After PRISM Scandal16 Commentsinmersion+208
2014 Jan 21 Obama's NSA Telecom Surveillance Reforms Really Won't Change Much: "It appears as if the White House made significant concessions in the government's surveillance practices to bolster U.S. citizens' privacy. But in reality the changes are few in substance."5 Commentsyourbasicgeek+208
2014 Jan 26 FISA court waited until after Snowden leaks to actually explore if bulk phone record collection was legal3 Commentsmeyamashi+208
2015 Apr 08 How Edward Snowden Unwittingly Killed a Mass-Surveillance Program6 CommentsLibertatea+208
2015 Dec 15 BlackBerry has "lawful interception" capabilities for communications but this isn't a backdoor for... reasons. BB COO attacks end-to-end crypto because it "helps terrorists."35 CommentsArchangelleBorgore+208
2016 Jun 20 Tor Browser Integrates Tool to Fend Off Deanonymization Exploits15 Commentscampuscodi+208
2013 Jun 01 COURT: GOOGLE MUST GIVE YOUR PRIVATE DATA TO FBI …WITHOUT A WARRANT!!! – Secrets of the Fed15 Commentspapadapper+207
2013 Dec 10 Meet Jack. Or, What The Government Could Do With All That Location Data14 CommentsAdelleChattre+207
2014 Mar 01 American Bar Assoc. Sends Letter To NSA Seeking Affirmation Of Attorney-Client Confidentiality14 Commentsquantumcipher+207
2014 Apr 24 Teens Care More About Online Privacy Than Twentysomethings In “Post-Snowden Era”27 CommentsMACR0HARD+207
2014 Dec 02 Why Privacy Matters & What The NSA Capabilities Are. Featuring Jacob Appelbaum11 Commentscybersec101+207
2015 Jun 20 London: WikiLeaks founder Assange marks three years in Ecuador’s embassy, as new cables released14 Commentskvarengi+207
2016 Aug 11 DEA regularly mines Americans' travel records to seize millions in cash27 Commentsscite+207
2012 Aug 23 The NSA Domestic Spying Program: "Binney explains how the program he created for foreign intelligence gathering was turned inward on this country...He is among a group of N.S.A. whistle-blowers...who have each risked everything...to warn Americans about the dangers of N.S.A. domestic spying."15 Commentsjdw25+206
2013 Aug 20 Groklaw shutters over NSA scandal and Lavabit shutdown24 Commentsen_passant_person+206
2013 Sep 10 New Snowden Documents Show NSA Deemed Google Networks a "Target"19 Commentsaimee000+206
2013 Dec 16 '60 Minutes' Lies In Aid Of NSA Whitewash12 CommentsAllYouCanEatRedPills+206
2013 Jul 02 Images to share on the 4th of July to protest NSA spying.6 Commentsfightforthefuture+205
2013 Sep 02 Drug Agents Use Vast Phone Trove, Eclipsing NSA’s -- "The government pays AT&T to place its employees in drug-fighting units around the country. Those employees sit alongside DEA agents and local detectives and supply them with the phone data from as far back as 1987."14 Commentsmepper+205
2015 Oct 06 Verizon revives "zombie cookie" device tracking on AOL’s sites & ad network7 Commentsmtigas+205
2015 Oct 24 Well written article about Facebook's "real names" Policy:"This policy of Facebook’s has been a boon for authoritarian governments seeking to silence dissent without attracting the attendant bad press."60 Commentsenablegravity+205
2016 Sep 17 New Film Tells the Story of Edward Snowden; Here Are the [100+] Surveillance Programs He Helped Expose5 Commentslabooleyrama+205
2013 Aug 10 WARNING: Ebay is using http for all pages while you're logged in24 Commentsoffbytwo+204
2014 Jun 26 The Supreme Court's Cell Phone Case Went Even Further than Privacy Advocates Had Hoped - The 4th Amendment gets updated for the 21st century.18 Commentsanutensil+204
2015 Sep 07 NSA phone data collection 'not illegal', US court rules16 Commentsacrediblesauce+204
2015 Sep 21 PrivacyTools.IO has new "Don't use Windows 10 - It's a privacy nightmare" section that's quite helpful (if you're a poor misbegotten soul using Windows10)45 Commentstrai_dep+204
2016 May 18 If You Care At All About Privacy, Don’t Use Google’s Allo. It is the first major messaging App to have the express purpose of learning everything about you, further fleshing out Google’s already comprehensive profile of you.55 Commentstrai_dep+204
2016 Jun 16 The Use of FBI’s Facial Recognition Is Growing, Despite Rampant Inaccuracy and Privacy Concerns8 CommentsBarmagluk+204
2016 Aug 09 Researchers crack open unusually advanced malware that hid for 5 years8 CommentsAnonymousAurele+204
2012 Nov 20 Senate bill rewrite lets feds read your e-mail without warrants (Are you happy you voted for this?)21 Commentsubergeek404+203
2013 Aug 22 UK forced David Miranda to give up his email and social media passwords on threat of prison30 Commentsdefconoi+203
2014 Nov 12 91% of US adults say consumers have lost control over how their personal info is collected and used by companies4 Commentsspeckz+203
2014 Nov 16 AT&T kills the 'permacookie,' stops tracking customers' Internet usage (for now)4 Commentscrazypelican+203
2015 Mar 08 Why the Ownership of Personal Data in the Hands of a Few Should Worry Us: We need a better understanding of how our data is being used already and how it is likely to be used in the future.0 Commentsmaxwellhill+203
2015 Mar 14 Hertz puts cameras in its rental cars, says it doesn't plan to use them30 Commentssupersadtrueprivacy+203
2015 Aug 13 Facebook rescinds internship from student who exposed app privacy flaws10 CommentsWryx+203
2015 Aug 23 Updates Make Windows 7 and 8 Spy On You Like Windows 1094 Comments_datjedi_+203
2016 Jan 22 Skype helps users avoid harassment by hiding IP addresses - freaking finally24 Commentspolymute+203
2016 Aug 21 When Government Secrets Keep You Safe, while weakening the Internet for everyone.9 CommentsmWo12+203
2016 Sep 06 German spies repeatedly broke law, must delete XKeyscore database10 CommentsmWo12+203
2017 Jan 06 California police would have to disclose the use of more surveillance devices under this proposed law8 CommentsmWo12+203
2012 Jul 10 This is real. This is what you sign up for if you make an account on abc.com12 Commentsajpos+202
2013 Jul 15 Yahoo's Fight for its Users in Secret Court Earns the Company Special Recognition in "Who Has Your Back" Survey -- "We hope Yahoo's star will serve as a beacon for all companies: fighting for your users' privacy is the right thing to do, even if you can't let them know"11 Commentsmepper+202
2013 Jun 14 How PRISM actually works: 15-20 AT&T fiber optic hubs have NSA-installed light splitters just upstream of major tech companies, copying ALL INTERNET DATA that passes through to those companies onto the NSA network.46 Commentsthisreddog+201
2015 Oct 11 White House Backs Down On Phone Encryption13 Commentsbraaak+201
2016 Jan 09 You say advertising, I say block that malware20 Commentsbased2+201
2016 Feb 08 Why You Should Be Concerned About The Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act10 Commentshugvo+201
2016 Nov 26 Bloomberg: "Lenders Now Peering at Phone Data"25 Commentsreinhardtmain+201
2014 Jun 20 The amendment to defund certain NSA domestic spying projects: here's how your representatives voted.24 CommentsTheyShootBeesAtYou+200
2014 Sep 23 A Deep Web Service Will Leak Your Documents If the Government Murders You30 CommentsblackVPN+200
2014 Oct 23 We are EFF, Creative Commons, Right to Research Coalition, Open Access Button, and Fundación Karisma, and We’re Here to Answer Your Questions About Open Access. AUA! (from /r/IAmA)4 Commentsdsfkjhsdf+200
2014 Nov 04 Today, a closely watched case over the NSA’s most controversial program heads to the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals, considered the second most powerful federal bench in the country.5 Commentsr_d_olivaw+200
2015 Mar 17 CIA Worked With DOJ To Re-Purpose Foreign Surveillance Airborne Cell Tower Spoofers For Domestic Use. The planes fly from five US cities and cover "most of the US population," Despite Prohibitions Against Spying Within US Borders.6 Commentstrai_dep+200
2015 Aug 21 SORRY | Spotify CEO apologizes for recent changes to privacy policy35 Commentspred+200
2016 Mar 26 Former NSA Head on iPhone Encryption Break: 'Bad Idea'9 CommentsmWo12+200
2016 Apr 18 Your phone number is all a hacker needs to read texts, listen to calls and track you71 CommentsRyydA+200
2016 Aug 08 Belgium fined Facebook about “tracking non-users – Philadelphia Technology Time16 CommentsmWo12+200
2013 Aug 01 NSA Director defends surveillance activities during tense Black Hat keynote -- "a tense confessional, an hour-long emotional and sometimes angry ride that shed some new insight into the spy agency’s two notorious data collection programs"57 Commentsmepper+199
2014 May 13 Glenn Greenwald: from Martin Luther King to Anonymous, the state targets dissenters not just "bad guys"7 Commentsleamas666+199
2014 Dec 04 How the NSA Hacks Cellphone Networks Worldwide16 Commentsyellowcakewalk+199
2015 Aug 21 Stop Windows 10 From Phoning Home By Blocking These Domains77 Comments_datjedi_+199
2015 Sep 18 Facebook’s Like Buttons Will Soon Track Your Web Browsing to Target Ads91 Commentsbraaak+199
2015 Oct 20 Let's Encrypt Is Trusted12 Commentskdayel+199
2016 Mar 05 Google as a Fortune Teller: The Secrets of Surveillance Capitalism12 Commentstrai_dep+199
2016 May 15 Mozilla files legal challenge to find out how FBI cracked Tor Browser15 Commentspolymute+199
2013 Jun 10 Opt out of PRISM, the NSA’s global data surveillance program, using free and open source software.45 CommentsKuduIO+198
2013 Jun 15 Demonstrators March for Snowden in Hong Kong4 Commentsinmersion+198
2013 Jul 01 Snowden, in new statement, accuses Obama of using ‘old, bad tools of political aggression’3 Commentsinmersion+198
2013 Aug 18 NSA Revelations of Privacy Breaches 'the Tip of the Iceberg' -- Leading critics of NSA Ron Wyden and Mark Udall say 'public deserves to know more about violations of secret court orders'8 Commentsmepper+198
2013 Oct 24 Call yourself a 'hacker', forfeit 4th amendment rights49 Commentsdahveed311+198
2014 Feb 03 Hackers transform Angry Birds website into 'Spying Birds' following NSA claims4 Commentsmicjustin33+198
2014 Nov 06 EFF: VPNs will crumble Verizon's creepy supercookie stalkers19 CommentsblackVPN+198
2015 Dec 27out of date news Am I hacked? Oh, it's just Vodafone19 Commentspolymute+198
2016 Apr 15 1957 telephone call metadata used in a current court case - interesting how long it's kept.10 Commentsrmxz+198
2016 Dec 30 Feds Can Unlock Most Devices They Need To Get Into, FBI Admits33 CommentsAnonymousAurele+198
2017 Jan 04 Telecom Lobbyists Trying To Overturn New Privacy Rules, Eventually Gut Net Neutrality1 CommentsDEAF-LAMONT+198
2012 Sep 18 Undercover cops secretly use smartphones, face recognition to spy on crowds -- $7 billion National Public Safety Broadband Network will be deployed across the USA. The ACLU asked if it will become a 'tool for a domestic secret police?'20 Commentsr3b3lang3l+197
2013 Aug 20 Investigating Acts of Journalism Under 'Terrorism' Laws Is A Hallmark of Authoritarian Regimes6 Commentsappleflaxen+197
2013 Oct 15 NSA Director Alexander Admits He Lied about Phone Surveillance Stopping 54 Terror Plots9 Commentskismor+197
2013 Nov 29 Yet another country says Google's privacy policy isn't legal2 CommentsPrivacyDude+197
2014 Aug 02 After *months* of denials (and blackballing a local TV station), the Sacramento County Sheriff's Department finally admits using a Stingray device1 CommentsPepperoniBaron+197
2014 Nov 25 Most people have heard of Snowden, few have changed habits as a result58 CommentsblackVPN+197
2015 Feb 24 It's not just Samsung TVs — lots of other gadgets are spying on you -- Fusion31 CommentsG3rby123+197
2015 Dec 30 T.S.A. Moves Closer to Rejecting Some State Driver’s Licenses for Travel90 Commentsjonfla+197
2013 Oct 01 NSA Storing Internet Data, Social Networking Data, on Pretty Much Everybody: "This is getting silly. General Alexander just lied about this to Congress last week. The old NSA tactic of hiding behind a shell game of different code names is failing…they're just looking shiftier and shiftier."17 Commentsliefj+196
2014 Feb 21 Bye Bye, WhatsApp: Germans Switch To Threema For Privacy Reasons56 CommentsVik1ng+196
2014 Jun 19 Intelligence Agencies Say They're Too Big to Follow Regulations13 Commentsanutensil+196
2014 Sep 29 Tor executive director hints at Firefox integration15 Commentswonkadonk+196
2015 Dec 23 Revealed: How DOJ Gagged Google over Surveillance of WikiLeaks Volunteer - X/POST /technology0 Commentsfuzzyparasite+196
2016 Mar 19 UK Government Pushes Forward With Insane Snooper's Charter, Despite Widespread Concerns24 CommentsblackVPN+196
2015 Mar 22 Richard Stallman, leader of the GNU project, computer programmer, president of the Free Software Foundation, commenting on how he browses the internet:49 CommentsAIDS_Pizza+195
2015 Nov 24 Ban Encryption? It’s an Impossible Idea Whose Time Will Never Come14 CommentsmWo12+195
2015 Dec 02 The age of ‘pre-crime’ has arrived: LA's indecent proposal involving automated license plate readers25 Commentsshaunc+195
2016 Feb 01 U of California professors object to new system -- installed secretly -- to monitor emails and use of computer networks. University cites security needs and pledges to protect privacy.22 Commentsjms1225+195
2016 Jul 08 r/changelog posted an "update" on how to opt out of link tracking while browsing reddit. They misdirected. Here's how to really opt out:13 Commentsthiscoolhandluke+195
2016 Nov 13 Stallman on Uber18 Comments_D_I_S_T_R_E_S_S_+195
2012 Nov 29 **Breaking news** -- Senate committee votes to restore Fourth Amendment to digital communications6 CommentsShahid-Buttar+194
2013 Mar 20 Feds: No Warrant Needed to Track Your Car With a GPS Device | Threat Level26 Commentsantdude+194
2014 Mar 16 Mark Zuckerberg calls Obama about NSA spying (NSA servers posing as Facebook servers to infect target computers)46 Commentsrichardfoxton+194
2014 Jul 01 Paypal Freezes ProtonMail Campaign Funds Because They Lack Gov't Approval28 Commentsaneremite+194
2014 Aug 16 One of NSA’s Biggest Contractors Will Now Be Recording Your License Plate Numbers4 Commentsquantumcipher+194
2014 Sep 03 Microsoft’s e-mail privacy fight with US - US claims it has rightful access to data stored on servers anywhere in the world.27 Commentsi_ANAL+194
2015 Jan 02 Katie Moussouris on Twitter: "I really did have to decrypt my HD flying through CDG in France."89 Commentsnejc1976+194
2015 Jul 06 Windows 10 can share your Wi-Fi password with your Facebook friends55 Commentsmej0k3r+194
2015 Jul 09 XKeyscore Exposé Reaffirms the Need to Rid the Web of Tracking Cookies4 Commentspizzaiolo_+194
2015 Oct 01 Experian hack exposes 15 million people's personal information15 Commentssysrq_c+194
2016 Jun 01 Police are filing warrants for Android’s vast store of location data. Google's data is precise enough to place suspects at the scene of a crime.42 Commentsspeckz+194
2012 Aug 17 My school just put this out. Sounds a bullshit way to track Internet usage. Am I wrong?77 Commentsmariokart+193
2013 May 26 German Data Protection Commissioner calls the Xbox One "a monitoring device" and a "twisted nightmare"23 CommentsSuperConductiveRabbi+193
2013 Dec 27 NSA mass collection of phone data is legal, federal judge rules | Judge William Pauley noted the dragnet program was 'controversial but lawful' and dismissed lawsuit brought by ACLU32 Commentskulkke+193
2014 Mar 30 Surprise, Surprise: My Online Metadata Actually Reveals Where I’ve Been (In an Attempt to Simulate the NSA's Capability, Ars Tracks its Own Editor for 11 days)17 CommentsJDGumby+193
2014 May 15 Not Even the FCC Likes the FCC's Proposed Net Neutrality Rules4 Commentsrifewitherrors+193
2015 Aug 22 How do you counter the "I have nothing to hide?" argument?148 Commentsinterestedlinuxusah+193
2016 Nov 19 'Extreme surveillance' becomes UK law with barely a whimper13 Commentsbinarysneaker+193
2013 Apr 10 The IRS claims it can read your e-mail without a warrant39 Commentsnothingtolookat+192
2013 May 01 Don't trust Apple, Verizon with your data, says EFF's privacy report18 CommentsFoxTrotW+192
2013 Jul 28 Americans More Concerned About Civil Liberties than Terrorism for First Time Since 2004 (Pew)18 Commentsfreudian_nipple_slip+192
2013 Sep 11 DropBox is keeping 'permanently deleted' files for longer than the 30 day recovery limit.39 CommentsIsThisTheRealLife+192
2013 Oct 23 World Wide Web Inventor Calls for Protection of Whistleblowers "'If we have guards, we need to have guards that guard them. And the guards of the guards must be responsible to the public.' Such a system has yet to be set up, he said."2 CommentsLibertatea+192
2015 Jun 25 France, Up In Arms Over NSA Spying, Passes New Surveillance Law11 Commentsjohnmountain+192
2015 Jul 04 Fleet of Government Aircraft Flying Secret Missions over U.S. Cities. “Our nightmare scenario for drones: wide-area mass surveillance and location tracking of entire cities & towns.”11 Commentstrai_dep+192
2015 Oct 26 Revelations Show IRS Using Troubling Spy Gear: 'If the IRS is using it, it shows just how far these devices have spread,' says ACLU2 Commentsmaxwellhill+192
2016 Jan 14 Protecting the Choice to Speak Anonymously Is Key to Fighting Online Harassment9 Commentssabrinadestiny00+192
2016 Jan 19 UK Government responded to petition: abandon all ideas of trying to ban strong encryption.38 CommentsNathanJang+192
2016 Jul 19 WhatsApp, blocked in Brazil again for refusing to break cryptography (link in Portuguese)26 CommentsWWW-World-Wide-Web+192
2016 Dec 27 An Amazon Echo May Help Solve a Murder. That Should Worry Privacy Advocates.24 Commentsoneultralamewhiteboy+192
2017 Jan 16 US State Police Have Spent Millions on Israeli Phone Cracking Tech21 Commentsmsew59+192
2013 Aug 14 Hear Senator Obama trash National Security Letters and explain why they are unconstitutional -- Lavabit and the Calyx Institute on Democracy Now6 Commentsuserino+191
2015 Oct 08 Snowden leak shows UK government mass surveillance system targets Reddit20 Commentsgaryrbtsn+191
2016 Jan 16 Verizon allegedly aided cybercriminals by routing 4 million stolen IP addresses for them4 Commentsflaggwiz+191
2013 Aug 27 Boom Triggered By NSA: German Email Services Report Surge in Demand9 Commentssisko7+190
2013 Sep 13 Congress vs. NSA? "No amount of tinkering around the edges of a program in which the government...vacuums up the phone-call records of hundreds of millions of Americans...can make this Big-Brother-on-steroids program fit within...our constitutionally guaranteed civil liberties...."2 CommentsShahid-Buttar+190
2014 Feb 19 Ghostery detected 50 trackers on wikia.com, the most I have ever seen27 CommentsLeoPanthera+190
2014 Mar 27 ACLU wins settlement for sixth-grader's Facebook posting -- ACLU sued Minnewaska school after sixth-grader was forced to give up password10 Commentsmepper+190
2014 Apr 15 Gmail does scan all emails, new Google terms clarify | Technology25 CommentsgodlikeGadgetry+190
2014 Aug 26 City Of London Police Turn Down Torrentfreak's FOIA Request Because It Would Take Too Long To Fulfill13 CommentsblackVPN+190
2015 Sep 22 AVG can sell your browsing and search history to advertisers (Wired UK)11 Commentsavadhutsawant+190
2015 Oct 27 'Codifying' Government Surveillance, Senate Passes CISA: "If President Obama does not veto this bill, he'll be showing that his administration never truly cared about the open Internet," rights group says4 Commentsmaxwellhill+190
2016 Dec 21 Amazon Echo Privacy: Is Alexa listening to everything you say? - "Under the Fourth Amendment, if you have installed a device that's listening and is transmitting to a third party, then you've waived your privacy rights under the Electronic Communications Privacy Act."33 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+190
2012 Aug 03 FBI's facial recognition is expanding: They will "permit photo submissions independent of arrests," which suggests they want to be able to search and ID people in photos of crowds and in pictures posted online -- even if the people in those photos haven't been arrested or suspected of a crime50 Commentsmepper+189
2014 Jan 11 American Privacy is Vanishing as the Government & Corporations Raid Our Online Lives - And Big Brother is hardly the only bad actor in a world of vanishing privacy.5 Commentsanutensil+189
2014 Feb 25 Breaking Up the NSA12 Commentseberkut+189
2014 Aug 02 CIA Spying On The Senate Went Much Further Than Originally Reported17 CommentsblackVPN+189
2014 Dec 11 Congress Passes Bill Allowing Warrantless Forfeiture of Private Communications12 CommentsXSSpants+189
2015 Feb 27 Under U.S. Pressure, PayPal Nukes Mega For Encrypting Files48 CommentsErfahrungenCOM+189
2015 Apr 28 RSA 2015 survey: 48 percent believe NSA surveillance has increased5 CommentsCyber-Homie+189
2015 Jun 19 Microsoft's Wi-Fi Sense wants to download all your Facebook contacts just to share your WiFI passwords with your friends90 CommentsMadSpline+189
2015 Jun 26 French Justice Minister Says Snowden and Assange Could Be Offered Asylum18 Commentsrageplatypus+189
2015 Aug 11 Windows 10 automatically spies on your children and sends you a dossier of their activity - Boing Boing60 Commentspaxtana+189
2016 Jan 31 If You Go Near the Super Bowl, You Will Be Surveilled Hard | Wired28 CommentsQU35710NM04R+189
2016 May 03 Toronto gets its own free, decentralized, encrypted mesh network. "The protocol encrypts everything at a lower level in that stack... It derives an IP address from the encryption keys, and every IP packet gets encrypted with those keys". Raspberry Pi used in routers.18 Commentscoupdetaco+189
2012 Aug 08 Microsoft sticks to default Do Not Track settings in IE 10: Online advertisers and analytics companies were furious with Microsoft's decision to enable Do Not Track as a default in IE 10. Microsoft today announced it's sticking to its guns28 Commentsmepper+188
2012 Aug 25 How Privacy in America Went Virtually Extinct in Just a Decade: Unless we challenge the idea that we should concede our rights to protect our safety, it'll get even worse3 Commentsmaxwellhill+188
2013 Apr 25 FBI denied permission to spy on hacker through his webcam17 Commentsmeyamashi+188
2013 Jun 15 More than half of US senators skipped confidential briefing on NSA surveillance10 Commentsinmersion+188
2013 Aug 09 Hushmail is NOT a secure E-mail provider.34 CommentsLudger_Sylbaris+188
2013 Nov 06 The Effort to Stigmatize Privacy as Anti-American11 CommentsNewThoughtsForANewMe+188
2014 Aug 03 Feds’ Silk Road Investigation Broke Privacy Laws, Defendant Tells Court12 CommentsblackVPN+188
2014 Sep 04 Nigeria’s Orwellian Biometric ID Is Brought to You by MasterCard "Now imagine you're required to have it to vote. By 2019, that will be the case in Nigeria, where the government is running a large-scale pilot program with MasterCard, the U.S. credit card giant."23 CommentsLibertatea+188
2014 Dec 03 Another California Cop 'Shares' A Suspect's Intimate Photos With His Fellow Officers5 Commentsmaxwellhill+188
2014 Dec 11 Supreme Court of Canada: Cops can search your phone upon arrest35 Commentsmepper+188
2015 Jan 06 Browsing in privacy mode? Super Cookies can track you anyway -- "the cookies will be visible even if a user has switched to incognito browsing" and "the cookies can be read by websites from multiple domain names, not just the one that originally set the identifier"39 Commentsmepper+188
2015 Oct 27 WhatsApp laid bare: Info-sucking app's innards probed: Popular chat app collects and transmits data, warns paper19 Commentsmaxwellhill+188
2016 Mar 27 A Conversation on Privacy: Edward Snowden, Glenn Greenwald, & Noam Chomsky - March 25, 2016 (skip to 11:00 to avoid intros)19 Commentssenormoll+188
2016 Jun 12 Warning! 32 Million Twitter Passwords May Have Been Hacked and Leaked45 Commentsflaggwiz+188
2016 Sep 21 Don't Use Google Allo80 CommentsAngristan+188
2016 Sep 22 Yahoo is expected to confirm massive data breach, impacting hundreds of millions of users51 Commentspuysr17n+188
2016 Dec 31 Facebook is quietly buying information from data brokers about its users' offline lives2 CommentsPrestoVivace+188
2012 Sep 21 Law Enforcement Officials Freak Out About Possibility Of Having To Get Warrants To Read Your Email14 CommentsUlkeshNaranek+187
2014 Nov 26 Great Britain is gradually building a surveillance state in bite-sized chunks15 Commentsmjrharris+187
2015 Mar 26 Even if the FBI won't tell you how to keep your cell phone data safe, we still will5 Commentsstreetlite+187
2015 Apr 04 The lack of HTTPS at Amazon: identifying items purchased using information leakage24 Commentsjohnmountain+187
2015 May 14 EFF: The Time to Shut the NSA's Backdoors is Now—Not in Two Years0 CommentsblackVPN+187
2016 Feb 25 Apple Plans To Make iPhone And iCloud More Secure To Keep The Government Away29 Commentssabrinadestiny00+187
2014 Jan 29 How I lost my $50,000 Twitter username.10 Commentsmmofan+186
2014 Dec 21 Tribler "decentralized BitTorrent" software's crypto is completely broken17 Commentsyayfall+186
2015 Jul 18 Compliant UK Press Insist 'Thousands Of Lives At Risk' If Government Can't Spy On Citizens18 CommentsblackVPN+186
2016 Dec 06 Boston Police Social Media Monitoring Plan Endangers Us All11 CommentsevanFFTF+186
2012 Nov 21 Dear Homeland Security... A friend of mine posted his story of border control archiving and deleting his mail after returning from the US29 Commentssquirrelrampage+185
2012 Nov 26 Supreme Court blocks Illinois law prohibiting taping of police14 CommentsOsterstriker+185
2013 May 02 FBI current "top legislative priority" is to push private tech companies to comply more with wiretapping requests.6 CommentsUrsus_misanthropicus+185
2013 Oct 06 Am I being too paranoid by not charging my smartphone here? Or should I just take off my /r/privacy hat and relax.56 CommentsWHARGARBEEES+185
2014 Feb 19 The FBI Won't Talk About the Drones Everyone Knows It Has2 Commentsquantumcipher+185
2014 Apr 04 I summarised the 2014 TorrentFreak VPN survey into an easy-to-read table55 CommentsLeoPanthera+185
2014 Apr 23 Leaked documents reveal extreme Internet censorship plan in the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) - Internet users around the globe outraged3 Commentssalvia_d+185
2015 Mar 06 Privacy czar says federal anti-terrorism bill is 'clearly excessive'2 Commentsjimmyradola+185
2015 Mar 13 New Evidence Strengthens NSA Ties To "Equation Group" Malware0 Commentslapall+185
2015 May 01 CISA will allow the Pentagon to share American citizens' data with other foreign militaries as well as protect companies from lawsuits for oversharing information with the DHS (which in turn can share the data with other gov agencies, such as the NSA, in real-time)3 Commentsjohnmountain+185
2015 Aug 07 The Complete Guide to Switching From Google Search to DuckDuckGo48 CommentsblackVPN+185
2015 Oct 07 TPP copyright provision: Countries to adjust their laws to match US policy11 Commentsgalaxy_live+185
2016 Apr 29 Former Tor Developer Created Malware for FBI to Unmask Tor Users5 CommentsSecuritySquirrel+185
2016 Oct 26 AT&T is making millions by selling your phone records to law enforcement0 Commentsreaderseven+185
2016 Dec 22 Encrypted messengers: Why Riot (and not Signal) is the future135 Commentsfantastic_comment+185
2017 Jan 02 ID codes printed on boarding passes, luggage tags for ~90% of flights let hackers access travelers' personal info, steal reservations, more6 Commentsspeckz+185
2013 Sep 27 Lawsuit alleging Gmail ads are “wiretapping” gets judge’s OK10 Commentsorbitalfox+184
2014 Jan 23 Half of Americans heard ‘nothing at all’ about the president’s NSA speech16 Commentskulkke+184
2015 May 31 Sen. Rand Paul EPIC Speech Against the PATRIOT Act - May 31, 201538 CommentsCandidates4Liberty+184
2016 Jan 08 Tor Browser 5.0.7 is released1 Commentseleitl+184
2016 Apr 28 /r/privacy hits 60K subscribers12 CommentsTrendingBot+184
2016 Jun 07 New Intelligence Bill Gives FBI More Secret Surveillance Power3 Commentsspeckz+184
2016 Oct 13 EFF: "Let's Encrypt" now appears to be the Internet's largest certificate authority10 Commentsmepper+184
2013 Apr 23 Video Shows Home Searches By Boston Police Were NOT Voluntary [X-post r/politics]33 Commentsbiffbagwell+183
2013 Sep 24 i'm PRISM breaking, and you should too39 Commentskierpe+183
2015 Mar 18 WE NEED TO ACT NOW by aggressively implementing strategies to frustrate the efforts of the NSA, GCHQ, FSB, etc to turn the world into a bunch of Orwellian spy states. Please add your ideas to this post.130 CommentsFascistBukakeInfidel+183
2015 Sep 12 Mozilla admitted today that its Bugzilla bug tracking system was breached by an attacker, who was then able to get access to information about unpatched zero-day bugs.35 CommentsSybles+183
2015 Oct 07 X-Files revival inspired by surveillance revelations, says show's creator7 Commentsstatelessnfaithless+183
2012 Sep 17 US data whistleblower: 'It's a violation of everybody's constitutional rights'. Former National Security Agency official Bill Binney says US is illegally collecting huge amounts of data on his fellow citizens 6 CommentsEquanimousMind+182
2012 Dec 19 Senate Wants To Sneak Warrantless Spying Bill Extension Into Law Without Debate; Let’s Call Them and Tell Them No3 CommentsEquanimousMind+182
2013 Apr 03 Are You A Teenager Who Reads News Online? According to the Justice Department, You May Be a Criminal16 Commentswhitefangs+182
2013 May 04 You'll protect your privacy while looking conscientious, detail-oriented, and morally upright.51 CommentsSkrelbur+182
2013 Jul 09 Snowden honored by ex-Intel officers0 Commentsmeyamashi+182
2013 Nov 30 Open Source is the Greatest Hope for Privacy.14 Commentsprivtech+182
2015 Apr 20 Zuckerberg says Internet.org is not anti-net neutrality... but it is11 Commentscyberogism+182
2015 Oct 18 UK Politicians To Hold 'Emergency Debate' After Spy Tribunal Says GCHQ Is Permitted To Put Them Under Surveillance10 CommentsTheLantean+182
2016 Feb 14 Support U.S. bill aimed at preventing decryption requirements at a state level!4 Commentsshortbusoneohone+182
2012 Aug 10 Stratfor emails reveal secret, widespread TrapWire surveillance system4 CommentsJeffreyRodriguez+181
2014 May 19 Harvard and MIT Students Launch ‘NSA-Proof’ Email Service | Betabeat31 Commentsbeauseph+181
2015 Oct 10 (EFF) The Final Leaked TPP Text is All That We Feared (Summary and comment on IP-part of TPP)0 CommentsSpiceGirls4Life+181
2012 Jun 28 Cisco to record all web traffic & browsing history passed through Cisco routers with new firmware. Backdoor access built in to router. Downgrading firmware impossible.29 Commentsglados_v2+180
2013 Apr 17Political CISPA Goes to The Floor for a Vote, Privacy Amendments Blocked -- "In all, 42 amendments were submitted to CISPA - the majority of which dealt with privacy and civil liberties problems with the bill. Only 12 were allowed to go to the floor for a full vote."7 Commentsmepper+180
2014 Apr 27 Mathematician Spies - "For the past 10 months, a major international scandal has engulfed some of the world's largest employers of mathematicians. These organizations stand accused of law-breaking on an industrial scale and are now the object of widespread outrage."7 Commentssalvia_d+180
2014 Jun 15 Canadian Supreme Court rules internet anonymity is key to privacy6 Commentsthegooddata+180
2015 Mar 13 'Privacy killer': Senate panel quitely passes CISA 'cybersecurity' bill amid fresh surveillance fears8 CommentsTheOneAndOnlyTainted+180
2015 Sep 10 Law enforcement fearmongering has given a New Hampshire library cold feet about running a Tor relay—even though the software helps support privacy and intellectual freedom. Let the library board know there's public support behind this important privacy-enhancing project.7 CommentsProGamerGov+180
2016 Dec 30 Firefox 52 Borrows One More Privacy Feature from the Tor Browser20 Commentsema645+180
2012 Sep 24 Government Spies Illegally Bugged Kim Dotcom, Prime Minister Admits 2 CommentsKAPT_Kipper+179
2012 Oct 10 German Gov't Inadvertently Reveals Police Monitor Gmail, Skype, Facebook & Use Snooping Malware5 CommentsUlkeshNaranek+179
2013 Feb 24 Firefox 22 will block third-party cookies by default: "Only websites that you actually visit can use cookies to track you"11 Commentsmepper+179
2013 Apr 09 The NZ agency that spied on Kim Dotcom may have operated illegally in cases involving 80 people5 Commentscojoco+179
2013 Apr 22 Japanese police ask ISPs to start blocking Tor [X-post from /r/netsec]6 CommentsDataPhreak+179
2013 Nov 16 Google Plans to Pair Your Google+ Pic With Phone Number72 Commentsantdude+179
2014 May 30Unreliable Source Truecrypt Developers heard from: think fork is harmful, simply discontinuing development106 Commentsbroaderscientific+179
2014 Aug 23 Microsoft ordered to hand over overseas email, throwing EU privacy rights in the fire29 Commentswonkadonk+179
2015 Sep 27 Karma Police: All you do online illegally tracked by UK spy agency28 Commentssaldejums+179
2015 Dec 14 Twitter warns users they may have been hacked by 'state-sponsored actors'. Social media company emails more than 20 users, warning them they may have been targeted by hackers ‘possibly associated with a government’.5 Commentstrai_dep+179
2013 Aug 30 Remember EPIC's petition to the NSA demanding a public comment period on domestic surveillance? Today, they responded. EPIC is now considering legal action. Stay tuned...8 CommentsEPICprivacy+178
2014 Mar 28 Huawei on NSA: If foreign spies attacked a US firm, there’d be “outrage”12 CommentsBeeblebroxZa+178
2014 Aug 04Repost Silk Road case broke privacy laws, says defendant - In a pre-trial motion, Ulbricht’s lawyers laid out a series of arguments to dismiss all charges in the case based on Ulbricht’s fourth amendment protections4 Commentsanutensil+178
2016 Mar 26 Glenn Greenwald: U.S. Government Wants Ability to Access the Communications of Everyone, Everywhere3 CommentsmWo12+178
2016 Apr 18 Hacking Your Phone - CBS News 60 Minutes - They were able to do it by exploiting a security flaw they discovered in Signaling System Seven -- or SS7. It is a little-known, but vital global network that connects phone carriers.23 Commentswewewawa+178
2016 Sep 07 The Internet Thinks I'm Still Pregnant53 Commentsourari+178
2013 Apr 02 New California "Right to Know" Act Would Let Consumers Find Out Who Has Their Personal Data -- And Get a Copy of It10 CommentsUlkeshNaranek+177
2013 May 08 DOJ: We don't need warrants for e-mail, Facebook chats12 CommentsCrankyBear+177
2013 Aug 22 Mark Zuckerberg is the antithesis to privacy.26 CommentsBigJohnDoe+177
2014 Jun 24 FOIA Request On Effectiveness Of License Plate Readers Greeted With A Blank Stare By Virginia Police Department | Techdirt8 Commentsbroaderscientific+177
2014 Jul 03 NSA permanently targets the privacy-conscious: Merely searching the web for the privacy-enhancing software tools outlined in the XKeyscore rules causes the NSA to mark and track the IP address of the person doing the search.25 Commentstrai_dep+177
2014 Dec 09 Illinois General Assembly passes bill to ban citizens from recording police12 Commentsbenkitty+177
2015 Apr 25 Declassified Report Shows Doubts About Value of N.S.A.’s Warrantless Spying4 Commentsjohnmountain+177
2015 Oct 18 How NSA successfully Broke Trillions of Encrypted Connections7 CommentsAmericanDerp+177
2015 Nov 17 Encryption Is Being Scapegoated To Mask The Failures Of Mass Surveillance4 Commentswhiskyonerock+177
2012 Oct 27 Dear Google and Microsoft - YES, password and secret question is plenty, you dont need my phone number and location, so please kindly bugger off.62 CommentsShuuny+176
2013 Sep 24 NSA Apologist Says The NSA's Actions Are Fine Because 'Privacy Is Dead'9 Commentsdavidreiss666+176
2013 Dec 09 NSA surveillance: tech companies demand sweeping changes to US laws19 Commentsfutrawo+176
2013 Dec 24 Edward Snowden, after months of NSA revelations, says his mission’s accomplished10 Commentskulkke+176
2013 Dec 31 NSA spied on inexplicably unencrypted Windows crash reports -- it shows what hardware you have and what software doesn't work12 Commentsmaxwellhill+176
2014 Oct 24 Electronic Frontier Foundation Relaunches Surveillance Self-Defense (Crosspost from /r/nsa)2 Commentselectronics-engineer+176
2015 Jun 21 Louisiana governor vetoes license plate reader bill, citing privacy concerns4 Commentspopepeterjames+176
2016 Jan 14 Germany's highest court rules Facebook 'friend finder' is unlawful. "Germany’s highest court has declared unlawful a feature that encourages Facebook users to market the social media network to their contacts, confirming the rulings of two lower courts."4 CommentsNighthawkFencer+176
2016 Feb 03 Secret US flight flew over Scottish airspace 'to capture Snowden’39 Commentsciderpunx+176
2016 Apr 07Software Signal Desktop beta now publicly available85 Commentspxck+176
2016 Jun 10 Tesla cars continually record and transmit telemetry including driver actions over the Internet. The company may choose to give details to the media20 Commentsits_never_lupus+176
2017 Jan 11 New Windows 10 Privacy Controls: Just a Little Snooping – or the Max86 CommentsJDGumby+176
2013 Dec 29 Shopping for Spy Gear: Catalog Advertises NSA Toolbox | After years of speculation that electronics can be accessed by intelligence agencies through a back door, an internal NSA catalog reveals that such methods already exist for numerous end-user devices.2 Commentskulkke+175
2015 Jan 05 Gogo Inflight Internet is intentionally issuing fake SSL certificates19 Commentsstevenjohns+175
2015 Apr 10 Facebook admits it tracks non-users, but denies claims it breaches EU privacy law7 Comments500500+175
2015 Oct 14 There's No DRM in JPEG—Let's Keep It That Way17 CommentsRaiz1337+175
2015 Dec 11 FBI Admits To Using Zero Day Exploits To Hack Into Computers | Techdirt10 Commentsthinkforaminute+175
2016 Feb 23 Linux Mint hack: 71,000 user accounts stolen and malware planted using Tsunami backdoor45 CommentsmWo12+175
2016 Dec 22 Government requests for Facebook user data up 27% in first half of 201610 CommentsDistributedFutures+175
2017 Jan 14 More than 1M signatures delivered to President Obama by the Pardon Snowden campaign10 Commentsjosh11ch+175
2013 Apr 13 U.S. Redditors, please petition the White House to repeal CISPA20 Commentsverandaguy+174
2013 May 09 The FBI Is Winning the Fight to Invade Your Online Privacy4 CommentsUlkeshNaranek+174
2013 Jun 04 In a landmark report, the United Nations has broken its long-held silence about the threat that State surveillance poses to the enjoyment of the right to privacy6 Commentskrattr+174
2013 Jun 09 Pardon Edward Snowden | We the People: Your Voice in Our Government18 CommentsSomeKindOfMutant+174
2014 Jun 10 To Stop Dragnet Surveillance, Make It Cost $10,000 Per Person, Per Day60 CommentsJollyRoberts+174
2015 Jan 07 Apple recently patented technology that will allow the authorities and police to disable data transmission on iPhones, including video and photos, whenever they like.93 CommentsdatJedi+174
2015 May 09 Arizona town mounts dozens of new license plate readers in fake cactuses: Town manager tells local TV station that they're just meant to look nice17 Commentsmaxwellhill+174
2015 May 10 EFF Case Analysis of ACLU v. Clapper: Appeals Court Rules NSA Phone Records Dragnet is Illegal1 CommentsTheLantean+174
2015 Nov 18 Signs point to Paris attackers using unencrypted communications, contrary to previous claims by the US that encryption and Snowden were to blame4 Commentsamity+174
2016 May 30 What privacy/security tips do you recommend that people actually end up following?117 Commentsshoonmcgregor+174
2012 Sep 05CodeRed Apple has patented a technology which allows government and police to block transmission of data, including video and photographs, from any public gathering or venue they deem “sensitive”.31 Commentsrogerology+173
2013 Feb 11 Homeland Security: Not Searching Your Laptop Doesn't Benefit Your Civil Liberties, So We Can Do It22 CommentsUlkeshNaranek+173
2013 Jun 25Political Senators tell NSA: Your fact sheet isn't factual. Can't you tell us the truth for once?6 Commentsmeyamashi+173
2013 Jul 08 Statements from Bradley Manning's trial shows that US government uses the PGP web of trust to map associations39 Comments940871+173
2013 Oct 24 NSA monitored calls of 35 world leaders after US official handed over contacts6 Commentsfutrawo+173
2014 Apr 02 Google tells Supreme Court it’s legal to packet sniff open Wi-Fi networks | Ars Technica95 Commentsspeckz+173
2014 Apr 19 "Insane" UK goverment plans to sell off taxpayers' financial data16 Commentsjabr0+173
2014 May 19 Data Pirates of the Caribbean: The NSA Is Recording Every Cell Phone Call in the Bahamas - The Intercept15 Commentsattorneyatloblaw+173
2014 Sep 26 FBI Director Angry At Homebuilders For Putting Up Walls That Hide Any Crimes Therein14 Commentswonkadonk+173
2015 Feb 22 The Lenovo Superfish adware debacle is worse than you think28 Commentsjonfla+173
2015 Apr 07 Court mulls revealing secret government plan to cut cell phone service. Feds: SOP 303 mobile-phone kill-switch policy would endanger public if disclosed.15 Commentstrai_dep+173
2016 Jan 09 Jerry Gamblin on Twitter "My tires have RFID tags, yours probably do also47 Commentsruskeeblue+173
2012 Sep 06 Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales attacks government's 'snooper's charter' - says his website would encrypt all connections with Britain5 CommentsEuroRaver1+172
2013 Jun 09 NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden: 'I do not expect to see home again'3 CommentsMrFairladyz+172
2013 Aug 20 Administration Keeps Chipping Away At The Fourth Amendment; Asks Supreme Court To Allow Warrantless Cell Phone Searches2 Commentsfruitygerbils+172
2013 Oct 18 Google's stock jumped more than $114, or 10%, to $1,003 in early trading as the Internet company showed again late Thursday just how lucrative its business of collecting and selling consumers' personal data to the highest bidder has become.30 CommentsNacho_Papi+172
2013 Oct 28 In major policy shift, warrantless wiretap to be used for first time by U.S. as evidence in court, setting up potential Supreme Court challenge11 Commentsmeyamashi+172
2014 Dec 12 Verizon's New Encrypted Calling App Comes Pre-Hacked for the NSA21 Commentstreerat+172
2015 Jun 16 Ah, the irony of David Cameron invoking the memory of Magna Carta while dismantling our right to privacy4 Commentsmjrharris+172
2015 Aug 01 Privacy Activists Aren't Happy with Windows 1051 CommentsCapnTrip+172
2015 Sep 20 In the 1st half of 2015, the healthcare industry had 34 percent of its total records breached, amounting to 84 million data records compromised, the highest rate of any industry. Government accounted for the second highest rate of breaches at 77.2 million records lost, or 31.4 percent9 Commentscoupdetaco+172
2015 Nov 26 Glenn Greenwald: Why the CIA is smearing Edward Snowden after the Paris attacks3 CommentsmWo12+172
2016 Oct 11 Signal now has support for disappearing messages (self-destructing)38 CommentsDurableNapkin+172
2016 Oct 29 Trump’s plan for a comeback includes building a ‘psychographic’ profile of every voter | "The firm says it can predict how most people will vote by using up to 5,000 pieces of data about every American adult"49 Commentsourari+172
2014 Apr 20 The Original NSA Whistleblower: "'Where I see it going is toward a totalitarian state,' William Binney says of the National Security Agency (NSA)...'You've got the NSA doing all this collecting of material on all of its citizens-that's what the SS, the Gestapo, the Stasi, the KGB, and the NKVD did'"5 Commentstrot-trot+171
2014 May 17 WikiLeaks: 80 companies cooperating with the NSA; Microsoft, Intel, IBM and more13 Commentsquantumcipher+171
2014 Oct 14 Why Your Privacy Matters, Even If You're Not "Doing Anything Wrong"7 Commentsstatelessnfaithless+171
2015 Jan 27 UK "Snoopers Charter" defeated... for now.5 CommentsInappropriateSurname+171
2014 Apr 25 Surprise, surprise: Corporations & our govt. are using smart meters (and much more) to spy on us13 Commentsquantumcipher+170
2014 Sep 16 WikiLeaks releases previously unseen copies of weaponised German surveillance malware used by intelligence agencies around the world to spy on journalists, political dissidents and others.1 CommentsBeeblebroxZa+170
2016 Mar 01 CIA And NSA Directors Blame The Media For Terrorists Using Encryption16 CommentsmWo12+170
2012 Nov 02 Facebook turns off automatic facial recognition feature for all European users in victory for privacy campaigners 10 Commentssalvia_d+169
2013 Aug 23 Just Delete Me | A directory on how to truly delete your online accounts15 Commentsmacman156+169
2013 Nov 27 NSA 'planned to discredit radicals over web-porn use'20 CommentsNewThoughtsForANewMe+169
2013 Dec 26 Stanford researcher proves NSA can probably identify individuals from phone records despite the NSA claiming that they only collect phone records of millions of Americans, safely omitting their actual names from analysis4 Commentsmaxwellhill+169
2014 Aug 07 Yahoo to begin offering PGP encryption support in Yahoo Mail service33 Commentsalkodelareto+169
2014 Aug 22Repost GNU hackers discover HACIENDA government surveillance and give us a way to fight back9 Commentsotakugrey+169
2015 Feb 21 Lenovo publishes source code to SuperFish removal tool5 Comments49574309709709543790+169
2015 Jul 20 Ashley Madison infidelity site's customer data stolen51 Commentsdwdukc+169
2016 Mar 11 Obama: "If [the government] can't get in, then everyone is walking around with a Swiss bank account in their pocket"39 Commentsmichaelmalak+169
2016 Jun 11 "Why is everyone covering up their laptop cameras?"64 Commentsantdude+169
2016 Aug 13 Volkswagen Created A 'Backdoor' To Basically All Its Cars... And Now Hackers Can Open All Of Them | Techdirt9 CommentsmWo12+169
2012 Aug 26 LEAKED! TPP: the Son of ACTA will oblige America and other countries to throw out privacy, free speech and due process for easier copyright enforcement - Boing Boing7 Commentsyahoo_bot+168
2012 Sep 26 I was about to update my Facebook Messenger when I stopped to read the terms and conditions. How is this breach of privacy legal?43 Commentsetre-est-savoir+168
2012 Oct 02 Under the Obama administration, there has been a 60 percent increase in warrantless electronic surveillance by the Department of Justice, according to a report Thursday by the ACLU.42 Commentsmark_bz+168
2013 May 06 U.S. Aims to Force Web Services to Compromise Message Encryption: Frustrated that email and social network users can encrypt their messages, law-enforcement agencies want the feds to enact punitive measures to force cooperation.13 Commentsnothingtolookat+168
2013 May 24 The Government Wants A Backdoor Into Your Online Communications26 Commentstony121+168
2013 Jun 11 Lawsuit filed over NSA phone spying program - Computerworld2 Commentsspeckz+168
2013 Jun 14 The Sickening Snowden Backlash "It's appalling to hear the Washington bureaucrats and their media allies trash Edward Snowden as a traitor, when it's our leaders and the NSA who have betrayed us," writes Kirsten Powers6 CommentsJawnSchirring+168
2013 Sep 20 The importance of anonymity summed up in simple words by the folks at The Economist7 CommentsZissou7+168
2013 Dec 30 PAPER: NSA intercepts computer deliveries7 Commentsmmofan+168
2014 Sep 07 Intel chips to be equipped with listening devices .49 Commentsmadmacgyver+168
2016 Jul 22 Pokémon Go Maker Niantic Labs Faces Privacy Lawsuit Threat in Germany12 Commentsantdude+168
2014 Feb 24 An American citizen living in Maryland sued the Ethiopian government today for infecting his computer with secret spyware, wiretapping his private Skype calls, and monitoring his entire family's every use of the computer for a period of months.10 CommentsMichael-Ryan+167
2014 Oct 21 FBI director says Apple and Google obstruct "justice" with mobile encryption by default37 Commentsjzorabedian+167
2014 Nov 24 Canadians growing concerned over Internet privacy, poll shows10 Commentscalabogieman+167
2015 Sep 09 Microsoft case: DoJ says it can demand every email from any US-based provider36 CommentsFigaro2020+167
2015 Oct 14 Hillary Clinton falsely claimed Edward Snowden had whistleblower protections11 CommentsPepperoniBaron+167
2016 Nov 02 Facebook blocks UK insurer from profiling users for discounts17 Commentsbinarysneaker+167
2017 Jan 01 Access to internet, phone and email history tracked by Australia's mandatory data retention scheme to be expanded20 Comments_______kim+167
2012 Jun 15 Does the Government Think It Can Read Our Mail Without a Warrant Just Because It’s Electronic? ACLU files lawsuit for info about the circumstances in which it accesses the contents of Americans’ private electronic comms without obtaining a warrant based upon probable cause7 Commentsmaxwellhill+166
2012 Aug 15 Government faces new warrantless surveillance battle after losing landmark GPS tracking case: They are now trying to fight for warrantless cell phone tracking; the EFF is against this, saying the gov't should get a warrant based on probable cause that's approved by a judge0 Commentsmepper+166
2012 Oct 08 The US Government Today Has More Data On The Average American Than The Stasi Did On East Germans 22 CommentsEuroRaver1+166
2013 Jul 03 USS Jimmy Carter taps transoceanic fibre optic cables.11 CommentsYankee14+166
2013 Dec 27 Obama's NSA Phone Spying Reforms Might Make Things Worse11 Commentspeter_tonoli+166
2014 Mar 05 A vast hidden surveillance network runs across America, powered by the repo industry21 Commentspeter_tonoli+166
2015 Mar 08 Supreme Court: Police retention of data on peaceful protester breaches privacy rights, but is 'justified'2 Commentsquantumcipher+166
2015 Apr 02 Bill would stop feds from mandating 'backdoor' to data - "The problem," Massie said, "is that If we put in backdoors for the convenience of the government, those backdoors can be exploited by hackers as well."4 Commentsdelapatriot+166
2015 Oct 06 Europe's highest court just rejected the 'safe harbor' agreement used by American tech companies8 Commentsronald20155+166
2015 Nov 05 The surveillance bill is as big a threat to state security as to personal liberty0 Commentsacrediblesauce+166
2016 Apr 18 Chrome extensions will soon have to tell you what data they collect11 CommentsRK416+166
2016 Jul 12 The FBI has collected 430,000 iris scans in a so-called 'pilot program'13 Commentsspeckz+166
2012 Dec 10 Public Buses Across Country Quietly Adding Microphones to Record Passenger Conversations | Threat Level | Wired.com20 CommentsInakamon+165
2013 Jul 18 FEMA hacked: Anonymous hacks US server in defense of Snowden and government transparency20 Commentsinmersion+165
2013 Aug 04 It's time Google came to grips with how it enables the surveillance state33 Commentsmeyamashi+165
2013 Aug 10 What kind of bullshit is this?54 CommentsKmlkmljkl+165
2014 Jan 03 Why isn't data-mining an illegal activity in America? Why is the sale of our information information allowed to continue?53 Comments-SnooSnoo-+165
2014 Mar 23 Microsoft defends its right to read your email55 Commentspeter_tonoli+165
2014 Apr 26 Are You Ready for a Driver’s License for the Internet?21 Commentsyahoo_bot+165
2014 May 10 Hey, does your Smart TV have a mic? Enjoy your surveillance, bro35 Commentsfabnup+165
2014 Aug 02 Facebook hit with international class action privacy suit18 Commentsantdude+165
2014 Aug 10 Gmail now Makes Phone Numbers Mandatory for New Accounts43 CommentsblackVPN+165
2015 Jul 03 Kuwait Just Made DNA Tests Mandatory For All Residents16 Commentsamprvector+165
2015 Dec 22 Cock.li e-mail server seized by German authorities (or why it doesn't matter which country your e-mail service is hosted)36 Commentsdisturbio+165
2016 Feb 07 Desktops Urgently Need a More Secure Chat Program92 Commentsnachoig+165
2016 Jul 07Old News NSA classifies Linux Journal readers, Tor and Tails Linux users as "extremists"13 Commentsvvelox+165
2016 Dec 30 Chinese Hackers Charged with Breaching U.S. Law Firms, Trading on Stolen Information19 CommentsVincentLaurent+165
2013 May 25 Eric Schmidt interview: 'You have to fight for your privacy or you will lose it'15 CommentsDataDomino+164
2013 Jul 16 List of Printers Which Do or Do Not Display Tracking Dots7 CommentsIriestx+164
2014 Jan 02 Dell's Twitter Account Apologizes For The 'Inconvenience' Of Helping NSA Install Spyware21 Commentsfabnup+164
2014 Jun 21 House votes 293-123 to cut funding for NSA spying on Americans21 Commentsantdude+164
2014 Oct 17 Whisper CTO says tracking “anonymous” users not a big deal, really | Ars Technica14 CommentsColonel-Collins+164
2014 Nov 06 Feds Use Browser Fingerprinting in Criminal Complaint Against Silk Road 2.0 Operator46 CommentsZahoo+164
2015 Dec 01 Your Printer Is Spying On You!31 Commentszxxx+164
2016 Apr 07 San Bernardino iPhone hack won’t work on newer models, says FBI45 CommentsRyydA+164
2016 Dec 15 San Francisco Passes Ordinance to Protect ISP Competition: New Law Will Help Preserve Net Neutrality and Privacy at the Local Level2 CommentsmWo12+164
2016 Dec 16 Evernote will no longer change its privacy policy in January - Evernote's CEO admitted they screwed up.22 CommentsCapnTrip+164
2013 Oct 05 NSA tracks Google ads to find Tor users26 Commentssnowdenhero+163
2014 Apr 24 Brazil passes an internet bill of rights enshrining net neutrality and privacy2 Commentsmolly-grant+163
2014 Dec 25 EFF: Web Encryption Gets Stronger and More Widespread: 2014 in Review8 CommentsTheLantean+163
2016 Jan 28 Tor Browser 5.5 is released16 Commentsflaggwiz+163
2016 Feb 15 Government Asks Judge to Toss NSA Surveillance Lawsuits9 CommentsDonManuel+163
2013 May 10 US government is now the biggest buyer of malware: "has left...average citizens vulnerable, because it relies on the government collecting and exploiting critical vulnerabilities that have not been revealed to software vendors or the public"6 Commentsliefj+162
2013 Jun 06 NSA has direct access to internet giants' systems to mine user data, secret files reveal1 CommentsJawnSchirring+162
2014 Oct 08 Sir Tim Berners-Lee speaks out on data ownership: The inventor of the web says data must be owned by its subject, rather than corporations, advertisers, and analysts4 CommentsLibertatea+162
2014 Dec 30 NSA has VPNs in Vulcan death grip—no, really, that’s what they call it | Ars Technica12 Commentsspeckz+162
2013 Feb 19 Facebook using scareware tactics to push people to download the McAffee anti-virus31 Commentswhitefangs+161
2014 Jan 31 Confessions of an Ex-TSA Agent16 Commentsthrustfault+161
2014 Jun 14 SSL certificates at $2700 didn't fit into +$50 Billion VA budget. Wouldn't be the first time VA was responsible for poor information security leading to identity theft.41 Commentscoupdetaco+161
2016 Feb 24 Asus lawsuit puts entire industry on notice over shoddy router security - FTC takes aim at insecurity that's rampant in the "Internet-of-things" industry.28 Commentsanutensil+161
2016 Dec 27 Police seek Amazon Echo data in murder case25 Commentso0o+161
2012 Aug 07 Facebook - even if you have never joined, they gather intel on you34 Commentssiberia77+160
2012 Nov 30 FBI uses Facebook "likes", infiltrates Skype to build terrorism case11 Commentsgaryrbtsn+160
2013 Apr 07 Suddenly, NYPD Doesn’t Love Surveillance Anymore3 Commentsr3b3lang3l+160
2013 Jun 06 Impeach federal judge Roger Vinson for authorizing warrantless NSA surveillance of millions of Americans' phone records.3 Commentswhitefangs+160
2014 Jan 22 Protesters: Google employees "building an unconscionable world of surveillance and control"17 Commentsstwak+160
2014 Feb 15 "NSA Surveillance and What to Do About It" - Bruce Schneier's talk at MIT1 Commentspenguinland+160
2014 Apr 03 U.S. Pushes Canada To Loosen Privacy Laws19 Commentstrilbey+160
2015 Jan 07 New report demonstrates damaging impact of surveillance on free expression9 CommentsblackVPN+160
2015 Jan 18 With Snowden in the background, privacy takes a back seat to security8 Commentsjimmyradola+160
2015 Sep 24 Fifth Amendment protects passcode on smartphones, court holds11 Commentshanger_s+160
2017 Jan 21 Already on probation, Symantec issues more illegit HTTPS certificates -- At least 108 Symantec certificates threatened the integrity of the encrypted Web3 Commentsmepper+160
2013 Feb 27 The Copyright Propaganda Machine Gets a New Agent: Your ISP13 Commentstarkay+159
2014 Mar 17 Snowden Leaks: NSA Posed as Facebook to infect computers with malware | HackRead - Latest Cyber Crime - Information Security6 CommentsRenascienza+159
2014 Jun 06 I work in marketing - this is an example of all the creepy stuff Google knows about you63 CommentsImSofaKingWeToddit+159
2014 Jun 18 NSA Turned Germany Into Its Largest Listening Post in Europe - The Intercept6 Commentsspeckz+159
2014 Dec 29 NSA-Documents: Attacks on VPN, SSL, TLS, SSH, Tor21 Commentskoavf+159
2015 Mar 09 California court says cops need warrants to get phone location data3 Commentsblackomegax+159
2015 Jul 07 Declassified US military documents reveal personnel contacting Wikileaks and Julian Assange face execution for communicating with enemies of the state24 Commentsjohnmountain+159
2016 Dec 14 I want to value my privacy again but...90 Commentsdogerittoburitto+159
2012 Nov 04 US Government: You Don't Own Your Cloud Data So We Can Access It At Any Time - Slashdot32 Commentsllyando+158
2012 Nov 08 Voters boot three SOPA-sponsoring Hollywood allies from Congress | Ars Technica2 Commentslythander+158
2012 Dec 28 "TSA agent: 'We laugh at your nude images, dear passengers'"16 Commentsjspacecadet+158
2013 Mar 01 Do Not Track bill reintroduced, would prevent advertisers from tracking and selling your data7 Commentsjackham8+158
2013 May 09 Use These Secret NSA Google Search Tips to Become Your Own Spy Agency13 Commentsredcell5+158
2013 Jun 15 Why Tor (and encryption) are not enough. Real privacy requires counterintelligence.40 Commentsthegrugq+158
2013 Dec 30 "[T]he Supreme Court could not have contemplated how revealing phone records would be, or what a phone might become, when it issued its decision in 1979. That case needs to be re-examined."8 CommentsShahid-Buttar+158
2014 Aug 05 Visit the Wrong Website, & the FBI Could End Up in Your Computer20 Commentsanutensil+158
2014 Nov 30 AT&T's insightful response to a letter I sent them concerning their HTTP supercookie test.75 Commentsunnecessarily+158
2014 Dec 19 Possible upcoming attempts to disable the Tor network19 Commentsmuchrandom+158
2015 Feb 23 NSA Joins FBI in Fight Against Total Encryption6 Commentssamueledwardsknight+158
2015 Oct 01 Microsoft 'Addresses' Windows 10 Privacy Concerns By Simply Not Mentioning Most Of Them18 CommentsblackVPN+158
2016 Apr 25 Spy Chief Complains That Edward Snowden Sped Up Spread of Encryption By 7 Years8 Commentstreerat+158
2012 Dec 14 Vast New Spying Program: The little-known National Counterterrorism Center is now allowed to examine the government files of US citizens for possible criminal behavior, even if there is no reason to suspect them. The agency has new authority to keep data about innocent US citizens for up to 5 years.7 Commentsmepper+157
2013 Jul 14 Duck Duck Go: Illusion of Privacy68 Commentsliefj+157
2014 Apr 18 The Untouchables: You Can’t Sue General Mills if You “Like” Their Products on Facebook17 Commentssimplesammm+157
2014 Oct 13 FBI director: iPhones shields pedophiles from cops -- Apple's new privacy features protect kidnappers, pedophiles and terrorists, according to FBI director James Comey40 Commentsmepper+157
2015 Jul 02 Feds may sue Utah over law aimed at protecting prescription drug records - DEA says Utah officials are obstructing investigations; state says feds have no right to trample privacy protections.9 Commentsjohnmountain+157
2015 Aug 03 Global spy system ECHELON confirmed at last – by leaked Snowden files3 Commentseberkut+157
2016 Jul 06 UK Police Accessed Civilian Data For Fun and Profit, Says Report15 CommentsblackVPN+157
2013 Jun 06 NSA Whistleblowers: "All U.S. Citizens" Targeted by Surveillance Program, Not Just Verizon Customers4 Commentssalvia_d+156
2014 Nov 01 British Telecom has GCHQ backdoors in all of its modem/routers7 Commentswonkadonk+156
2015 Jul 15 Chatting in Secret While We're All Being Watched21 CommentsDownUnderCrew+156
2015 Dec 23 You need Tor, and Tor is asking for your support12 Commentsnikoma+156
2016 Feb 05 facebook blocks encryption service crypter65 Commentsweedmanuk+156
2013 Jun 06 NY Times Editorial Board: "The administration has now lost all credibility. Mr. Obama is proving the truism that the executive will use any power it is given and very likely abuse it"8 Commentswhitefangs+155
2013 Oct 21 Spying then and now - Eben Moglen7 CommentsFutureSnowden+155
2014 Jul 25 Russia offers over $100,000 to de-anonymize Tor22 CommentsicyDRFT+155
2015 Jan 04 Okay, seriously. GnuPG has one underfunded guy keeping it going. We need to do something.25 Commentsgpennell+155
2015 Jan 06 With Power of Social Media Growing, Police Now Monitoring and Criminalizing Online Speech26 CommentsblackVPN+155
2015 Dec 10 France will not ban Wi-Fi or Tor, prime minister says4 CommentsProGamerGov+155
2016 Jan 06 Why privacy is important, and having "nothing to hide" is irrelevant10 Comments678+155
2012 Sep 25 19 Signs That America Is Being Systematically Transformed Into A Giant Surveillance Grid16 Commentsstpauliegirl+154
2013 Oct 17 Keith Alexander, the director of the U.S. National Security Agency and his deputy are expected to depart in the coming months.10 Commentswggoodness+154
2014 Feb 18 Our Sinister Dual State: "No one who lives under constant surveillance, who is subject to detention anywhere at any time, whose conversations, messages, meetings, proclivities and habits are recorded, stored and analyzed, can be described as free"3 Commentsquantumcipher+154
2015 Feb 13 [coreboot] Broadwell Thinkpads will lock out any 3rd party BIOS replacements, making it impossible to strip out backdoors such as Intel ME or AMT.30 Commentsblackomegax+154
2015 Mar 15 "NSA targets users of Backtrack Linux and Tails." Do headlines which sound like this make you hesitant to download a copy?115 CommentsSwipeYoEBT+154
2015 Mar 24 We know where you’ve been: Ars acquires 4.6M license plate scans from the cops7 CommentsLibertatea+154
2015 Oct 02 Experian has been spending millions lobbying Congress to pass CISA, a bill that could give companies like them legal immunity when they get hacked as long as they share data with the government7 CommentsevanFFTF+154
2015 Oct 13 Defendants should have the right to examine the code used to convict them4 Commentsronald20155+154
2015 Oct 29 John McAfee: CISA will not stop a single important hack, let alone cyberterrorism10 CommentsDEAF-LAMONT+154
2016 Sep 28 AP: Across US, police officers abuse confidential databases4 Commentsreaderseven+154
2012 Dec 28 Congress Disgracefully Approves the FISA Warrantless Spying Bill for Five More Years, Rejects All Privacy Amendments12 Commentsmepper+153
2013 Jan 08 You all may enjoy today's SMBC7 CommentsFailsTheTuringTest+153
2013 Jan 25Software "Jitsi" is an open-source Skype alternative that encrypts your calls34 Commentsishantbeashamed+153
2013 May 01 DOJ Wants To Be Able To Fine Tech Companies Who Don’t Let It Wiretap Your Communications4 Commentsgramgramandshabadoo+153
2013 Jun 17Software A Popular Ad Blocker Also Helps the Ad Industry: Millions of people use the tool Ghostery to block online tracking technology—few realize that it feeds data to the ad industry.53 CommentsPiscator629+153
2013 Sep 03 Tor Is Less Anonymous Than You Think -- "Even if an attacker had no control of routers, 80% of Tor users could be de-anonymized within six months. With control of one AS, nearly 100% of users were likely to be uncovered within three months. With two, it could take just one day."27 Commentsmepper+153
2014 Dec 27 The Slow Death of ‘Do Not Track’39 Commentsantdude+153
2015 May 19 Tech sector tells Obama encryption backdoors “undermine human rights”1 Commentsoruspu_cocugu+153
2015 Aug 01 Cybersecurity: We Need a Chinese Snowden12 CommentsVeteran4Peace+153
2015 Aug 16 How your phone tracks your every move - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)11 Commentsfantastic_comment+153
2016 Apr 21 Secret Court Takes Another Bite Out of the Fourth Amendment10 CommentsBarmagluk+153
2016 Jun 14 I don’t want to be LinkedIn with Microsoft28 Commentswewewawa+153
2016 Sep 09 This employee ID badge monitors and listens to you at work - except in the bathroom19 CommentsJ0YEUSE+153
2013 Aug 05 D.E.A mines "National Security" data to spy on Americans.7 Commentswatcher45+152
2013 Sep 16 How Dropbox scans private documents37 Commentsnkbailly+152
2014 May 31 As Snowden Anniversary Nears, EFF Urges Users to Ramp Up Privacy and Security10 Commentsthrowkanga+152
2014 Jul 20 Any updates on the Truecrypt mystery?47 Commentsminneso+152
2015 Apr 26 Comcast DOCSIS 3.0 Business Gateways Multiple Vulnerabilities. All D3G-CCR gateways provided by Comcast have an administrative login of "mso" with the password of "D0nt4g3tme". This is a root login - having more rights than the normal login21 CommentsBASH_SCRIPTS_FOR_YOU+152
2015 Jun 08 So much for Whatsapp's "end-to-end encryption" - "Investigators said earlier they had detained 16 people in the anti-terror raids after working with U.S. authorities to monitor suspects’ communications on WhatsApp Inc.’s messaging service."11 Commentsjohnmountain+152
2015 Oct 31 Prez: Rick Perry selling his mailing list. Today, I got two emails to my special Perry address. One email was from Ted Cruz, another presidential candidate. The other was from Paul Ryan, the new Speaker of the House.10 Commentsspeckz+152
2015 Nov 16 After Paris attacks, UK politicians suggest fast-tracking new surveillance laws8 Commentsdangzal+152
2016 Oct 10 Local Police Using CIA-funded Software to Track All Citizens' Social Media Posts16 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+152
2016 Oct 15 Facebook-Linked Company Is Collecting Personal Data On Schoolchildren And Can Share It With Anyone They Want5 Commentsmahturn+152
2012 Oct 11 Apple Has Quietly Started Tracking iPhone Users Again, And It's Tricky To Opt Out21 CommentsUlkeshNaranek+151
2013 May 02 A Dutch politician proposed to give the government the permission to hack computers and mobile phones, tap their communication and collect and destroy data. The law also contains an obligation to decrypt your personal data. If the computers are located in another country, the law would still apply.13 CommentsWill-Do+151
2015 Mar 19 ‘You are surveillance target’ – Snowden to IT specialists7 Commentsjellowcakewalk+151
2015 Aug 06 Malware Hunter Finds Smartphone Spyware Used Against Dead Argentine Prosecutor0 Commentsgahgeer-is-back+151
2015 Oct 15 Google’s OK Google/Voice Search listens and stores your voice, here is how to delete it8 Commentsswtt+151
2016 Oct 20 EPIC - New Study Shows Public Does Not Trust Social Media Privacy, Supports Stronger Privacy Laws0 CommentsmWo12+151
2013 Mar 15 Federal Judge Finds National Security Letters Unconstitutional, Bans Them 5 CommentsCrankyBear+150
2013 Apr 04 CISPA is back!1 CommentsPanich52+150
2013 Jun 21 U.S. charges Snowden with espionage25 Commentsinmersion+150
2013 Sep 04 NSA-resistant Android application 'burns' sensitive messages "It also keep the keys used to encrypt and decrypt content on the user's device, which protects the company from law enforcement requests for the keys"35 CommentsLibertatea+150
2014 May 27 Obama Administration Spent a Fortune Monitoring Occupy Protests, including Flash Mobs and Yoga Classe12 Commentsquantumcipher+150
2014 Jun 20 Cops hid use of phone tracking tech in court documents at feds’ request | Ars Technica0 Commentsthegooddata+150
2014 Sep 02 Android security mystery – ‘fake’ cellphone towers found in U.S. (Xpost)10 CommentsMJantti+150
2015 Feb 01 Get your loved ones off Facebook.59 Commentsmuyuu+150
2015 May 31 FBI Doesn’t Want You To Know It Uses NSLs to “Correlate” All the Identities You Use Online9 Commentsakwala+150
2016 Feb 04 PGP co-founder: Ad companies are the biggest privacy problem today, not governments12 Commentsalllie+150
2016 Mar 10 A Judge Just Admitted The Existence Of The NSA's PRISM Program8 Commentsmikebiox+150
2016 Nov 09 Edward Snowden streaming LIVE at StartPage.com on November 10!5 Commentstemporaryaccount1984+150
2013 Jan 09 3 Troubling Ways The TSA Punishes Passengers Who Opt Out 29 Commentstheanswermancan+149
2013 Jan 28 Court Again Says It's Okay For The Feds To Snoop Through Your Digital Info Without Telling You6 CommentsUlkeshNaranek+149
2013 Jul 29A privacy win Major opinion shifts, in the US and Congress, on NSA surveillance and privacy. Pew finds that, for the first time since 9/11, Americans are now more worried about civil liberties abuses than terrorism9 CommentsLibertatea+149
2013 Sep 08 Please, remove gen. Keith Alexander from his post at NSA23 Commentsbwosc+149
2013 Dec 27 Study: Consumers Will Pay $5 for an App That Respects Their Privacy21 CommentsNewThoughtsForANewMe+149
2014 May 12 Google Has Most of My Email Because It Has All of Yours19 Commentsveeti+149
2015 Feb 20 Firefox takes screenshots of the pages you visit, it may spill sensitive data via the thumbnails; This is how you can fix it21 Commentslapall+149
2015 Sep 21 Firefox app uses tracking on Android34 Commentsaustronaut79+149
2016 Jun 13 Going dark: online privacy and anonymity for normal people8 CommentsEasyCrypt+149
2016 Aug 08 Hacking America - How an unchecked amendment could threaten Americans’ privacy and security.0 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+149
2016 Sep 13 The FBI's Quiet Plan to Begin Mass Hacking13 Commentseleitl+149
2016 Oct 09 I've heard it said that Google never deletes your data, even if you tell it to, or delete your account. Is there any evidence for this?82 Commentsinternetisforslugs+149
2016 Dec 22 Encryption App ‘Signal’ Fights Censorship With a Clever Workaround32 Commentswarau_meow+149
2017 Jan 07 Microsoft browsing extension data goes through Chinese data center. What could go wrong? Is this common practice among tech companies now?32 CommentsStossel_+149
2017 Jan 19 Obama's most enduring legacy may be the establishment of the modern US surveillance state14 Commentsplato_thyself+149
2012 Nov 29 Raided for running a Tor exit - Accepting donations for legal expenses - LowEndTalk9 Commentslythander+148
2013 Mar 09Activism " “I have read and agree to the Terms” is the biggest lie on the web. We aim to fix that. "11 Commentsdevilwu+148
2013 May 31 3 schools scanned student's irises for tracking purposes before asking parents for permission.31 Commentsrectifyed+148
2013 Jun 29 We need encryption for private communications16 Commentsrandomhumanuser+148
2013 Aug 11 Mega to fill secure email gap left by Lavabit with "cutting edge" email encryption service18 Commentswhitefangs+148
2014 Jul 12 The British government is terrorizing the public into accepting its snooping law23 Commentsciderpunx+148
2014 Sep 28 Julian Assange: 'When you post to Facebook, you're being a rat'18 CommentsTheAgoristReport+148
2015 May 11 UK government will bring back Snooper’s Charter; Snowden warns of dangers9 CommentsCrankyBear+148
2016 May 21 Amazon CEO Jeffrey Bezos: Privacy, security debate is 'issue of our age'12 CommentsNighthawkFencer+148
2016 Nov 01 Your browsing history may have been sold already26 Commentss0nny0x6F+148
2016 Nov 06 Investigatory Powers Bill passed by House of Lords14 Commentsreaderseven+148
2016 Dec 17 James Clapper Has a Classified Blog. It’s Called “Intercept.”1 Commentsroguefleet+148
2013 Feb 20 2 out of every 3 Americans lost Fourth Amendment protections to DHS33 Commentswhitefangs+147
2013 Apr 02 IRS faces class action lawsuit over theft of 60 million medical records8 Commentswewewawa+147
2013 Apr 29 Panel seeks to fine tech companies for noncompliance with wiretap orders: "A government task force is preparing legislation that would pressure companies such as Face­book and Google to enable law enforcement officials to intercept online communications as they occur"6 Commentsgoghen+147
2013 May 31 Judge orders Google to comply with FBI's secret NSL demands9 Commentsliefj+147
2013 Jul 14 PRISM: Software Of The Year9 Commentshazysummersky+147
2013 Aug 06 Bruce Schneier: NSA Surveillance and Mission Creep -- "This is really bad. The surveillance state is closer than most of us think."3 Commentsmepper+147
2013 Oct 25 Photographer threatened with being put on a watch list for taking pictures14 CommentsRPrevolution+147
2014 Jan 30 Catalog of the Snowden Revelations15 Commentseberkut+147
2014 Feb 12 Utah lawmaker floats bill to cut off NSA data centre's water supply | World news5 CommentsShahid-Buttar+147
2015 Feb 11 ACLU to UN: Encryption is Not A Problem to be Solved, But a Crucial Tool For Freedom and Security5 Commentsjohnmountain+147
2015 Mar 30 France Enacts Strict Crackdown on Cash Payments Because Charlie Hebdo Attackers Used Cash43 Commentseleitl+147
2015 Jun 01 It is not the entire PATRIOT Act that is expiring, but only certain parts.3 Commentsroom2048+147
2015 Jul 10 Spying on the Internet is Orders of Magnitude More Invasive Than Phone Metadata0 CommentsblackVPN+147
2016 Apr 16 EU trade law could criminalise whistleblowers1 Commentspolymute+147
2016 Apr 27 Tor Browser Version 5.5.5 released!28 Commentseleitl+147
2016 Jun 12PDF How US Transnational Fiber Cables Are Tapped10 CommentsAnonymousAurele+147
2016 Aug 18 Canadian cops want to know your passwords20 Comments-code-+147
2016 Aug 30 Privacy groups complain to FTC about WhatsApp policy changes10 CommentsmWo12+147
2016 Nov 13 Signal Downloads Spiked After Election Results48 CommentsCapnTrip+147
2013 Feb 19 Privacy is Non-negotiable: Tell congress to oppose CISPA 2.03 Commentsdoortoriver+146
2013 Jul 16 'US citizen has no right to free speech?' State Dept spokesperson grilled over Snowden22 CommentsTheOtherITdude+146
2013 Nov 02 Snowden document reveals key role of companies in NSA data collection | File shows number of intelligence reports being generated from data collected from the likes of Yahoo, Microsoft and Google10 CommentsSurveillanceVan+146
2013 Nov 14 Americans’ personal data shared with CIA, IRS, others in security probe3 Commentskismor+146
2014 Jul 29 Analysis: Bill Banning Phone Metadata Collection Gives NSA Access To It3 CommentsJDGumby+146
2014 Jul 31 Internet privacy service Tor warns users it was attacked10 Commentszenrazor+146
2014 Aug 20Offtopic Study: TSA Full-Body X-Ray Scanners Miss Guns, Explosives, Knives - CBS DC7 Commentscensoredandagain+146
2015 Jan 08 In Wake of Charlie Hebdo Attack, Let’s Not Sacrifice Even More Rights -- "There are numerous instances in which countries enacted sweeping new laws in the wake of an attack or in response to a threat, when grief and fear outweighed commitments to freedom of expression and privacy"9 Commentsmepper+146
2015 Mar 15 Sen. Ron Wyden says the U.S. government is still spying on Americans and administration officials aren’t being held accountable0 Commentsmaxwellhill+146
2015 May 16 FBI now claims its stingray NDA means the opposite of what it says: In new statement FBI says local cops can talk about stingrays10 Commentsmaxwellhill+146
2015 Jun 12 French privacy regulator demands Google make ‘right to be forgotten’ global31 CommentsAluminiumMk1+146
2016 Mar 05 A month ago, I posted my VPN Comparison Chart with tons of data on over 100 different services. After observing the poor state of the industry, I present to you a major update - ACCOUNTABILITY13 CommentsThatOnePrivacyGuy+146
2016 Sep 08 How do YOU use KeePass? Workflow, plugins, etc?91 Commentsrofic+146
2013 May 27 US entertainment industry to Congress: make it legal for us to deploy rootkits, spyware, ransomware and trojans to attack pirates!11 Commentskmichael500+145
2013 Jul 06 Edward Snowden offered asylum by Venezuelan president6 Commentsinmersion+145
2013 Oct 26 Irish privacy boss hauled to court for NOT probing Facebook for NSA links0 Commentstrilbey+145
2013 Nov 08 Canonical “abused trademark law” to target a site critical of Ubuntu privacy8 Commentsantdude+145
2013 Dec 10 Australian police to adopt technology capable of collecting emails - Controversial ‘deep packet inspection’ system used by NSA for surveillance to be rolled out by AFP next year5 Commentskulkke+145
2013 Dec 11 AT&T accused of violating privacy law with sale of phone records to CIA5 Commentstrilbey+145
2014 Aug 24 What's the point of full-disk encryption if they can simply jail you until you give up the password?114 CommentsRich700000000000+145
2015 May 17 "For too long, we have been a passively tolerant society, saying to our citizens: as long as you obey the law, we will leave you alone," [David] Cameron will say [to a meeting of his National Security Council]. "This government will conclusively turn the page on this failed approach."24 Commentsthrowaway+145
2015 Oct 28 Senate Rejects All CISA Amendments Designed To Protect Privacy, Reiterating That It's A Surveillance Bill | Techdirt0 Commentseleitl+145
2015 Dec 10 The SEC Wants to Read Your Emails Without a Warrant - How it and other civil agencies are trying to undermine important privacy reform.4 CommentsCapnTrip+145
2016 Jan 14 Ex-NSA chief defends end-to-end encryption, says ‘backdoors’ will make us less secure7 Commentsproperal+145
2016 Aug 25 According to Privacy Guard on my phone, Facebook has requested to know my location over 40,000 times in the past 90 days.45 CommentsRandomguy81724+145
2016 Nov 11 How to encrypt your entire life in less than an hour28 Commentsspeckz+145
2012 Jul 25 Our government is watching all of us closely. This should be even bigger than the Aurora story.13 Commentselmaschingon+144
2012 Oct 14 Uncle Sam Prepares To Unleash Up To 30,000 Drones Over America For "Public Safety"23 Commentsaccarrino+144
2013 Mar 03 VPN Services That Take Your Anonymity Seriously, 2013 Edition6 CommentsUlkeshNaranek+144
2013 Jul 30 Reddit activists storm the office of New York Congressman Meeks who voted for NSA spying.11 Commentsmeyamashi+144
2015 Mar 24 Patriot Act provisions are set to expire in June to end bulk telephony data collection. Make your voice heard, and contact your representative5 Commentsbiffbagwell+144
2015 Apr 09 Data protection concerns 72% of Britons in post-Snowden world, research shows: NSA revelations, hacks and identity theft have left seven in 10 people in the UK concerned about their privacy, and a third willing to pay to protect information2 CommentsLibertatea+144
2016 Jun 06 PSA: You Need To Update Your Facebook Privacy Settings Again To Opt Out Of New Targeted Ads32 Commentswewewawa+144
2016 Aug 04 Apple’s New Privacy Technology May Pressure Competitors to Better Protect Our Data23 CommentsAnonymousAurele+144
2016 Aug 31 The Dropbox hack is real32 CommentsEasyCrypt+144
2012 May 28 Stand up for Julian Assange before it's too late23 Commentsjosefonseca+143
2013 May 08 Obama May Back F.B.I. Plan to Wiretap Web Users12 CommentsTuneRaider+143
2013 May 10 Biometric Database of All Adult Americans Hidden in Immigration Reform: "Think of it as a government version of Foursquare, with Big Brother cataloging every check-in."9 Commentsliefj+143
2013 Aug 28 It’s 2013. We’re all being spied on. Why do security software websites not use HTTPS? "People say that using HTTPS is a performance hit. Locking your car door is also a performance hit, and so is putting on clothes in the morning. Security and privacy is worth a performance hit"17 Commentsliefj+143
2013 Oct 12 Google will soon put your face, name, and content in its ads30 CommentsSens1r+143
2013 Oct 21 List of government surveillance projects5 Commentszrsio+143
2013 Dec 11 E.L. Doctorow Wishes There Had Been More Outrage About the NSA6 Commentswewewawa+143
2013 Dec 31 Using the "Way Back Machine" it's interesting to see exactly how long it took after 9/11 for the new Surveillance State to be enacted.4 Comments-SnooSnoo-+143
2014 Oct 17 ACLU: "Director Comey is wrong in asserting that law enforcement cannot do its job while respecting Americans’ privacy rights. In fact, federal law explicitly protects the right of companies to add encryption with no backdoors"0 Commentswonkadonk+143
2014 Nov 18 Open Whisper Systems partners with WhatsApp to provide end-to-end encryption56 Commentsveeti+143
2015 Feb 27 Tor Browser 4.0.4 released and being flagged by AVG and Panda Antivirus as malware21 Commentsnamo26+143
2015 Mar 22 Data and Goliath: Four Ways You Can Protect Yourself From Digital Surveillance13 Commentsmatdossantos+143
2015 Sep 25 France tells Google to remove search results globally, or face big fines. Google fears complying would lead to a race to the bottom for online freedom.21 CommentsMrDent+143
2016 Sep 30 The US government can't protect its dirtiest laundry, so what makes anyone think a government is capable and willing to protect data about you?6 CommentsFalkvinge+143
2012 Jun 05 That's cute...33 CommentsTheloniusPhunk+142
2012 Jun 20 An open letter to Internet companies: Tell us how much we are being surveilled. "Tell us, the public -- your customers who often entrust our private thoughts in you -- how often the government demands our private data"1 Commentsmepper+142
2013 Mar 09 9th Circuit Appeals Court: 4th Amendment Applies At The Border; Also: Password Protected Files Shouldn't Arouse Suspicion7 CommentsKAPT_Kipper+142
2013 Mar 21 We created /r/Stand, a new subreddit for the discussion of bad bills like SOPA, or other threats to the Internet. Come over and ask Fight For the Future anything about CISPA and other pending legislation.19 CommentsDacvak+142
2013 May 28 How police can find your deleted text messages57 Commentsantdude+142
2013 Jul 15 The crux of the NSA story in one phrase: 'collect it all'17 CommentsNewThoughtsForANewMe+142
2013 Aug 02 Firefox 22: Default privacy setting "Do not tell sites anything about my tracking preferences."20 Commentstheograd+142
2013 Nov 21 Corporations hiring ex-CIA, NSA, FBI agents to spy on activist groups36 Commentsfabnup+142
2014 Apr 17 Watch Dropbox's Condoleeza Rice advocate warrantless NSA surveillance23 Commentstrilbey+142
2014 Jun 19 Army spied on activist's meetings in their own homes, calls civil disobedience 'terrorism'5 Commentsquantumcipher+142
2014 Nov 06 Terrorists used false DMCA claims to get personal data of anti-islamic youtuber9 Commentssisko7+142
2014 Nov 20 Breaking news: Spy cable revealed: how telecoms firm worked with UK's GCHQ3 Commentsmjrharris+142
2014 Dec 15 Facebook calls it a license; others call it copyright of your private material3 Commentszoltonite+142
2015 Jan 12 British PM David Cameron wants to stop the use of communications methods—like Snapchat and WhatsApp—that cannot be read by the security services even with a warrant.19 Comments5tHorseman+142
2016 Aug 22 More Facebook listening evidence - what is going on?59 CommentsMaebenot+142
2016 Dec 02 Uber Now Tracks Passengers' Locations Even After They're Dropped Off19 Commentsberniebroggbrogg+142
2017 Jan 17 Thousands of Boston residents urge Mayor Walsh to halt Boston Police digital surveillance plan.1 CommentsRabelshaw+142
2013 Feb 15 FBI documents suggest a clandestine cellphone tracking device known as the “Stingray” has been deployed across the United States for almost two decades—despite questions over its legality.7 Commentsgaryrbtsn+141
2013 Aug 08 IRS manual detailed DEA's use of hidden intel evidence11 CommentsbigGcastle+141
2014 Mar 20 FBI: Microsoft scoured blogger's Hotmail inbox in hunt for alleged Windows 8 leaker5 Commentsadilawar+141
2014 Mar 23 As Turkey bans Twitter, Tor usage skyrockets with 10,000 new users in the last week15 Commentschobopeon+141
2014 Jul 01 Facebook Added 'Research' To User Agreement 4 Months After Emotion Manipulation Study10 Commentsthegooddata+141
2014 Dec 20 My favourite eye-opening post by a netsec/privacy blogger. [Everything is Broken] by Quinn Norton19 Comments-halcyon+141
2014 Dec 27 UK wants internet providers to identify who’s using their connections26 Commentstueni6665+141
2015 Feb 26 Why I’m Saying Goodbye to Apple, Google and Microsoft93 CommentsJRepin+141
2015 Aug 25 DOJ Dismisses Case After Court Explains That Feds Can't Just Grab Someone's Laptop At The Border5 CommentsQU35710NM04R+141
2015 Sep 01 The Death of Doctor-Patient Confidentiality: The Unintended (OK…more like the completely obvious) Consequences of Electronic Medical Records29 Commentskaj97+141
2016 Jul 01 Android’s full-disk encryption just got much weaker—here’s why38 CommentsAnonymousAurele+141
2016 Aug 01 GhostMail is dead :(77 Commentsdlerium+141
2012 Jul 17 'You're automatically suspicious until we prove that you're not.' NSA databases allow Google-like searches, but whistleblower Drake calls it the rise of soft tyranny and a universal wiretap1 Commentszetadog+140
2012 Aug 22 New Documents Show That Feds Share License Plate Scanning Data With Insurance Firms11 Commentsmaxwellhill+140
2012 Aug 31Activism Stop opt-out 'adult' filtering and network level blocking - Sign the Petition!51 Commentssdtp+140
2012 Sep 09 FML: FBI to roll out $1 billion public facial recognition system in 2014, will be on to your evildoing everywhere -- Engadget24 Commentsvictory-not-vengance+140
2013 May 04 A former FBI counterterrorism agent claims that all US telephone calls are recorded and accessible to the government12 Commentscojoco+140
2013 Aug 09 Silent Circle preemptively shuts down encrypted email service26 CommentsLudger_Sylbaris+140
2013 Oct 03 This is what a secret order demanding the disclosure of SSL encryption keys to the FBI looks like29 Comments4nis+140
2013 Dec 20 NSA caught red-handed in Google’s cookie jar: How to opt-out35 CommentsMatthew37+140
2014 Jul 25 Senator’s Bill Is Stricter on N.S.A. Than House’s: Senator Patrick J. Leahy said he would file a new version of a bill to end the National Security Agency’s program to collect bulk phone records.9 CommentsLibertatea+140
2014 Sep 23 If you "share location" in Firefox, it will reveal your real location even if running device behind VPN.74 Commentszakabby+140
2015 Jul 24 Eavesdropping law approved in France17 Commentsreaderseven+140
2015 Sep 08 Malware Found Pre-Installed on Xiaomi, Huawei, Lenovo Phones "to spy on its users or to insert ads"38 CommentsQU35710NM04R+140
2015 Sep 19 Bitcoin is not anonymous50 CommentsmWo12+140
2015 Sep 25 The United Nations has a radical, dangerous vision for the future of the Web32 Commentsfrozengold83+140
2015 Oct 22Software Introducing DoNotTrack for iOS, an app which removes all forms of tracking, including web bugs, tracking scripts and information collectors, thereby protecting your personal data on Safari.46 Commentsivarjain+140
2016 Feb 06 PayPal blocks VPN provider’s payments over copyright concerns33 CommentsTheLantean+140
2016 Sep 28 Five EFF Tools to Help You Protect Yourself Online5 CommentsblackVPN+140
2012 Dec 03 UK Home secretary on web surveillance of entire UK population: "Anybody who is against this bill is putting politics before people's lives."22 Commentsfact_hunt+139
2013 Mar 05 How advertisers follow you around the Internet [x-post from /r/geek] 40 CommentsHydrophobicWater+139
2013 Mar 14 Protester wins surveillance database fight - John Catt, who has no criminal record, wins legal action to have records deleted from police database of suspected extremists4 CommentsTuneRaider+139
2013 Dec 26 The government can hack into your modem and compromise almost anything.37 Commentsjimbo1qaz+139
2014 Jun 21 Illinois buys cell-tracking gear complete with NDAs, no-bid process3 Commentsthegooddata+139
2014 Jul 11 The Ultimate Goal Of The NSA Is Total Population Control: "At least 80% of all audio calls, not just metadata, are recorded and stored in the US, says whistleblower William Binney -- that's a 'totalitarian mentality'"10 Commentstrot-trot+139
2014 Jul 13 Emails show NSA monitored destruction of Snowden data at The Guardian3 Commentsmarx2k+139
2015 Jun 22 Google was downloading audio listeners onto computers without consent, say Chromium users4 Commentsronan125+139
2015 Oct 30Misleading title Soon, Windows 10 Will Be Automatically Pushed Through Windows Update95 CommentsDiyoGi+139
2015 Nov 11 LastPass shares your browsing history without encryption for "targeted advertising"26 Commentsdountt+139
2016 Jan 23 Poles protest against government surveillance plans. “There’s no terrorism in Poland,” said Jaroslaw Kurski, Deputy Editor-in-chief of Gazeta Wyborcza. “It’s just a false pretext to control citizens, to control people, to reinforce their power.”6 CommentsNighthawkFencer+139
2016 Oct 04 Exclusive: Yahoo secretly scanned customer emails for U.S. intelligence - sources10 Commentsspeckz+139
2012 Dec 06 Senator Al Franken reintroduces privacy act requiring user consent for location sharing8 CommentsUlkeshNaranek+138
2013 Aug 05 Greenwald: Is U.S. Exaggerating Threat to Embassies to Silence Critics of NSA Domestic Surveillance?12 Commentsfutrawo+138
2013 Dec 09 NSA Wrongly Says Warrantless Mobile-Phone Location Tracking Is Legal | Threat Level3 Commentsantdude+138
2013 Dec 17 Larry Klayman crows on NSA win: ‘We hit the mother lode’13 CommentsNewThoughtsForANewMe+138
2014 Feb 20 Department of Homeland Security cancels national license-plate tracking plan13 CommentsBlankVerse+138
2014 Mar 12 How the NSA Plans to Infect ‘Millions’ of Computers with Malware5 Commentsfabnup+138
2014 Mar 15 The FBI Accidentally Told Us It Had Three Drones As of 20107 Commentsquantumcipher+138
2014 Jun 09 Kim Dotcom Can Encrypt Your Files. Why Can’t Google?45 Commentsk-h+138
2014 Nov 11 Tor Developers, Privacy Wonks Desperately Searching To Figure Out How The Feds "Broke Tor" To Find Hidden Servers24 Commentstrai_dep+138
2014 Dec 05 New App Built by Former Skype Employees Retracts Promise Not to Read Your Messages. Wire App forced to remove “secure messaging” claims from its site, putting serious doubt as to the privacy of its users’ messages.14 Commentstrai_dep+138
2015 Jan 05 The NSA uses Evercookies as one way to unmask Tor users. This is new to me.34 Commentsthe_fella+138
2015 Sep 05 26 Android Models Sold with Pre-Installed Spyware that can’t be Removed25 CommentsGruePineapple+138
2015 Dec 05 The "Over-Sharing" Epidemic: How the Internet Makes Us Devalue Our Private Lives2 CommentsLightfiend+138
2016 Mar 25 Medical doctor says during TED Talks that Microsoft stores all search logs in IE for 18 months17 Comments0x636F646572+138
2016 Apr 15 Documents Show FBI Deployed Software Exploits To Break Encryption Back In 20035 Commentsmizfy+138
2016 May 19 Senators introduce bill to block expansion of FBI hacking authority3 CommentsRyydA+138
2016 Jun 02 Sign this petition for President Obama to pardon Edward Snowden at the end of his term35 CommentsQman1198+138
2016 Sep 06 How the CIA made Google. Inside the secret network behind mass surveillance, endless war, and Skynet—12 Commentstrai_dep+138
2016 Oct 18 "We need collectively to make surveillance expensive again," Snowden said.1 CommentsmWo12+138
2012 Apr 26CISPA Insanity: CISPA Just Got Way Worse, And Then Passed26 CommentsUlkeshNaranek+137
2013 Aug 10 The New York Times editorial board blasts Obama's surveillance reforms: "The nation needs more than soothing words"6 Commentsfutrawo+137
2013 Oct 27 I challenged hackers to investigate me and what they found out is chilling13 CommentsAdelleChattre+137
2013 Dec 22 Bruce Schneier and Eben Moglen discuss a post-Snowden Internet4 CommentsJRepin+137
2014 Jan 22 Yes! Sen. Ted Lieu introduces bill that would allow California to thwart National Security Agency8 CommentsOC_112+137
2014 Mar 14 Law Enforcement Agencies All Over California Have Been Secretly Using Stingray Devices27 Commentsquantumcipher+137
2014 Jun 10 Young people give up privacy on Google and Facebook 'because they haven't read 1984'52 Commentsquantumcipher+137
2014 Aug 22 Mass surveillance of online communications allows Indian state to arrest people "pre-emptively" for piracy intent15 Commentswonkadonk+137
2014 Dec 17 Secret surveillance of Norway’s leaders detected: Members of parliament and the prime minister of Norway are being monitored by means of secret espionage equipment6 Commentsmaxwellhill+137
2015 Sep 27 Republican Maine Mayor Wants to Shame the Poor by Giving Public Access to Welfare Recipients’ Addresses17 CommentsJDGumby+137
2015 Nov 01 Police Will Be Able To Read Everyone’s Internet Search History Under New Plan16 CommentsVailhem+137
2016 May 16 The intercept is broadening access to the Snowden archive heres why3 CommentsNathanHouse+137
2016 Nov 14 Users flock to encrypted email service after Trump win31 CommentsmWo12+137
2012 Aug 06 3 days left to get 5500 signatures - Make Obama explain the TSA violating court orders for public process.10 Commentsaviewanew+136
2013 Mar 11 US Supreme Court hears case on constitutionality of taking DNA samples from arrestees: "Any claim that the government can be trusted to use the samples for identification only, despite the fact that it maintains a vast, enduring database of all DNA samples taken, is ludicrous."7 CommentsSedov+136
2013 Jun 24 There's never been a more appropriate time than now to re-watch "Enemy of the State" (notice the disturbing parallels)17 Commentszombiesingularity+136
2013 Jul 01 Germans Loved Obama. Now We Don’t Trust Him.6 Commentscojoco+136
2013 Aug 28 Anonymous claims NSA tool can neutralize common HTTPS/SSL online security19 CommentsPrivacyDude+136
2013 Nov 03 Swisscom is building a "Swiss Cloud" that could loosen the grip of U.S. technology giants and attract foreign companies looking for a way to shield sensitive data from the prying eyes of foreign intelligence services.19 CommentsSurveillanceVan+136
2013 Dec 29 You think Facebook is free? Well, it'll only cost you your private life | Digital behemoths have perfected surveillance as a business model5 Commentskulkke+136
2014 Jan 22 Surveillance aircraft floating high above Maryland: Army spy blimps with 340-mile range will be tethered above Baltimore for 3 years29 Commentsinsecuritytheater+136
2014 Feb 14 Federal smartphone kill-switch legislation proposed | why do I only think this will be used to disable cellphones near protests?6 CommentsXSSpants+136
2014 Jun 05 Two Top NSA Veterans Expose Shocking History of Illegal Spying15 Commentsquantumcipher+136
2014 Sep 15 TSA Not Sure If It Groped Man Before Flight, Demands To Grope Him After Flight Is Over4 Commentsacer5886+136
2014 Dec 08 NSA has capacity to spy on 70 percent of world’s cell phone networks7 Commentswewewawa+136
2014 Dec 14 How exactly does Google know that I quit smoking?127 Commentsr3bl+136
2015 Jun 17 DuckDuckGo on CNBC: We’ve grown 600% since NSA surveillance news broke9 CommentsCyberSecPro+136
2015 Jul 10 The complete privacytools.io website source code and files are now on GitHub. Participate now3 CommentsBurungHantu+136
2016 Apr 21 People suing Ashley Madison for last year’s hack can’t be anonymous, judge rules4 Comments2die2sleep+136
2016 Jul 27 You can't turn off Cortana in the Windows 10 Anniversary Update35 Commentsmikebiox+136
2016 Oct 10 Down with the data monarchy; Our devices generate and collect personal data without our knowledge or consent. This has to change. [x-post /r/europrivacy]1 Commentsourari+136
2017 Jan 13 Open Whisper Systems: There's no WhatsApp 'backdoor'60 Commentsdafukwasdat+136
2013 Jun 18 Citing NSA telephone dragnet, fed judge orders U.S. gov. to deliver telephone records to man on trial for robbery.7 Commentsfutrawo+135
2013 Jun 23 Many people do not know that these products exist. They can copy all data on your phone, bypassing any lock screens that you may have. They can also perform link analysis, analyzing who you communicate with. This is designed for, among other things, roadside searches. without your permission.50 Commentskeraneuology+135
2013 Sep 17 Safe alternative to gmail? Not in USA obviously. Can be paid or free.89 Commentsapache99+135
2013 Sep 24 NSA spying fiasco sending customers overseas4 Commentssisko7+135
2013 Dec 14 The NSA is Coming to Town4 CommentsFuckVettel+135
2014 Jan 09 Snowden’s courageous action protected both our privacy and our democracy3 CommentsTheSecondAsFarce+135
2014 Jun 29 TIL it is dangerous to photocopy anything sensitive at ANY photocopy machine64 Commentsbatchprocessing+135
2015 Jan 07 Filezilla at SourceForge is Malware35 CommentsSnaKeZ83+135
2015 Sep 25 Snowden backs international campaign to outlaw mass surveillance1 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+135
2016 Nov 14 AdultFriendFinder hacked: 400 million accounts exposed18 CommentsVincentLaurent+135
2012 Jul 10 The NSA's warrantless wiretapping is a crime, not a state secret8 Commentsjdw25+134
2013 Jul 22 NSA can reportedly track cellphones even when they're turned off.59 CommentsNewThoughtsForANewMe+134
2013 Oct 23 Just confirmed: Congressman Amash to speak at Stop Watching Us Rally with Thomas Drake, Bruce Schneier, Gov. Gary Johnson, Lt. Dan Choi, Dennis Kucinich, Naomi Wolf, and others12 CommentsNeutralityMentality+134
2013 Dec 12 Gmail now auto-displays images: "In some cases, senders may be able to know whether an individual has opened a message with unique image links."32 Commentssupersadtrueprivacy+134
2014 Feb 09 The terrifying surveillance case of Brandon Mayfield0 Commentscoinvalidationllc+134
2014 Mar 23 Police keep quiet about cell-tracking technology: "Police across the country may be intercepting phone calls or text messages to find suspects using a technology tool known as Stingray. But they're refusing to turn over details about its use or heavily censoring files when they do."8 Commentsinsecuritytheater+134
2014 Apr 08A privacy win EU top court rules EU data retention law invalid.8 Commentsfoamed+134
2015 Mar 21 CISA Security Bill: An F for Security But an A+ for Spying0 CommentsblackVPN+134
2015 Apr 10 Cop Says He Doesn't Need A Warrant And Forces His Way Into Woman's Home!70 Commentscensoredandagain+134
2015 Sep 01 Rand Paul: Convert NSA Utah Data Center Into "Constitution Center To Study The 4th Amendment"11 Commentsweiss27md+134
2016 May 15 Hidden Microphones Exposed As Part of Government Surveillance Program In The Bay Area3 Commentspolymute+134
2016 Jun 10 WTFUK - the story of an American web dev being harassed at Heathrow52 Commentsdareksam+134
2016 Jun 12 Orlando.68 CommentsAn0n-E-M0use+134
2016 Nov 18 How mass surveillance creates a prison in the mind...7 CommentsVialevo+134
2013 Apr 18 ‘Stop The Cyborgs’ was founded in response to the Google Glass project and other technology trends. The aim of the movement is to stop a future in which privacy is impossible and central control total.32 Commentsaccountt1234+133
2013 May 16 Google removes feature to chat "off the record" by default in Google Talk61 Commentsbgroins+133
2013 Aug 18 Detaining my partner: a failed attempt at intimidation | Glenn Greenwald | Comment is free10 CommentsCoffeeAndCigars+133
2013 Oct 29 Legislation Unveiled to Bar NSA's Bulk Phone Metadata Collection21 CommentsAdelleChattre+133
2013 Nov 07 Forget the Backdoor: The Government Now Wants Keys to the Internet - If the Department of Justice gets its way in court, secure email could become a thing of the past.13 Commentssnowdenhero+133
2013 Dec 07 Do Antivirus Companies Whitelist NSA Malware? Microsoft, Symantec, and McAfee fail to respond to a transparency plea from leading privacy and security experts.6 CommentsPrivacyDude+133
2013 Dec 12 I launched an Internet privacy company this week. We created free, easy instructions on how to remove yourself from people search sites. Here they are! (More coming!)29 Commentsthewillsource+133
2014 Apr 30 The Strangest Interview Yet With the Outgoing Head of the NSA10 CommentsNewThoughtsForANewMe+133
2015 Mar 24 Thanks to Google, TV Ads Are About to Start Watching You. Google Fiber Defaults Will Facilitate TV As Ad-Smart As The Web.20 Commentstrai_dep+133
2015 Jun 29 New WikiLeaks Documents Reveal NSA Spied on Top French Companies5 Commentsjohnmountain+133
2015 Dec 20 How to protect your privacy now that CISA is law - Privacy is a human right, not a sign of guilt.21 CommentsmWo12+133
2015 Dec 24 Meet The Shadowy Tech Brokers That Deliver Your Data To The NSA6 Commentstrot-trot+133
2016 Apr 30 The FBI just got more power to spy on your computer7 CommentsNighthawkFencer+133
2016 Aug 20 Shadow Brokers Leak Just Revealed How The NSA Broke American-Made Encryption30 CommentsmWo12+133
2017 Jan 15 Google throttled an anonymous search engine Scroogle.org which led to its shutdown in 2012, why Google won't shut down Startpage or Ixquick?31 Commentsmsew59+133
2012 Nov 27 US judge orders 20 women in sexual harassment case to hand over passwords for Facebook, email and other social media accounts 8 Commentsmaxwellhill+132
2013 Jan 15 Rumours of Instagram's demise have NOT been exaggerated: Instagram has lost nearly half its daily users in a month after publishing updated terms and conditions13 Commentskardos+132
2013 Aug 14 A Guide to the Deceptions, Misinformation, and Word Games Officials Use to Mislead the Public About NSA Surveillance4 Commentsmepper+132
2014 Apr 25Possibly Misleading Ubuntu 14.04 bug report:When the screen is locked with password, if I hold ENTER after some seconds the screen freezes and the lock screen crashes. After that I have the computer fully unlocked.24 Comments1632+132
2015 Jan 03 Ai Weiwei is Living in Our Future -- Living under permanent surveillance and what that means for our freedom6 Commentsthrowaway+132
2016 Nov 04 IP bill is 'most extreme surveillance law ever passed in a democracy'4 Commentsicheyne+132
2016 Nov 29 UK's IP Bill Passes Into Law14 CommentsKelticfox+132
2017 Jan 02 Facebook’s Face Recognition Tech Goes on Trial - Class-action lawsuits target the biometric privacy policies of several Internet giants2 CommentsSmilefriend+132
2012 Nov 07 Razer computer mouse products now come with spyware, uses Internet all the time, stop working when the connection drops1 Commentsrmxz+131
2013 Jan 26 The inventor of the World Wide Web warned Friday that government control is limiting the possibilities of the Internet, as dozens of countries and businesses signed a cybersecurity deal at the Davos forum0 Commentswhitefangs+131
2013 Jul 05 I did a Freedom of Information Act Request for my own PRISM data. You can read the full reply here.21 CommentsMicahGreene+131
2013 Aug 17 New York Times Switching To Gmail Leave Reporters' Sources At Risk - No Warrant, Gag Order Included10 Commentswewewawa+131
2013 Sep 21 The Surveillance State Killed BlackBerry, and the Same Fate Awaits Other Tech Giants15 Commentssalvia_d+131
2013 Sep 24 U.S. government knew that revelations about NSA’s PRISM program would hurt American Technology companies, but they didn’t “really really care”, Bart Gellman6 Commentssalvia_d+131
2013 Oct 29 The out-of-control NSA3 Commentskismor+131
2014 Feb 08 NYPD testing Google Glass for patrol, surveillance14 Commentsquantumcipher+131
2014 Apr 29 Brazil passes an Internet 'Bill of Rights'7 Commentssalvia_d+131
2014 Jul 28 Leaked Document Shows Harsh Piracy Crackdown in Australia16 Commentssection43+131
2014 Nov 11 Dark net raids were 'overblown' by police, says Tor Project4 Commentswonkadonk+131
2015 Feb 28 Reddit's privacy policy: "We may disclose – your information if we believe that doing so is reasonably necessary to comply with a law... we will do our best to provide you with notice in advance unless we are prohibited by court order from doing so (e.g., an order under 18 U.S.C. § 2705(b))."10 CommentssonicSkis+131
2015 Jun 09 "The Obama administration has asked a secret surveillance court to ignore a federal court that found bulk surveillance illegal and to once again grant the National Security Agency [NSA] the power to collect the phone records of millions of Americans for six months."5 Commentstrot-trot+131
2015 Nov 20 After Paris, it’s traditional detective work that will keep us safe, not mass surveillance7 Commentseberkut+131
2016 Feb 27 Most software already has a “golden key” backdoor: the system update15 Commentsspeckz+131
2016 Oct 15 DNA database could help predict your disease — then get you fired. “Big data and precision medicine might be good for society, but it could harm individuals”16 Commentsourari+131
2016 Nov 23 Your phone camera has a unique pattern9 Commentsyellow_goose+131
2012 Apr 19 This needs more exposure: Guy is starting an Internet/phone company that is completely private and puts customers first. 9 Commentsantimagma+130
2012 Dec 15 Senator Jeff Merkley: "Citizens generally assume our government is not spying on them. If they had any inkling of how this system really works, the details of which I cannot discuss, they would be profoundly appalled."10 CommentsEquanimousMind+130
2013 Apr 26 CISPA Is Dead! Shelved by the Senate.11 Commentsdanhm+130
2013 Jul 22 NSA Revelations Reframe Digital Life for Some9 CommentsSomeKindOfMutant+130
2014 Jan 29 Two Norwegian MPs nominates Snowden to the Nobel's Peace Price (scroll down for the nomination text in English)3 Commentskromist+130
2014 Sep 30 Executive Order 12333 Documents Redefine 'Collection,' Authorize Majority Of Dragnet Surveillance Programs2 Commentswonkadonk+130
2014 Oct 09 Airbnb won't let go of your payment card details without deleting your account (and your reputation). I'm petitioning them.55 Commentsshopperchops+130
2014 Oct 14 ISPs Already Violating Net Neutrality To Block Encryption And Make Everyone Less Safe Online | Techdirt1 Commentspigfish+130
2014 Nov 13 Condemnation mounts against ISP that sabotaged users’ e-mail encryption | Ars Technica1 Commentsspeckz+130
2014 Dec 26 LEAKED: Secret Negotiations to Let Big Brother Go Global. The ugly ramifications of the Trade in Services Act (TiSA)4 Commentsetatrudna+130
2015 Feb 20 Jeb Bush Claims the NSA’s Metadata Collection “Keeps Us Safe”12 CommentsICLOAK+130
2015 May 25Misleading title The NSA is preparing to turn off mass surveillance programs65 Commentscaramelgod+130
2015 Jun 20 /r/privacy hits 50K subscribers4 CommentsTrendingBot+130
2015 Sep 06 How Colombia Built a Massive Surveillance 'Shadow State' | VICE News1 CommentsRinzeWind+130
2016 Apr 21 Open letter to FBI director James Comey: "You're out of control. It's time to resign."4 CommentsevanFFTF+130
2016 May 24 Google aims to kill passwords by the end of this year. Android users will be able to log in to services using a combination of their face, typing patterns, and how they move.50 Commentstrai_dep+130
2016 Nov 11 FBI operated 23 Tor-hidden child porn sites, deployed malware from them18 Commentseleitl+130
2012 Oct 23 Fuck U.N., too.14 Commentseleitl+129
2013 May 21 Hollywood Studios Use DMCA To Censor Pirate Bay Documentary6 Commentskodiaktau+129
2013 Jun 19 Daniel Ellsberg: ‘I’m sure that President Obama would have sought a life sentence in my case’0 Commentsfutrawo+129
2013 Jul 13 Intel In Bed with NSA (x-post from /r/technology)31 Commentspigfish+129
2013 Jul 27 Google Engineer Wins NSA Award, Then Says NSA Should Be Abolished3 Commentsfreudian_nipple_slip+129
2013 Aug 01 If recording your calls without playing them back isn't surveillance ... then downloading music without listening to it isn't piracy — Cory Doctorow6 CommentsBlueJadeLei+129
2013 Dec 23 Schneier on Security: NSA Spying: Who Do You Believe?9 Comments4nis+129
2014 Mar 24 Microsoft Says: Come Back with a Warrant, Unless You’re Microsoft6 CommentsRenascienza+129
2014 Oct 02 Cops Are Handing Out Spyware to Parents—With Zero Oversight11 Commentselectronics-engineer+129
2014 Nov 24 Police in Sydney, Australia listened to phone call between lawyer and client after raid4 Commentstrish1975+129
2015 Jan 26 Verizon’s Mobile ‘Supercookies’ Seen as Threat to Privacy5 Commentssbicknel+129
2015 Feb 14 Obama calls for public debate over encryption39 CommentsBossman1086+129
2015 Feb 16 AT&T charges $29 more for gigabit fiber that doesn’t watch your Web browsing14 Commentslapall+129
2015 Jun 16 Privacy Advocates Walk Out in Protest Over U.S. Commerce Department Facial-Recognition Code of Conduct3 CommentsShellOilNigeria+129
2015 Aug 17 Man Arrested For Microwaving His ID To Fry The Microchip And Protect His Privacy34 CommentsVailhem+129
2015 Nov 09 TPP Trade Agreement Slammed For Eroding Online Rights1 CommentsmWo12+129
2015 Dec 13 Privacy hawks turn to White House in encryption fight - “I’m frustrated by this cynical, opportunistic playbook where the intelligence committee sits poised to take advantage of whatever tragedy comes along,”6 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+129
2015 Dec 17 The Intercept has obtained a secret, internal U.S. government catalog of dozens of cellphone surveillance devices used by the military and intelligence agencies. The document also offers rare insight into the spying capabilities of federal law enforcement and local police inside the United States.2 CommentsProGamerGov+129
2016 Jun 10 Oklahoma Police Can Seize Your Entire Bank Account on a Traffic Stop Without Any Charges8 Comments0moi+129
2012 Jun 25 CEO Of Internet Provider Sonic.net: We Delete User Logs After Two Weeks. Your Internet Provider Should, Too.4 CommentsUlkeshNaranek+128
2013 Jun 02 Assange: The Banality of Google's "Dont be Evil"6 Commentsklrweb+128
2013 Sep 21 Montana banned traffic cameras and requires warrants for drone and phone GPS surveillance - but more needs to be done.17 CommentsOsterstriker+128
2013 Nov 01 Google is "the NSA's leading vendor"15 CommentsTheCreepyLine+128
2014 Jul 06 List of URLs censored on Google by "Right to be Forgotten" ruling6 Commentsafaqurk+128
2014 Sep 16 Yahoo slams new 'digital will' law, says users have privacy when they die11 Commentsantdude+128
2015 Jan 01 NSA spying in Vienna detailed at Chaos meet0 Commentsai565ai565+128
2015 Jan 22 Obama's cybersecurity plan: Share a password, click a link, go to prison as a hacker8 CommentsKerberos53+128
2015 Feb 04 Facebook’s new privacy policy lets it track you even when you are not on Facebook35 Commentsswtt+128
2015 May 02 25% of the Encrypted downstream traffic in North America is consumed by BitTorrent transfers, second only to YouTube.9 CommentsTheBeginnerr+128
2015 Aug 13 Windows 10 phones home to Microsoft even if you change privacy settings7 Commentspantomime-horse+128
2016 Jun 27 Facebook is using phone location to suggest new friends - could be a privacy disaster10 Commentsbraaak+128
2016 Aug 24 Word Games: What the NSA Means by “Targeted” Surveillance Under Section 7027 CommentsTheLantean+128
2016 Oct 25 AT&T Is Spying on Americans for Profit. New documents reveal the telecom giant is doing NSA-style work for law enforcement—without a warrant—and earning millions of dollars a year from taxpayers.2 Commentstrai_dep+128
2012 May 05 EFF: DOJ official says "that requiring a search warrant to obtain location tracking information from cell phones would "cripple" prosecutors and law enforcement officials. We couldn't disagree more3 Commentsmaxwellhill+127
2012 Aug 27 The New York Times Reminds Us the NSA Still Warrantlessly Wiretaps Americans, and Congress Has the Power to Stop It2 CommentsEquanimousMind+127
2013 Jan 12 Heavily redacted FBI files shine light on clandestine cellphone tracking tool that "covertly dupes phones within a specific area into hopping onto a fake network."16 Commentsgaryrbtsn+127
2013 Feb 08 Anonymous leak indicates Seattle Police Dept can control surveillance cameras from squad cars3 Commentsr3b3lang3l+127
2013 Mar 15 Tell me, Mr. Anderson, what good are your privacy settings, if I will block my content with a nag screen?47 Commentsjonr+127
2013 Jul 24 White House scrambles to shut down imminent vote to defund NSA spying4 Commentswhitefangs+127
2013 Jul 27 When wiretaps won't do, the CIA's 'black bag' squads get data the old-fashioned way3 CommentsNewThoughtsForANewMe+127
2013 Nov 24 1968 in 2013: Democrats vs. Themselves. "Democrats from the Bay Area and Chicago, representing safe blue seats, who were outspoken about surveillance abuses at one point....[are] carrying the Bush administration’s water because it’s now President Obama holding the glass."9 CommentsShahid-Buttar+127
2015 Jan 04 Why are free proxies free? because it's an easy way to collect data from thousands of users [x-post from /r/netsec]10 Commentssubrosa-io+127
2015 Feb 19 NSA/GCHQ hacked into company producing SIM cards for cellphones to steal call encryption keys7 Commentsgsuberland+127
2015 Jul 24 Meet the woman who's helping bring Tor to the masses, an AIDS activist turned internet privacy advocate13 Commentsjuliana_r+127
2015 Oct 12 LogMeIn to Buy LastPass in $125 Million Deal68 Commentszab1e+127
2016 May 26 Once more, a judge rules against gov’t in Tor-enabled child porn case12 Commentsruskeeblue+127
2016 Oct 10 5 Corporations Now Dominate Our Privatized Intelligence Industry0 Commentseleitl+127
2017 Jan 11 Privacy Advocates Warn of Potential Surveillance Through Listening Devices Like Amazon Echo, Google Home17 Commentsquantumcipher+127
2012 Sep 07 FBI launches $1 billion face recognition project 6 CommentsEquanimousMind+126
2013 Jul 21 The argument "I have nothing to hide" loses all its power when you consider that the aim of US surveillance is not to catch criminals, but to change the laws of other countries, and of the US itself.6 Commentselverloho+126
2013 Jul 25 House Defeats Effort to Rein In N.S.A. Data Gathering7 Commentsmolo1134+126
2013 Aug 17 Dutch ebook sellers promise to spy on everyone's reading habits, share them with "anti-piracy" group7 CommentsBigJohnDoe+126
2013 Sep 05BigBrother N.S.A. Foils Much Internet Encryption16 Commentsshadypants+126
2013 Nov 24 Google is monitoring uploads for the FBI28 Commentsd7GGG1+126
2014 Feb 10 Wozniak: Cloud Technology Just Isn't Safe From Surveillance19 Commentstrilbey+126
2014 May 26 [HTTPS-Everywhere] HTTPS-Everywhere needs to be on firefox addons34 Commentssimplesammm+126
2014 Sep 08 reddit now (officially) supports full-site HTTPS, including a new preference setting to exclusively connect through HTTPS18 CommentsPhotonicSpace+126
2014 Dec 06 Baltimore PD is using a fake cell phone tower to intercept phone calls.12 CommentsCryptoComPw+126
2014 Dec 28 On Christmas Eve, NSA quietly releases 12 years worth of internal reports1 CommentsCapnTrip+126
2015 Mar 08 NSA Global Spy Stations Revealed: 'Sniff It All, Collect It All, Know It All, Process It All1 CommentsTheAgoristReport+126
2015 Dec 25 NSA aided GCHQ in finding holes in Juniper products4 CommentsmWo12+126
2016 Mar 14 "Last Week Tonight with John Oliver" (HBO): Encryption (18m01s)21 Commentslurking_quietly+126
2016 Apr 18 By next year, Moscow’s subway will be scanning your face from the moment you walk in12 CommentsRyydA+126
2016 Dec 17 2016's biggest privacy threat: Your phone15 CommentsCapnTrip+126
2012 Aug 27 TPP: the Son of ACTA will oblige America and other countries to throw out privacy, free speech and due process for easier copyright enforcement0 CommentsEuroRaver1+125
2012 Sep 22 New Jersey bans smiling in driver's license photos - Smiles mess up facial recognition software20 Commentsellie50+125
2012 Oct 22 Got my password in the clear, did i word it correctly?49 Commentsmakesureimjewish+125
2013 Apr 11Political CISPA Amendment Proves Everyone's Fears Were Justified While Failing To Assuage Them0 Commentswhitefangs+125
2013 Oct 12 FISA Court Rubber Stamps Continued Collection Of Metadata On Every Single Phone Call8 Commentskismor+125
2014 Sep 18 Middle-School Dropout Codes Clever Chat Program That Foils NSA Spying18 Commentspeter_tonoli+125
2014 Sep 21 Home Depot ignored security warnings for years, employees say: Old antivirus, infrequent scans, and a security architect who pled guilty to sabotage.9 Commentsdavidreiss666+125
2014 Sep 25 Terror laws clear Senate, enabling entire Australian web to be monitored and whistleblowers to be jailed17 Comments4ZA+125
2015 Jan 22 EU should oblige Internet firms to hand over encryption keys, the European Union’s Counter-Terrorism Coordinator has advised.20 CommentsLibertatea+125
2015 Jun 20 DEA offices in Miami, SF, New Orleans, Philly have upgraded Stingrays to "Hailstorm" gear (can bypass carrier LTE encryption)4 Commentsjohnmountain+125
2016 May 11 FBI Seeks to Exempt Its Massive Biometric Database From Federal Privacy Law1 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+125
2016 Jul 20 Russia Asks For The Impossible With Its New Surveillance Laws7 CommentsblackVPN+125
2017 Jan 11 If an app asks for an irrelevant permission, then it's using the permission to serve you tailored ads32 Commentsgahgeer-is-back+125
2013 Jun 06 What We Don't Know About Spying on Citizens Is Scarier Than What We Know - Bruce Schneier3 Commentsourari+124
2013 Sep 21 We might be irritated by the surveillance cameras in the local supermarket but tolerate the way our phones track our every move. Maintaining the right of privacy cannot be relegated to the individual or turned into a personal responsibility, according to Swedish researchers.7 CommentsLibertatea+124
2013 Nov 16 Google, Microsoft & Facebook Grilled at European Parliament Over NSA Partnership, Backdoors & Payments1 CommentsMACR0HARD+124
2014 May 22 The state Supreme Court ruled last week that police are allowed to search vehicles without a warrant.54 CommentsPizzaReel+124
2014 Sep 20 Google's Doubleclick ad servers exposed millions of computers to malware39 CommentsblackVPN+124
2014 Nov 23 NSA Backdoor Exploit in Windows 8 Uncovered (x-post from r/worldpolitics)34 CommentsAndrewsk1+124
2015 Sep 05 Angry reactions on Compuserve (an early Reddit) over Microsoft's collection of Application installation data. [20 years ago - Windows 95].20 CommentsJaseoldboss+124
2016 Jul 09 Facebook making impossible connections91 Commentsratstroke+124
2016 Aug 04 Comcast: ISPs should be able to sell your Web history to advertisers9 CommentsblackVPN+124
2016 Sep 28 The Proper Channels For Whistleblowing Still Mostly A Good Way For Messengers To Get Shot4 Commentsourari+124
2016 Nov 10 Trump Election Ignites Fears Over U.S. Encryption, Surveillance Policy10 CommentsmWo12+124
2016 Dec 06 'My Friend Cayla' doll records children's conversations for "a wide variety of purposes"8 Commentsjackmusclescarier+124
2012 Oct 29 Yahoo Will Ignore IE 10's "Do Not Track." Their justification? "The DNT signal from IE10 doesn't express user intent" and "DNT can be easily abused."29 Commentsmepper+123
2013 Aug 23 EFF Victory Results in Release of Secret Court Opinion Finding NSA Surveillance Unconstitutional0 Commentspoisondentrail+123
2013 Nov 27 Instead of asking what the NSA can legally do, maybe we should be asking what they think they CAN'T do. So: what can't they do? Each new Snowden reveal drops my jaw.32 Commentsakambe+123
2013 Dec 20 Verizon to publish reports on surveillance requests, wants to detail NSA efforts15 Commentslost_profit+123
2014 Mar 01 How do we stop the NSA? [Serious]119 CommentsPsychedelic_Cosmos+123
2014 Jul 29 The Budding Science of Chatroom Forensics - Anything you say—& how you say it—can be used against you in the court of law.26 Commentsanutensil+123
2015 Mar 05 Don't accept spying 'erosion of our privacy'0 Commentsjimmyradola+123
2015 Jun 06 Two years after Snowden, internet privacy is still a diplomatic thorn0 CommentsMattSecurity+123
2015 Aug 23 Jeb Bush thinks if your data is encrypted, the terrorists win | TheGuardian10 CommentsQU35710NM04R+123
2015 Oct 18 NYPD won't disclose what it does with its secret military-grade X-ray vans / Boing Boing9 Commentsog_by_monsanto+123
2016 Jan 10 Facebook, Microsoft and Google Say U.K. Spying Laws Are ‘Step in the Wrong Direction’10 CommentsmWo12+123
2016 Apr 09 Leaked Senate bill attacks end-to-end encryption6 CommentsRationalMind888+123
2016 Apr 19 EFF Sues for Secret Court Orders Requiring Tech Companies to Decrypt Users’ Communications0 Commentsspeckz+123
2016 Nov 17 iPhones Secretly Send Call History To Apple, Security Firm Says5 Commentsondondil+123
2016 Dec 03 Any tips on Combating/Surviving the "Snoopers Charter" in the UK?54 CommentsHairyNerd+123
2012 Jul 15 HOPE 9: Whistleblower Binney says the NSA is pulling together all the data about virtually every U.S. citizen in the country, assembling that information, building communities that you have relationships with, and knowledge about you; what your activities are; what you're doing.14 Commentsr3b3lang3l+122
2012 Aug 17 "There is no cookie. We don't track, we don't profile, what you do is not discoverable by a search engine. We are not going to suggest who your friends are, we are not going to use facial recognition. You own your content, you can delete your account."21 CommentsImNickJames+122
2013 Mar 22 Privacy 101: Skype Leaks Your Location20 CommentsCrashOverron+122
2013 Nov 12 Time to forgive Ed Snowden and let him come home - He did us a huge favor.10 Commentsmobileview+122
2014 Feb 17 Obama DOJ's New Abuse of State-Secrets Privilege Revealed8 CommentsVanzler+122
2014 Oct 06 Stop Australia's Data Retention Bill3 CommentsblackVPN+122
2014 Oct 17 FBI Director Ignores 4th Amendment in Call for Encryption 'Back Doors'4 CommentsCrankyBear+122
2015 Mar 08 Don’t trust your phone, don’t trust your laptop – this is the reality that Snowden has shown us (x-post /r/technology)3 CommentsJoyousCacophony+122
2015 Apr 10 Google Is Not What It Seems - Julian Assange11 Commentsnomalaise+122
2015 Oct 08 DuckDuckGo CEO: 'It's a myth you need to track people to make money in web search'13 Commentscrossbreed55+122
2016 Feb 26 Mozilla sides with Apple against FBI - proposes basic principles for government surveillance2 CommentsmWo12+122
2016 Apr 17 Borderline spyware being promoted by big news outlet [rant] x-post /r/Android16 CommentsI-Have-N0-Username+122
2016 Jun 02 FBI Kept Demanding Email Records Despite DOJ Saying It Needed A Warrant2 CommentsAnonymousAurele+122
2016 Jun 13 Hacker puts 51 million file sharing accounts for sale on dark web20 Commentsconsistentt+122
2012 Dec 02 Senate Committee Approves Stricter Email Privacy: The bill would strengthen privacy protection for e-mails by requiring law enforcement officials to obtain a warrant before gaining access to messages in individual accounts stored electronically3 Commentsmepper+121
2012 Dec 21 xkcd: Instagram36 Commentsani625+121
2013 Mar 16 Telecoms firm hails 'significant victory' as judge orders halt to FBI's data demands - Credo speaks for first time after judge orders US government to stop issuing 'national security letters' to access citizens' data0 CommentsTuneRaider+121
2013 Apr 24 How to Prevent the 'Do Not Track' Arms Race - "so begins the arms race, whereby the digital cookies currently used to track user habits are blocked by the browsers -- only to have the advertisers respond with even more sophisticated tracking methods like digital fingerprinting."22 CommentsTuneRaider+121
2013 Jun 27 Forward secrecy: A simple SSL tweak could protect you from GCHQ/NSA snooping. Let's start demanding all major services who are already using SSL support this29 Commentswhitefangs+121
2013 Aug 05 U.S. directs agents to cover up program used to investigate Americans0 Commentsillorum+121
2014 Feb 24 Florida Man Sues Over Unlawful Wiretapping Arrest4 CommentsNewThoughtsForANewMe+121
2014 Dec 29 License Plate Reader Technology Looks At Faces: "Police and private companies link facial recognition software to databases that track motorists."8 Commentstrot-trot+121
2015 May 28 UK Government Goes Full Orwell: Snooper's Charter, Encryption Backdoors, Free Speech Suppression17 CommentsblackVPN+121
2015 Jul 15 Do Encrypted Phones Threaten National Security? - A legislator compares manufacturing devices with strong, end-to-end encryption to dumping toxic waste in a stream.5 Commentsanutensil+121
2015 Jul 31 All NSA Documents, organized into chapters with subsections by date (pdf)(2015)12 Commentsthemarketliberal+121
2016 Jan 28 Microsoft's new web browser reportedly tracks the websites you visit — even when you ask it not to8 Commentssabrinadestiny00+121
2016 Feb 04 Facebook cripples chat encryption app that promised users extra privacy11 CommentsNighthawkFencer+121
2016 Apr 28 Consumers should also "stop filling out every form they see on the Internet," Scott added. "You don't have to put your real name in if you want to download an e-book."11 CommentsDeeganwa_Eden5+121
2016 Jul 07 FBI Cameras in Seattle Need to Be Regulated by the Public — Not Secretly Imposed on the Public6 Commentsaclu+121
2016 Sep 26 This Page Lets You Disable a Lot of Google's Activity Tracking9 Commentsspeckz+121
2012 Jul 13 Facebook scans chats and posts for criminal activity28 CommentsUlkeshNaranek+120
2012 Oct 17 Silent Circle, a new "surveillance-proof" app to secure communications has governments nervous54 CommentsOsterstriker+120
2012 Nov 28 I Do Not Consent to the Search of this Device15 Commentsblogger4DC+120
2012 Dec 26 Mark Zuckerberg's Sister Should Just Admit She Doesn't Understand Facebook's Privacy Rules Either4 CommentsUlkeshNaranek+120
2013 Jun 21 GCHQ taps fibre-optic cables for secret access to world's communications | Exclusive: British spy agency collects and stores vast quantities of global email messages, Facebook posts, internet histories and calls, and shares them with NSA, latest documents from Edward Snowden reveal2 CommentsJawnSchirring+120
2013 Aug 10 Lavabit's Ladar Levison: 'If You Knew What I Know About Email, You Might Not Use It'1 Commentsliefj+120
2013 Aug 27 Facebook users in Sponsored Stories can get $15 each, court rules -- "User photos were used to endorse products they had 'liked' without their permission and often without their knowledge. Worse still, there was no opt-out."5 Commentsmepper+120
2013 Sep 19 DHS funding surveillance on the local level3 CommentsShahid-Buttar+120
2014 Aug 15 Google snoops on Gmail to catch pedophiles66 Commentsdigbata+120
2015 Jul 12 "If You've Got Nothing to Hide…"39 Commentsdavey_b+120
2015 Aug 29 Judges Give NSA More Time to Suck Up Your Data - The program collected information from billions of calls made by Americans.4 Commentsanutensil+120
2016 Mar 03 The Guardian view on surveillance: keep a vigilant eye on the snoopers0 Commentspolymute+120
2017 Jan 16 Google reveals its servers all contain custom security silicon22 CommentsAnonymousAurele+120
2012 Nov 03 Why do we accept CCTV's but not a creepy guy with a camcorder?31 Commentsandyinindy+119
2012 Dec 25 Netflix succesfully lobbies Congress to ammend Video Privacy Protection Act, your rental history can now be shared with a blanket consent.30 Commentsindefinitearticle+119
2014 Jan 17 TAILS declared one of the top 7 best Linux distros for 2014 by Linux.com36 CommentsNOT_BRIAN_POSEHN+119
2014 Feb 03 US Air Force in the business of DoS Attacks? Sure killed our server for a few minutes...15 CommentsThe_WebNinja+119
2014 Feb 19 Department of Homeland Security invests $6.9 million to spy on Boston commuters6 Commentsquantumcipher+119
2014 Mar 12 I submit to you a response I receiver from Feinstein weeks before this all happened in which she stated spying on the American people was not happening14 Commentsmmofan+119
2014 Mar 19 Edward Snowden: Here's how we take back the Internet | Talk Video19 CommentssnomanDS+119
2014 Aug 05 Russian Gang Amasses Over a BILLION Internet Passwords29 CommentsblackVPN+119
2014 Aug 19 How to Save the Net: Don’t Give In to Big ISPs15 CommentsblackVPN+119
2014 Dec 16 Cops illegally nailed webcam to utility pole for 6 weeks to spy on house18 CommentsCapnTrip+119
2015 Jun 14 How much info did hackers steal on US spies? Try all of it (This is important - they are trying to blame Snowden for this even though it had nothing to do with him and it was all due to their incompetence)5 Commentsjohnmountain+119
2015 Jul 30 Vizio's IPO Filing Reveals How It Monitors What You Watch33 CommentsTangoWhisky+119
2015 Aug 15 Mozilla tests a true stealth mode for Firefox15 CommentsSomaPavamana+119
2015 Sep 27 Pirate Party Runs Privacy Campaign Ads on YouPorn0 CommentsiaTeALL+119
2015 Oct 14 Video - TPP: The Dirtiest Trade Deal You've Never Heard Of1 Commentspizzaiolo_+119
2015 Nov 19 Ironically, this UK bill is despite findings that broad-based surveillance doesn’t help prevent terrorist attacks. Also, the FBI is using the Paris attacks to justify mandating a “back door” into encryption, even though there’s quite a lot of evidence that attackers didn’t use it.2 Commentswheeler1432+119
2015 Nov 27 ‘Going dark’: Smartphone encryption debate heats up with no sign of legislative solution10 CommentsmWo12+119
2016 Aug 22 EFF blasts Microsoft over Windows 10 privacy concerns1 Commentsbitbybitbybitcoin+119
2016 Sep 10 Any news on France and Microsoft regarding the advertising tracking on Windows 10?5 CommentsItsNotHectic+119
2016 Nov 07 Can I say how creepy it is I was talking to a friend about taking a trip WITHOUT Google searching, then a few minutes later I got on Youtube and saw an ad for exactly the same place we were talking about going to?55 Commentsheykarlll+119
2017 Jan 21Old News Beware of ads that use inaudible sound to link your phone, TV, tablet, and PC17 Commentsplato_thyself+119
2013 Mar 02 My GP sent my insurance co. some medical records without my permission. Here's their lame non-apology for the data protection breach:15 Commentsosolon+118
2013 Mar 07 Google Glass: You'll kiss your privacy goodbye, and you won't mind a bit108 Commentsi_eat_cereal_AMA+118
2013 Mar 13 google fined $7m for privacy violation (collecting information from open wifi networks with Street View cars)57 Commentsmirth23+118
2013 May 17 Report: London no safer for all its CCTV cameras18 CommentsStealthyRich+118
2013 Jun 08 NSA Prism: Why I'm boycotting US cloud tech - and you should too5 Commentstigerweeds+118
2013 Aug 27 Bruce Schneier: Detaining David Miranda - "Going after the loved ones of state enemies is a typically thuggish tactic, but it's not a very good one in this case. The Snowden documents will get released. There's no way to put this cat back in the bag, not even by killing the principal players"6 Commentsmepper+118
2013 Sep 02 It is far easier to identify TOR users than previously thought, a newly leaked paper shows.15 CommentsTam1+118
2013 Sep 13 E-Z pass tags are being read outside of toll-booths13 Commentspigfish+118
2014 Feb 06 Get ready: the day we fight back against mass surveillance is coming | Lawmakers must understand that we will no longer tolerate a surveillance state. An online protest on 11 February is a first step - Dan Gillmor13 Commentskulkke+118
2014 Apr 01 Was reading Google I/O FAQ when8 CommentsAblueuser+118
2014 Apr 05 Hailstorm: Secret military device lets Oakland deputies track cellphones21 Commentsquantumcipher+118
2014 May 01 White House Says It Can Withhold Vulnerabilities If It Will Help Them Catch 'Intellectual Property Thieves'58 Commentsk-h+118
2015 Jan 11 GM OnStar to 'Monitor Driving Habits' for 'Possible Insurance Discounts'28 Commentsquantumcipher+118
2015 Apr 28 Prosecutors dropped (14) charges Monday against a woman from St. Charles whose case is linked to a controversial cellphone surveillance technology0 Commentsjohnmountain+118
2016 Dec 14 Freedom of Press Foundation Asks Canon, Nikon, and Other Camera Manufacturers to Sell Encrypted Cameras12 CommentsSoCo_cpp+118
2012 Jul 19 EFF: Americans may not realize it, but many are in a face recognition database now11 CommentsUlkeshNaranek+117
2013 Jan 29 Twitter reveals US government makes 80% of info requests5 CommentsVedlen+117
2013 Mar 05 Privacy is no longer free?44 Commentsmagzma16+117
2013 Jul 21 Report: Germany used key NSA surveillance program5 CommentsNewThoughtsForANewMe+117
2013 Dec 11 Protecting Email Privacy is First Step to Ending Unconstitutional Mass Surveillance8 Commentsr_d_olivaw+117
2013 Dec 19 The Right Question for the NSA - The constitutional underpinning of the metadata-collection program has been shattered because a judge doubted a precedent that no one else would.5 Commentsanutensil+117
2014 Jan 03 Big Brother’s little siblings: How local police departments are spying on us now, too1 Commentskulkke+117
2014 Jan 19 I believe that online retailers, banks, etc. should offer the option of sending your emails encrypted with pgp if the option is chosen15 CommentsDu_mich_auch+117
2014 Feb 16 VAC now reads all the domains you have visited and sends it back to their servers hashed31 CommentsKmlkmljkl+117
2014 Mar 16 Missouri house bans cellphone tracking without a warrant, 134-134 Commentsquantumcipher+117
2014 May 26 It's Time to Nongoogle Everything - A Call to Migrate to More Private Search Engines En Masse8 Comments897rds+117
2014 Aug 08 The Toronto Police Videotaped Strip-Search Chambers During the G2011 Commentsquantumcipher+117
2014 Aug 14 You can use your phone to film the police, even if they tell you not to24 Commentsspeckz+117
2014 Aug 17 NSA BIOS Backdoor a.k.a. God Mode Malware Part 1: DEITYBOUNCE14 Commentselectronics-engineer+117
2014 Oct 11 TED: Glenn Greenwald - Why privacy matters2 CommentsDeku-shrub+117
2015 Feb 11 EFF tells UN: Anonymity and Encryption are the Guardians of Free Expression3 CommentsKerberos53+117
2015 May 30 Patriot Act: Tomorrow, Rand Paul will force the expiration of NSA's illegal spy program6 Commentsjohnmountain+117
2015 Jul 12 Amazon Is Data Mining Reviewers’ Personal Relationships4 Commentssysrq_c+117
2015 Aug 19 Study Finds ‘Supercookies’ Used Outside U.S.6 Commentsraven_tamer+117
2015 Sep 18 In a spectacular failure of a “back door” designed to give law enforcement exclusive access to private places, hackers have made the “master keys” for TSA-recognized luggage locks available to anyone with a 3D printer7 Commentsmikebiox+117
2015 Sep 19 A Conversation with Edward Snowden by Neil deGrasse Tyson2 Commentsblowupbadguys+117
2015 Nov 21 John McCain wants to outlaw encryption that the US government can't crack.21 CommentsLucky_Duhk+117
2016 Mar 16 Apple v FBI: "Should the government have carte blanche rights to force anyone to work for them? Should the privacy of people’s entire past be subject to a warrant?...The questions that the [DOJ] is posing, at the very core of the matter, are questions of whether or not we should be a free people."2 CommentsMrEdgarFriendly+117
2016 May 21 Bigger Brother: The Exponential Law of Privacy Loss - The New Yorker (2011)5 Comments0moi+117
2016 Aug 11 Julian Assange suggests DNC staffer was shot dead for being a 'source'14 CommentsmWo12+117
2012 Apr 11 A new ISP pledges to put your privacy first - always7 Commentsmaxwellhill+116
2013 Jan 19 111 Blacked Out Pages Is How Much the DOJ Wants You to Know About Your Right to Privacy5 Commentsiridesce+116
2013 Jul 01 James Clapper is still lying to America0 Commentswhitefangs+116
2013 Sep 21 LinkedIn Accused of Hacking Customers’ E-Mails to Get Contacts24 Commentsantdude+116
2014 Apr 15 “Brightest Flashlight” Android app disclosed location of 50 million people, but FTC imposes no fine -- "What happens if you install secret tracking software on the phones of tens of millions of people and sell their location to advertisers? Not much"11 Commentsmepper+116
2014 May 24 "Microsoft to the FBI: Drop dead"--important news about, among other things, Microsoft Corporation's successful challenge of a National Security Letter21 Commentsclaird+116
2014 Jun 29 FBI Issued 19,000 National Security Letters In 201313 CommentsblackVPN+116
2014 Sep 29 ASIO is getting new powers to wiretap Australia and immunity from criminal and civil prosecution. I decided to redesign their logo.6 Commentsreactive_ennui+116
2014 Nov 19 The New Yorker's take1 Commentsree177+116
2014 Dec 18 Assange: "The son of a bitch is me" - statement on the sentencing hearing of US journalist Barrett Brown4 Commentsdr_albright+116
2015 May 21 Mark Zuckerberg just dropped another $100M to protect his privacy3 CommentsMattSecurity+116
2015 Aug 26 XKeyscore: A Dubious Deal with the NSA. Germany's domestic intelligence agency, the BfV, received the coveted software program XKeyscore from the NSA – and promised data from Germany in return.16 Commentstrai_dep+116
2015 Sep 24PDF Local school system requiring students to give up passwords to Apple account to use required iPads. Should parents complain?29 Commentspercyandjasper+116
2015 Oct 22 Senate moves ahead with CISA, nixes Rand Paul's amendment to make companies liable3 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+116
2015 Dec 03 Microsoft Makes Windows 10 Automatic Spying Worse29 CommentsmWo12+116
2015 Dec 16 FBI’s "National Security Letters" Threaten Online Speech and Privacy - EFF1 CommentsblackVPN+116
2016 Jan 22 FBI ran website sharing thousands of child porn images19 Commentssupersadtrueprivacy+116
2016 Mar 18 77 Percent of Google Internet Traffic Now Encrypted | News & Opinion6 Commentsflaggwiz+116
2016 Aug 26 WhatsApp’s Privacy Cred Just Took a Big Hit19 Comments-code-+116
2012 Jul 22 Debunking The Dangerous "If You Have Nothing To Hide, You Have Nothing To Fear"6 Commentsmaxwellhill+115
2013 Apr 14 Facebook vs Google: The loser is your privacy11 Commentsnavajoknows+115
2013 Jun 09 PRISM vs Tor11 Commentsliefj+115
2013 Jul 26 Leaders Of The 9/11 Commission Say NSA Surveillance Has Gone Too Far5 Commentsmepper+115
2013 Aug 06 Reddit Enhancement Suite needs permission to... what?!65 Commentshellomynamesbruce+115
2013 Aug 11 "FISC could dismantle a stubborn e-mail service provider, or Facebook, piece by piece. An angry FISA court could demand increasingly severe fines, identify more and more officers for jail time, and make it impossible for Facebook to operate within the US by issuing more (and more invasive) warrants"1 CommentsLibertatea+115
2013 Sep 23 Twenty-Year-Old Requirement For 'Real-time, Full-time' Eavesdropping On Canadian Mobiles Revealed10 Commentsfreedomfryer+115
2014 Feb 16 Feds want to track your DNA like a license plate; Seek 'biosignature' spying ability to 'identify, locate specific individuals'13 Commentsquantumcipher+115
2014 Jul 13 Edward Snowden condemns Britain's emergency surveillance bill0 Commentsmarx2k+115
2014 Dec 13 The Guardian view on the freedom of the internet: it’s under attack around the world0 CommentsblackVPN+115
2015 Aug 23 Is there a complete guide to disabling options for privacy in windows 10?65 Commentsdsuperheld+115
2016 Feb 27 EFF pushes forward with new amicus brief in case against NSA spying0 CommentsBarmagluk+115
2016 Apr 01 Facebook is Watching You Play Games on Your Oculus Rift10 CommentsIntimmynator+115
2016 Oct 03 Tell HP: Still a long way to go to make up for breaking our printers5 CommentsmWo12+115
2013 Jun 06 Report: NSA asked Verizon for records of all calls in the U.S.4 CommentsJawnSchirring+114
2013 Aug 05 Researchers say Tor-targeted malware phoned home to NSA4 CommentsJawnSchirring+114
2013 Dec 15 Google Play Store app review comments now have clickable profiles which lead to comment and rating history and.... you guessed it: public Google+ profiles.25 Commentsniceguyjin+114
2014 Jan 24 Snowden Answers Our Burning Data Collection Question: What’s The Worst That Could Happen?17 CommentsMarieNotMyRealName+114
2014 May 04 Wrongly accused by the electronic surveillance state: Florida put me through automated trial by phone for a toll I didn'€™t owe15 Commentsmonsoony+114
2014 Nov 20 Amnesty launches Detekt tool to scan for state spyware on phones and PCs9 CommentsblackVPN+114
2015 Oct 06 UK spying on its own citizens hasn’t justified the cost to human rights1 CommentsblackVPN+114
2016 Aug 13 French Government Wants A 'Global Initiative' To Undermine Encryption And Put Everyone At Risk6 CommentsblackVPN+114
2017 Jan 01 What are your top PRACTICAL 5 privacy tips that you implemented in 2016?88 Commentscupboard1+114
2012 Oct 18 Boy kicked out of school because he has gene for cystic fibrosis37 Commentstheanswermancan+113
2012 Oct 30 Apparently letting my neighbors know when I vote; where I live; and my full name, is a function Political Consulting Group.18 CommentsSandite5+113
2013 Feb 27 "Copyright Alert System" propaganda video gets so many downvotes on YouTube that they disabled the ratings13 Commentspdschatz+113
2014 Mar 28 After seven years, exactly one person gets off the gov’t no-fly list.20 CommentsAceyJuan+113
2014 Mar 29 Court docs: Keith Alexander admits nobody at the NSA really understood how the phone collection program worked11 CommentsPepperoniBaron+113
2014 Sep 05 This Week in Privacy (August 30 - September 5)18 Commentssurfeasy+113
2014 Sep 23 Tor Challenge Inspires 1,635 Tor Relays12 CommentsTheAgoristReport+113
2014 Dec 15 Over 700 Million People Taking Steps to Avoid NSA Surveillance: Survey shows 60% of Internet users have heard of Edward Snowden, and 39% of these "have taken steps to protect their online privacy and security as a result of his revelations."10 Commentsfunky_vodka+113
2014 Dec 19 San Diego Police Department sued for withholding records about spy technology0 CommentsinewsourceSD+113
2014 Dec 26 NSA waits until Christmas Eve to reveal a decade's worth of mistakes2 Commentsmeyamashi+113
2015 Aug 28 Study: 15% Of Wireless Users Now Tracked By Stealth Headers, Or 'Zombie Cookies'8 CommentsblackVPN+113
2015 Sep 21 Comcast penalized $33 million in California privacy breach2 CommentsGrimPatron09+113
2016 Mar 07 Apple Case Exposes Government Rift Over Encryption Policy3 CommentsmWo12+113
2016 Apr 17 How secure is SSL? What information exactly does https secure?56 Commentsguyfrompakistan+113
2016 Jun 06 Spy agency accidentally shared Canadians’ data with allies for years11 Commentsourari+113
2016 Aug 10 We-Vibe 4 vibrator sends usage data to manufacturer9 Commentscquo8+113
2016 Aug 24 Encryption under fire in Europe as France and Germany call for decrypt law0 Commentseleitl+113
2016 Nov 22 OSTIF is raising money to audit OpenVPN 2.4. Support free software!30 CommentsOSTIFofficial+113
2016 Dec 03 The Trans-Pacific Partnership Is Dead, and That's Good for Internet Freedom3 CommentsevanFFTF+113
2012 Oct 24 Capital One is now selling customers information to spammers. unless you opt-out. 17 CommentsSnappingmyfingers+112
2013 May 14 DOJ's history of ignoring the rules when getting phone records of journalists0 Commentsmeyamashi+112
2013 May 16 Turn on, Tune in, Drop out - A nice promotional poster for I2P (Xpost from /r/i2p)18 CommentsKeepSeeding+112
2013 Sep 26 Again, Reddit needs (full-site) HTTPS27 Commentsneedshumor+112
2013 Dec 23 Germany should ban U.S. contracting companies passing data to NSA: report3 Commentssalvia_d+112
2014 Mar 27 Facebook’s Privacy Checkups Remind Users To Stop Posting Publicly - AKA the Facebook campaign to make people think that they actually give at least 1 fuck about your privacy, but in reality they just realized that by sharing your data with search engines they're bleeding value from their ad platform8 Commentsgen_claire+112
2014 Dec 16 Verizon's new "encryption" app allows NSA and law enforcement to spy on "secure" phone calls5 CommentsPepperoniBaron+112
2015 Feb 15 Edward Snowden talks 'Citizenfour' with Poitras, Greenwald4 Commentswewewawa+112
2015 Feb 28 TorrentFreak: Which VPN Services Take Your Anonymity Seriously? 2015 Edition9 CommentsTheLantean+112
2015 May 22 Encryption Is 'Depressing,' the FBI Says - The FBI is not giving up on encryption backdoors.6 Commentsanutensil+112
2015 Aug 17 Chicago, LA Police Departments Have Been Using 'Stingrays On Steroids' For Over A Decade.6 Commentstrai_dep+112
2015 Dec 09 Toys could be used as spying devices, MPs told (Investigatory Powers Bill)11 CommentsNoxfag+112
2016 Jun 16 Slack’s Top 5 Privacy Mistakes We Can’t Make - from SpiderOak's new collaboration, chat, file-sharing app, Semaphor32 Commentsexplodingsoul+112
2016 Jul 08 Your Privacy is at Risk explained by H3H321 CommentsKhlilo98+112
2016 Sep 13 Guccifer 2.0 releases another 500MB of data from DNC hack9 CommentsMomsAgainstMarijuana+112
2016 Nov 14 Internet Freedom Wanes As Governments Target Messaging, Social Apps8 CommentsDogsindahouse1+112
2012 Aug 18 Scary article, scary glossed-over point: "police were alerted because he used the name of Breivik in email correspondence." How did they know?28 Commentsnjtrafficsignshopper+111
2012 Sep 19 When Privacy Gets Personal For Policymakers: "[It's] amazing how, when public officials discover that they can be at the receiving end of bad privacy policies, it tends to produce an immediate, electric effect on policy."1 Commentsmepper+111
2012 Sep 23 Facebook Disables Face Recognition In EU5 Commentsbased2+111
2013 Mar 16 CNN Opinion: The Internet is a surveillance state9 Commentsdickolsson+111
2013 Apr 08 From strip clubs to theaters, Google Glass won't be welcome everywhere38 Commentskabuki7+111
2013 May 12 am I missing something, or are the privacy options on smartphones severely lacking?20 Commentsgvsteve+111
2013 Jun 13 NSA revelations only 'the tip of the iceberg,' says Dem lawmaker3 CommentsJawnSchirring+111
2014 Jul 07 Computrace - Rootkit built into most bioses55 Commentsilikenwf+111
2014 Jul 26 John Walsh (D-MT), a senator who recently introduced strong anti-NSA legislation, is now suffering in the upcoming election due to the emergence of an allegedly plagiarized paper he wrote as a student [Deleted from /r/news]7 CommentsSuperConductiveRabbi+111
2014 Aug 01 Reddit quietly implemented site-wide SSL, apparently...32 Commentsourari+111
2014 Dec 19 Why the Sony hack is unlikely to be the work of North Korea.4 Commentstrai_dep+111
2015 Feb 22 "The [United States of America] federal committee responsible for nutrition guidelines is calling for the adoption of 'plant-based' diets, taxes on dessert, trained obesity 'interventionists' at worksites, and electronic monitoring of how long Americans sit in front of the television."19 Commentstrot-trot+111
2015 Feb 27 Samsung is still lying about the encryption on its Smart TVs9 Commentsjohnmountain+111
2015 Oct 27 PSA: US Congress votes TODAY on CISA. Contact your congressmen NOW4 Commentsrobbedinsf+111
2016 Feb 20 A New Infographic on TPP and Your Digital Rights2 Commentshugvo+111
2016 Jun 11 Is Facebook listening through phone's mic to every word you say? Yes28 Commentsbi-kitty+111
2016 Jul 01 US courts didn't reject a single wiretap request in 2015, says report5 Commentsarcq+111
2012 Aug 29 NSA Whistleblower Explains How The NSA Is Collecting Data On All Of You (And He's Sorry About It): William Binney is the mathematical genius behind one of the key algorithms the NSA is using to track everyone2 Commentsmaxwellhill+110
2012 Dec 09 ACLU: It's Time to Modernize our Privacy Law - Current loopholes in our privacy laws allow police to access many types of electronic communications -- emails, text messages, private information held by Google and Facebook -- with just an administrative subpoena 4 Commentsshallah+110
2013 May 30 Reporters Tell Attorney General Eric Holder They Won't Agree To 'Off The Record' Meeting As Scale Of Journalist Spying Expands3 Commentswhitefangs+110
2013 Aug 21 NSA gathered thousands of Americans’ e-mails before court struck down program3 Commentsillorum+110
2013 Sep 23 The "independent" NSA review panel has effectively been operating as an arm of the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, which oversees the NSA and all other U.S. spy efforts0 Commentskismor+110
2013 Oct 21 Another US 'Secure' Service Shuts Down: CryptoSeal VPN Goes Dark To Protect Against US Surveillance21 Commentskismor+110
2013 Oct 28 Greenwald: "What we revealed is that the spying system is largely devoted not to terrorists but is directed at innocent people around the world."10 Commentskismor+110
2013 Nov 12 Germans Rejected: US Unlikely to Offer 'No-Spy' Agreement0 Commentsfabnup+110
2014 Mar 09 July 29, 1990 marked the first day the US ever used active duty military troops on its own citizens. Dubbed Operation Green Sweep, the Army's 7th Infantry Division working with law enforcement established they had immunity from the 4th Amendment.37 Commentsferae_naturae+110
2014 May 11 URME SURVEILLANCE: Chicago artist wants to mass-produce anti-face rec prosthetic of his own face. [xpost from /r/cyberpunk]13 Commentserikangle+110
2014 May 22 Lavabit Founder: Gov’t "Bold-Face Lies" & Mass Surveillance Effort Forced Me to Shut Down My Company4 Commentssalvia_d+110
2014 Aug 23 Records of up to 25,000 Homeland Security staff hacked in cyber-attack of federal contractor handling security clearances. Number could be even greater as DHS warns employees to check bank accounts.9 Commentstrai_dep+110
2015 Jun 05 The same government that can’t safeguard their own data, wants to safeguard the keys to everyone’s data5 CommentsPostNationalism+110
2015 Aug 18 Facebook wasn’t great at respecting privacy in the first place It’s gotten much worse3 CommentsLibertatea+110
2015 Oct 21 UK Goes Full Orwell: Government To Take Children Away From Parents If They Might Become Radicalized | Techdirt9 Commentslabatts_blue+110
2016 Sep 28 Apple Logs Your iMessage Contacts — and May Share Them With Police16 Commentssamfbiddle+110
2016 Nov 15 French government creates illegal database on over 60 million citizens5 Commentsn0ahbody+110
2017 Jan 16 Why Google, Microsoft and Amazon love the sound of your voice15 Commentsjosourcing+110
2012 May 09 Password Protection Act: Ban bosses asking for Facebook passwords12 CommentsUlkeshNaranek+109
2012 Jul 26 US Senator Al Franken (D-MN) is proposing an amendment that would remove the worst part of the Cybersecurity Act of 2012 -- the provisions that permit monitoring the private communications and countermeasures of Internet users6 Commentsmepper+109
2012 Oct 03 Whatever Happened to Civil Liberties? Under Obama, Democrats have embraced the national security state. 37 Commentswza+109
2013 Jan 18 Draft bill would make mobile developers delete your stored data6 CommentsUlkeshNaranek+109
2013 Feb 01 Salary details of ONE THIRD of Americans shared with credit agency Equifax in 'biggest privacy breach in our time'3 Commentsantdude+109
2013 Oct 14 Stanford researchers discover ‘alarming’ method for phone tracking, fingerprinting through sensor flaws | The Technology Chronicles [Repost from r/technology]12 Commentszzay+109
2014 Apr 23 This totally creepy art project will make you think twice about NSA mass surveillance11 Commentsstreetlite+109
2014 Apr 30 The NSA Isn't Just Spying on Us, It's Also Undermining Internet Security1 Commentswewewawa+109
2014 May 04 The NSA Isn’t Evil, It’s Trying To Protect Us, Says PayPal’s Max Levchin44 Commentskonoplya+109
2015 Feb 19 Lenovo shipped laptops with SSL MitM adware17 CommentsKesseki+109
2015 Mar 19 Filming cops from within a 25-foot radius could be illegal in Texas12 CommentsG3rby123+109
2015 Mar 30 Snowden leaks are affecting the way americans view privacy0 CommentsICLOAK+109
2015 Jun 10 EFF and ACLU Ask Appeals Court to Rule that Use of NSA’s Warrantless Surveillance in a Criminal Case Is Unconstitutional2 CommentsKerberos53+109
2015 Aug 14 Facebook canceled a student's internship after he highlighted a massive privacy issue6 Commentsreaderseven+109
2015 Sep 17 Obama edges toward full support for encryption – but does he understand what that means?26 Commentsmikebiox+109
2016 Nov 07 Facial Recognition Technology Raises Privacy Concerns4 CommentsQipeki+109
2012 Aug 13 TrapWire: International Surveillance Coordination Network4 Commentssalvia_d+108
2012 Aug 31 If you're looking for an alternative to Google search that doesn't track your activity, try DuckDuckGo20 Commentstrans1st+108
2012 Nov 12 Big Brother UK: 8 million children recorded on massive secret database10 CommentsUlkeshNaranek+108
2013 Feb 16 Unite with Namecheap in the fight against CISPA and to protect our internet freedoms. Namecheap to donate to EFF.org and the fight against CISPA. Increase this donation amount by raising awareness now!0 Commentswhitefangs+108
2013 Jun 06 Confirmed: The NSA is Spying on Millions of Americans3 Commentspeter_tonoli+108
2013 Jul 31 The Obama administration has declassified a secret order directing Verizon Communications to turn over a vast number of Americans’ phone records, and it plans to disclose the document Wednesday morning in time for a Senate hearing2 Commentsmepper+108
2013 Oct 22 VPN Provider CryptoSeal Shuts Down After Lavabit Case Undermines Security - It may be forced to hand over its encryption keys to United States authorities. Shutting down, the company says, is the only solution to protect customer privacy.5 Commentsani625+108
2013 Nov 18 People Who Have Fought Successfully Against Surveillance2 Commentsfabnup+108
2014 Mar 20 Hacked invoices show how much Microsoft charges the FBI for your information2 Commentstrilbey+108
2014 Aug 10 How to Use Your Cat to Hack Your Neighbor’s Wi-Fi | Threat Level24 CommentsMaxcactus+108
2015 Mar 21 Apple seemingly attempts to determine your location even when Location Services are turned off13 Commentschrisgagne+108
2016 Feb 21 Note that Firefox 44 will change "ask every time" cookie preferences to "always accept".22 CommentsLiquid_Reality+108
2016 Mar 15 DOJ threatened to seize iOS source code unless Apple complies with court order in FBI case11 Commentspolymute+108
2016 Sep 09 Tell FCC to Enforce Its Rules Against Police Using Stingrays | EFF Action Center (x-post from /r/privacypatriots)3 Commentsprivacypatriot+108
2016 Dec 11 How to Survive an Authoritarian Government: Lessons from Polish Resistance3 Commentslarwunia+108
2016 Dec 21 Signal censorship circumvention20 Commentstututtu+108
2012 Oct 30 The Supreme Court exposes Obama's circular logic on wiretapping2 Commentsmeyamashi+107
2013 Apr 13 The Dangers of Surveillance: "Surveillance is harmful because it can chill the exercise of our civil liberties...It also gives the watcher power over the watched, creating the the risk of a variety of other harms"4 Commentsgoghen+107
2013 May 07 Did FBI Counterterrorism Agent Reveal That Feds Now Record All Phone Calls?25 CommentsUlkeshNaranek+107
2013 May 09 FBI Still Doesn't Think It Needs A Warrant To Read Your Email, Despite Court Ruling To The Contrary4 CommentsUlkeshNaranek+107
2013 Jun 02 And the censoring of Jordanian internet begins. RIP cyber freedom.9 Commentstkoudsi+107
2014 Apr 14 /r/technology is automatically censoring all links mentioning NSA, GCHQ, Snowden, or Bitcoin9 Commentsgoldcakes+107
2014 Apr 27 Phone Company Bid to Keep Data From N.S.A. Is Rejected1 Commentsquantumcipher+107
2014 Jun 07 Can someone explain why the BestBuy app needs all of these permissions, especially the circled ones. Seems more than intrusive for a retail stores app.40 CommentsUrALion+107
2014 Sep 09 NSA spied on porn habits of Muslim radicals22 Commentsreaderseven+107
2014 Dec 14 Censorship 2.0: Shadowy forces controlling online conversations9 Commentsbased2+107
2015 Jan 06 ​Mass surveillance breeds self-censorship in democracies – report4 CommentsKamronClark+107
2015 Feb 12 Russia readying for attempt to ban Tor, VPNs and other anonymising tools11 Commentsmepper+107
2015 Jun 16 EFF and Eight Other Privacy Organizations Back Out of NTIA Face Recognition Multi-Stakeholder Process4 Commentsjohnmountain+107
2015 Aug 13 ProtonMail now Open Source25 Commentsjenerikku+107
2015 Sep 01 Reddit stores all your clicked links62 CommentsAGhostFromThePast+107
2015 Sep 08 Porn app took secret photos of users21 Commentsbraaak+107
2016 Feb 03 Maggie Gyllenhaal's latest gig is narrating "Truth and Power," a new documentary series exploring how governments use technology in potentially invasive ways.3 Commentsruskeeblue+107
2016 May 23 High-Ranking Official Reveals How Pentagon Punishes Whistleblowers6 Commentsginger_bredman+107
2016 Aug 22 Omegle, the Popular 'Chat with Strangers' Service Leaks Your Dirty Chats and Personal Info16 Commentsiliketechnews+107
2016 Aug 23 State of Florida appeals Judge's "bitcoin is not money" verdict15 Commentsmu1der+107
2016 Oct 19 Ecuador Cuts Internet Access for Julian Assange to Preserve Neutrality in U.S. Election31 CommentsblackVPN+107
2017 Jan 16 FBI's pre-election sweep of Muslim Americans raises surveillance fears16 CommentsmWo12+107
2012 Apr 29 Just a reminder: Don't print sensitive stuff at home or buy your printer with cash.28 Commentsleviself+106
2012 May 02 Mozilla is first major tech company to denounce CISPA4 CommentsUlkeshNaranek+106
2012 Jul 26 Skype handing over more chat data to law enforcement18 CommentsUlkeshNaranek+106
2012 Aug 05 Anti-SOPA Candidates Running for Congress1 CommentsOsterstriker+106
2012 Dec 15 Haul the NSA before Congress 8 CommentsEquanimousMind+106
2012 Dec 18 German privacy regulator orders Facebook to end its real name policy | ITworld12 Commentsdb3dd9adf4d59c9b76fc+106
2013 May 24 Firefox 21.0 update opts users into sending data to Mozilla23 CommentsJaseoldboss+106
2013 Jun 13 PRISM fears give private search engine DuckDuckGo its best week ever14 Commentsinmersion+106
2013 Jul 15 European firms 'could quit US internet providers over NSA scandal'6 Commentssilpol+106
2013 Jul 25 Feds tell Web firms to turn over user account passwords13 CommentsMuffinMedic+106
2013 Sep 23 Bruce Schneier: NSA Spying Is Making Us Less Safe4 Commentsmaxwellhill+106
2013 Dec 03 Social media passwords off-limits to N.J. employers during interview and after hire23 Commentsdogboi+106
2014 Mar 03 Lavabit's Ladar Levison on Snowden, Why He Shut Down, and How to Beat the NSA9 Commentssalvia_d+106
2014 Apr 21 The Copyright Monopoly's Fundamental Problem Remains The Same: "The fundamental problem with the copyright monopoly today is that it can't coexist with private communications as a concept".0 Commentsdavidreiss666+106
2014 Apr 29 New water records show NSA Utah Data Center likely behind schedule: Since July 2013, NSA's water usage at Bluffdale site has fallen by 55 percent.11 Commentspenguinland+106
2014 Oct 08 Feds 'Hacked' Silk Road Without a Warrant? Perfectly Legal, Prosecutors Argue14 CommentsblackVPN+106
2014 Oct 28 Verizon’s ‘Perma-Cookie’ Is a Privacy-Killing Machine12 Commentsstopmakingsense-org+106
2014 Nov 15 First Snowden. Then tracking you on wheels. Now spies on a plane. Yes, surveillance is everywhere | Trevor Timm | Comment is free | The Guardian0 Commentssd002002+106
2016 Apr 11 Privacy concerns? FBI director Comey trolled online for taping over laptop cam9 Commentswiseprogressivethink+106
2016 Jun 22 Dear Chief Justice John Roberts, Search and Seizure: Does Innocence Matter?2 Commentseduardsnowedin+106
2016 Jul 27 In Secret Battle, Surveillance Court Reined in FBI Use of Information Obtained From Phone Calls3 CommentsmWo12+106
2016 Sep 28 Google, Dropbox the latest US tech giants to sign up to the Privacy Shield22 CommentsVincentLaurent+106
2012 Oct 20 Austrian student challenges Facebook's use of personal data: Max Schrems contends that Facebook collects too much information on its users, keeps it too long and uses it for purposes that violate European privacy laws8 Commentsmaxwellhill+105
2012 Nov 15 How one law student is making Facebook get serious about privacy14 Commentsr3b3lang3l+105
2012 Dec 26 Man Buys Lube at Walmart With Debit Card, Walmart Sends Him E-Mails About Other Lubes He Might Enjoy7 Commentseltondegeneres+105
2013 May 29 EPIC - Senator Paul Introduces Bill to Protect Fourth Amendment, Abolish "Third Party Doctrine"4 Commentsspectyr+105
2013 Nov 02 Meet The Company That Tracks More Phones Than Google Or Facebook15 Commentsgremlinpants+105
2014 Feb 21 Everything You Need to Know About DuckDuckGo, Google's Tiniest, Fiercest Competitor16 Commentsnurwi+105
2014 Nov 06 Destroying freedom in the name of counter-terrorism is making the world more dangerous - Telegraph4 Commentsmjrharris+105
2015 Jun 16 Retailers want to be able to scan your face without your permission13 Commentskerosion+105
2015 Aug 04 FBI Sends Subpoena To Boing Boing Over Its Tor Exit Node, Gets Educated, Goes Away | Techdirt11 Commentsspeckz+105
2015 Dec 01 EFF files complaint with FTC over Google/Chromebooks for collecting and data mining school children’s personal information.4 Commentsbooksnbeer+105
2015 Dec 18 TIL after George Orwell's death, the CIA secretly bought the rights to 1984 and Animal Farm and clandestinely produced the first film version of 1984 and the critically acclaimed animated film version of Animal Farm. (x-Post /r/TodayILearned)5 CommentsProGamerGov+105
2016 Feb 24 Reality Check: McAfee Claims FBI wants to end all encryption not just hack 1 iPhone10 Commentsweiss27md+105
2016 Oct 28 EFF to Supreme Court: Cell Phone Location Data Is Off-Limits to Police Without a Warrant3 CommentsAnonymousAurele+105
2017 Jan 18 Privacy Win: Once More EU Court Rejects Data Retention1 CommentsobsxX+105
2012 Apr 28CISPA Microsoft backs away from CISPA support, citing privacy3 CommentsUlkeshNaranek+104
2013 Jan 17 H&R Block - Wireless Keyboards17 CommentsSoCo_cpp+104
2013 Jul 11 Oliver Stone on NSA Spying2 Commentskoenrh+104
2014 Mar 19 WhatsApp AES Decryption Key leaked. Smooth Move Failbook.22 CommentsgodlikeGadgetry+104
2014 Sep 05 How Your Innocent Smartphone Passes On Almost Your Entire Life to The Secret Service20 Commentskulkke+104
2015 Jan 21 Matthew Green on Twitter: "Putting aside $50 million for software audits and tools would do more for US cybersecurity than an infinite amount of NSA surveillance."10 CommentsThue+104
2015 May 28 NSA says it won't confirm or deny existence of PRISM documents even though the nation's top spy boss confirmed the existence of PRISM documents5 CommentsPepperoniBaron+104
2015 Jun 20 How Private Contractors Have Created a Shadow NSA: A new cybersecurity elite moves between government and private practice, taking state secrets with them.2 Commentsbadbiosvictim1+104
2015 Sep 01 Microsoft slips user-tracking tools into Windows 7, 8 amidst Windows 10 privacy storm3 Commentswhat_deleted_said+104
2016 Feb 20 Apple: an iPhone Backdoor Would Be Reused by China, Russia, and the US4 Commentshugvo+104
2016 Apr 14 Should all locks have keys? Phones, Castles, Encryption, and You. CGP Gray9 Commentsthijser2+104
2016 Jul 12 Congress is going to try to expand the Patriot Act tonight and hopes no one will notice12 Commentsnatavino+104
2016 Dec 30 Facebook Doesn’t Tell Users Everything It Really Knows About Them12 Commentsslash_nick+104
2013 Apr 06 New Documents Reveal DHS Routinely Spies On Peaceful Americans3 CommentsNickSD+103
2013 Jun 08 YSK: Your fellow Redditors have recently launched a political awareness campaign called /r/RestoreTheFourth, dedicated to undoing the US's culture of spying and reclaiming our right to privacy1 CommentsSuperConductiveRabbi+103
2013 Jul 08 Uh oh. It's impossible for the NSA to target only foreigners.2 Commentsmeyamashi+103
2013 Oct 10 NSA’s hardware backdoors may still be a “problem from hell”: NSA compromising of hardware for surveillance highlights the vulnerability of systems to attacks3 Commentsmaxwellhill+103
2013 Nov 15 Google Transparency Report: "Government requests for Google user information double over three years."4 Comments_________lol________+103
2014 Jan 14 Tell Stephen Colbert to join 11 other speakers and boycott the RSA conference to protest them taking a $10 million bribe from the NSA to weaken encryption.3 CommentsevanFFTF+103
2014 Sep 28 Anti-surveillance mask enables you to pass as someone else28 CommentsAgentDoggett+103
2015 Jan 01 Indian email service Zoho rated difficult to crack by the NSA. Score of 4 on a scale from 1 to 527 Commentsronan125+103
2015 Feb 09 Anonymity is dead and other lessons from the Silk Road trial24 CommentsCapnTrip+103
2015 Mar 26 Visions of a New CISPA - "The bill specifically authorizes, if not downright encourages, companies to monitor the activities of their customers."2 Commentsdelapatriot+103
2015 Mar 31 How The TPP Agreement Could Be Used To Undermine Free Speech And Fair Use In The US0 CommentsblackVPN+103
2016 Mar 18 The Law is Clear: The FBI Cannot Make Apple Rewrite its OS5 Commentseberkut+103
2016 Jul 15 UK Gov Says New Home Sec Will Have Powers To Ban End-to-end Encryption21 CommentsblackVPN+103
2016 Sep 28 Police Around the Country Regularly Abuse Law Enforcement Databases1 Commentsgroovecoder+103
2016 Oct 23 The Little-Known Company That Enables Worldwide Mass Surveillance [x-post r/europrivacy]5 Commentsondondil+103
2016 Nov 24 Attention all U.K citizens, please sign this petition to make sure this anti-privacy "law" does not become law.10 CommentsSummerMiracle+103
2012 Oct 12 Facebook Confirms Data Breach and Massive Vulnerability: A security enthusiast has exposed a major flaw in Facebook, one in which nearly every user's phone number can be used to view their personal information19 Commentsmepper+102
2012 Nov 01 Court Says Police Can Install Cameras On Your Property Without Warrant If Your Property Is A 'Field'22 Commentskbondelli+102
2012 Dec 03 Cops to Congress: We need logs of Americans' text messages | Politics and Law - CNET News2 CommentsPurblind+102
2013 Apr 23 Use your personal device for work email? Courts might seize it for work related litigation: "people seem shocked when they learn their personal phone, including email, GPS data, photos ... may be subject to review in litigation involving their employer"17 Commentsgoghen+102
2013 Jul 08 Here’s what can go wrong when the government builds a huge database about Americans3 Commentsicaaso+102
2013 Jul 10 So, You Want to Hide from the NSA? Your Guide to the Nearly Impossible - Philip Bump16 CommentsSomeKindOfMutant+102
2013 Oct 02 Ex-Microsoft privacy advisor: I don't trust Microsoft, thanks to PRISM0 CommentsLibertatea+102
2013 Oct 27 Mozilla's Lightbeam will show you who is watching your internet activity11 Commentsbotherbutt+102
2014 Jan 27 After Snowden: How vulnerable is the internet? | The internet was designed to be free and open. Eight months after Edward Snowden's first leaks of classified information, is that still the case?16 Commentskulkke+102
2014 Jun 22 ‘No judgment, no discretion’: Police records that ruin innocent lives5 Commentswarpzero+102
2014 Jun 23 How opening your wireless to strangers can improve your privacy - In an age of surveillance anxiety, the notion of leaving your Wi-Fi network open & unprotected seems dangerously naive38 Commentsanutensil+102
2014 Sep 16 FBI launches national facial recognition system10 Commentsmuyuu+102
2014 Oct 04 Hackers Cracked 10 Financial Firms in Major Assault7 Commentsjenjm+102
2014 Nov 26 Want to avoid government malware? Ask a former NSA hacker.. | Technology15 Commentseleitl+102
2014 Dec 29 Suit over Facebook’s practice of scanning users’ messages to go forward15 CommentsI_chase_fat_ninjas+102
2015 Mar 30 Feds Demand Reddit Identify Users of a Dark-Web Drug Forum12 Commentsobi-nine+102
2015 Nov 09 DC Court rules the NSA violated Americans' rights2 Commentsjenerikku+102
2016 Feb 10 Hacker breached the DHS and FBI by calling their support, claiming to be a new hire and asking for a remote access to a computer5 Commentssecretguy21+102
2016 Feb 19 Upgrade Your iPhone Passcode to Defeat the FBI’s Backdoor Strategy33 Commentsspeckz+102
2016 Mar 11 How new FBI powers to look through NSA intercepts will exacerbate mass incarceration0 Commentsjmdugan+102
2016 Jul 27 Court Says Bugs The FBI Planted Around California Courthouses Did Not Violate Anyone's Expectation Of Privacy10 Commentsmaxwellhill+102
2012 Jul 03 Kim Dotcom: Joe Biden Ordered the Megaupload Shutdown10 Commentsrwdalpe+101
2012 Oct 28 Is Big Brother the New Normal? The Supreme Court Will Decide5 CommentsUlkeshNaranek+101
2013 Feb 06 And it continues... New Facebook app to track offline users18 CommentsVedlen+101
2013 Mar 06 Vint Cerf, the "father of the Internet": Google services should not require real names -- "I don't think it should be forced on people...anonymity and pseudonymity are perfectly reasonable under some situations"11 Commentsmepper+101
2013 Jun 06 ACLU Petition: Stop The Massive Government Spying Program2 CommentsMLNYC+101
2013 Jul 12 Why Privacy Matters. An ironic statement by 2012 Barack Obama.12 Commentssurfeasy+101
2013 Aug 12 NSA Employees: it is not patriotic or heroic to spy on your fellow citizens. - David Seaman8 CommentsGeneralClapper+101
2013 Sep 05 Mailpile: PayPal freezes campaign funds8 Commentspaffle+101
2014 Feb 15 Creepy New G-mail Extension Allows Email Activity Tracking…Without Recipients Knowledge18 Commentshunbo+101
2014 Aug 09 New Facebook Messenger app raises privacy concerns18 CommentsRenegade98+101
2014 Sep 27 Android users, OrFox (TorBrowser for Android, based on FireFox for Android), is out, please test it and report issues/request features. Links in text.20 CommentsOrFox_Tester+101
2014 Oct 07 Adobe is Spying on Users, Collecting Data on Their eBook Libraries7 CommentsJDGumby+101
2015 Jan 03 Just got my first Android device, what should I do to be privacy conscious?65 Commentseric4186+101
2015 Jan 17 "Sustained Skype collection began in Feb 2011," reads a National Security Agency (NSA) training document from the archive of whistleblower Edward Snowden.13 Commentsbadbiosvictim2+101
2015 Apr 24 Pirate Bay's Peter Sunde Kills NSA-Proof Messenger App31 CommentsLibertatea+101
2015 May 16 Former NSA Lawyer Says Keeping Bulk Collection Secret Was a Mistake7 CommentsblackVPN+101
2015 Dec 04 Andrew P. Napolitano: The spies who ruin us - Agents performing warrantless searches are the hallmark of totalitarianism2 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+101
2016 May 06 A lawsuit alleging that Facebook photo tagging violates user privacy has cleared a crucial early hurdle2 Commentsfrenzy3+101
2016 May 19 Largest Study of Online Tracking Proves Google Really Is Watching Us All7 CommentsVailhem+101
2016 May 23 Why are whistleblowers being prosecuted as spies?13 Commentsaclu+101
2016 Jun 07 EFF Urges Senate Not to Expand FBI’s Controversial National Security Letter Authority0 CommentsAnonymousAurele+101
2016 Nov 09 Scared About Trump Wielding FBI And NSA Cyber Power? You Should Be17 Commentsdogdays12304+101
2016 Nov 27 U.S. Supreme Court Endorses Government Hacking4 Commentsplato_thyself+101
2016 Dec 26 The Year Encryption Won39 Commentsokneil+101
2012 May 31 The many uses (and privacy dangers) of US police drones3 Commentsr3b3lang3l+100
2012 Jun 26 We know what you're doing - Because facebook isn't private14 CommentsHamstersOnCrack+100
2012 Aug 16 TrapWire tied to White House, Scotland Yard, MI5 and others, claims hacked Stratfor email — RT1 Commentsyahoo_bot+100
2012 Dec 20 Government Attorneys Agree With EFF: New 'Counterterrorism' Database Rules Threaten Privacy of Every American1 CommentsUlkeshNaranek+100
2013 Dec 09 NSA seeks a few brave interns: Spy agency recruiting students as young as 1518 CommentsTheSecondAsFarce+100
2014 Feb 24 More Than 30 Consumer Groups Urge President To Put Privacy Bill of Rights Into Law1 CommentsAgentDoggett+100
2014 Apr 19 The Government is Silencing Twitter and Yahoo, and It Won't Tell Us Why1 Comments1632+100
2014 Jun 08 How the U.S. pulled off the great Canadian privacy giveaway3 Commentskrausyaoj+100
2014 Aug 20 For German, Swiss Privacy Start-Ups, a Post-Snowden Boom7 Commentswonkadonk+100
2014 Aug 21 What the New Reddit and Imgur Research Project Plans to Do with User Data - A new project is going to open up the internet's largest social communities to researchers.20 Commentsanutensil+100
2014 Sep 15Speculative Comcast Is Threatening To Cut Off Customers Who Use Tor, The Web Browser For Criminals (from r/news)18 CommentsI_chase_fat_ninjas+100
2014 Oct 27 We can easily build secure network for sharing text news, requests, and some files with friends - darknet for freenet11 Commentsrafalfreeman+100
2014 Nov 18 Launching in 2015: A Certificate Authority to Encrypt the Entire Web9 Commentsveeti+100
2015 Jan 21 Mozilla tweaks “referer headers” in bid to limit website privacy grabs. As more personal data gets stuffed into referers, Firefox beta introduces antidote.6 Commentsspeckz+100
2015 Jan 25 WTF! It Should Not Be Illegal to Hack Your Own Car's Computer | WIRED7 Commentsthe_fella+100
2015 Jun 16 Encrypted ProtonMail now open to all43 CommentsGreenyBlues+100
2015 Jul 30 Tor Project to use US public libraries to boost network speed17 CommentsProGamerGov+100
2015 Dec 09 Sen. Dianne Feinstein will seek legislation to 'pierce' through encryption27 Commentsdogdays12304+100
2015 Dec 11 President Obama stood up for net neutrality and claimed to support Internet freedom. But now he’s poised to sign CISA, a bill that tech experts, major companies, and civil liberties groups agree would destroy our basic rights to security and freedom of expression.1 CommentsevanFFTF+100
2016 May 29 The Senate anti-encryption bill wasn't even supported by the CIA or NSA9 CommentsNevrmorr+100
2016 Nov 24 Riseup’s Canary Has Died | riseup.net regularly updates a canary located here certifying that they haven’t received a gag order, court orders or the like. That canary has gone dead (ie has not been updated).14 Commentspizzaiolo_+100
2016 Dec 31 French companies will be required to guarantee their employees a "right to disconnect" to stop employees from having to check their emails outside of work time1 Commentsrieslingatkos+100
2017 Jan 15 A Trade-Off in WhatsApp is Called a Backdoor - Electronic Frontier Foundation11 CommentsX0dgO7JnXe1NnMjpnh9i+100
2012 Oct 16Video You aren't seeing the same Google results as everyone else: DuckDuckGo video explains filter bubbles15 CommentsLawyerCT+99
2013 Jun 12 YSK about "Duckduckgo.com" a search engine that doesn't track you.13 Commentsczgheib+99
2013 Jun 22 Boycott those who are in bed with NSA's PRISM!15 Commentsk3ksninja+99
2014 Feb 05 California is stepping up its game against unethical surveillance: proposed legislation would outlaw warrantless drone spying4 Commentskarikeiko+99
2015 Jun 10 Feds can charge you with obstruction of justice for clearing your browser history15 CommentsDownUnderCrew+99
2015 Jul 23 Did Skype really provide backdoor access to governments in Russia, China etc?45 Commentsblindcolor+99
2015 Aug 11 The Battle Over Warrantless Phone Tracking Moves Closer To Supreme Court7 Commentsalexbednar+99
2015 Sep 25 Researchers: cookies can be used to bypass HTTPS, reveal private session information in all modern browsers1 Commentszxxx+99
2015 Oct 10 Obama administration won’t seek encryption-backdoor legislation7 Commentsnachoig+99
2015 Dec 10 Americans are more likely to be happy giving away their personal data13 Commentsspeckz+99
2016 Jul 02 Why the Internet of Things May Change How We View Privacy - Mark Zuckerberg famously claimed that privacy was no longer “a social norm,” but the new social norm may not long survive the coming of the Internet of Things.28 Commentsanutensil+99
2016 Oct 18 UK admits it spied illegally for 17 years, is sorry, won't stop4 Commentspizzaiolo_+99
2016 Nov 17 Oregon Senator Ron Wyden threatens to filibuster if Trump goes after encryption20 CommentsAnonymousAurele+99
2012 Oct 16 Verizon draws fire for monitoring app usage, browsing habits8 CommentsUlkeshNaranek+98
2012 Nov 27 WTF horrible infoleak at jobscore - "Duplicate email" - Shows other account info10 Commentsosirisx11+98
2013 Jan 25 Homeland Security's Napolitano invokes 9/11 to push for CISPA 2.018 Commentswhitefangs+98
2013 Apr 04 All Your Data Are Belong To You: TSA, DHS, devices, and your rights10 Commentsinternet_enthusiast+98
2013 Apr 15 My new book "Hacking Secret Ciphers with Python" is done. 415 pages, 1700 lines of code, free to download. 100% of proceeds go to the EFF, Creative Commons, and Tor Project.13 CommentsAlSweigart+98
2013 May 13 U.S. Secretly Obtains Two Months of A.P. Phone Records9 Commentsgoonsack+98
2013 Jul 09 Federal Judge Allows EFF's NSA Mass Spying Case to Proceed1 Commentsfutrawo+98
2013 Aug 01 NSA pays £100m in secret funding for GCHQ in UK3 Commentsfutrawo+98
2013 Aug 20 Snowden NSA files: US and UK at odds over security tactics as row escalates | World news4 CommentsHL-Mencken+98
2013 Dec 21 Snowden ally Appelbaum claims his Berlin apartment was invaded2 CommentsBoredOfCanada+98
2014 Jan 30 New Google patent suggests automatically sending your videos and photos to law enforcement3 Commentssalvia_d+98
2014 Feb 06 "US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) revealed that it flew about 700 surveillance flights using drone aircraft for other government agencies between 2010 and 2012."1 CommentsShahid-Buttar+98
2014 Feb 09 Why you shouldn’t trust your data to “the cloud”20 Commentstayjes16+98
2014 Mar 11 The NSA Has An Advice Columnist. Seriously.2 Commentsjustmytype+98
2014 Mar 13 European lawmakers threaten US trade veto unless EU tackles snooping2 Commentstrilbey+98
2014 Mar 21 Yahoo, Google, Apple & Microsoft all claim right to read user emails if 'deemed necessary'3 Commentstrilbey+98
2014 Oct 31 The FBI's Secret House Meeting to Get Access to Your iPhone. Obama & Reps ramping up campaign to force tech companies to help the gov't spy on their users.3 Commentstrai_dep+98
2014 Nov 18 Many – ~50% – Tor-anonymized domains seized by police belonged to imposter sites. Strengthens TOR claims their network not compromised by a technical exploit.19 Commentstrai_dep+98
2015 Apr 08 Turns Out Feds Actually Tracked Most International Calls For Nearly A Decade Before 9/11 -- Didn't Stop The Attack | Techdirt2 Commentsmurphnj+98
2015 Oct 19 Government Must Come Clean About Exports of American-Made Spying Tools3 Commentspizzaiolo_+98
2015 Nov 27 UK ISP boss points out massive technical flaws in Investigatory Powers Bill1 Commentsnooz+98
2016 Jan 27 Ban internet anonymity – says top US Homeland Security official12 CommentsProGamerGov+98
2016 Feb 15 Wikimedia Foundation takes aim at Google search with $3.5m 'Knowledge Engine'23 Commentsrickastl3y+98
2016 Jun 27 Tor Project Battled Over Hiring Ex-CIA Agent, Chat Logs Show16 Commentshugvo+98
2016 Jul 07 Reddit tracking outbound links has been deployed.21 CommentsSquireCD+98
2016 Sep 26 How Oakland Almost Became an Orwellian Surveillance City—and Citizens Stopped It From Happening. Pay attention. Watch the agenda. Watch what local gov’t is doing.0 Commentstrai_dep+98
2016 Dec 26 Hiding your tracks from Trump: Online privacy worries heat up27 CommentsmWo12+98
2012 Aug 01 Would You Like To Keep The Government From Spying On You? Speak Up Now3 CommentsUlkeshNaranek+97
2012 Sep 11 Is Privacy Dead? 4 Government and Private Entities Conspiring to Track Everything You Do Online and Off 7 CommentsNihiloZero+97
2012 Dec 05 Verizon Patents Eavesdropping Using Your TV For Ad Targeting -- Verizon could program its set-top boxes to survey a room to determine relevant ads to display either on your television or mobile phone. Sound a bit scary? It kind of is.5 Commentsmepper+97
2012 Dec 05 The FBI Is Collecting Everybody’s Emails, Former NSA Official Warns7 Commentsblogger4DC+97
2012 Dec 18 That was fast. Instagram backs down on putting users' photos in ads13 Commentssupersadtrueprivacy+97
2013 Jul 12 Telstra, an Australian Telco, storing data on behalf of US government1 Commentspeter_tonoli+97
2013 Jul 14 Harsh criticism follows US-German talks on NSA9 CommentsApplemacbookpro+97
2013 Oct 10 The Man Heading Up Congressional NSA "Reform" Package Authored CISPA2 CommentsPrivacyDude+97
2013 Dec 14 Boston Police indefinitely suspends license plate reader program5 CommentsAdelleChattre+97
2014 Feb 28 Texas appeals court says police can’t search your phone after you’re jailed -- Looking at your texts is not like searching your pockets, judges say6 Commentsmepper+97
2014 Aug 21Offtopic Researchers Easily Slipped Weapons Past TSA’s X-Ray Body Scanners | Threat Level | WIRED11 Commentsantdude+97
2014 Sep 05 The FBI Finally Says How It ‘Legally’ Pinpointed Silk Road’s Server13 Commentselectronics-engineer+97
2015 Jan 10 Judge Orders NYPD to Release Records on X-ray Vans3 Commentsquantumcipher+97
2015 Jan 28 Mozilla deploying tor relays7 CommentsNimbs+97
2015 Feb 22 SSL-busting code that threatened Lenovo users found in a dozen more apps | Ars Technica1 Commentsspeckz+97
2015 Jun 26 ICANN's War On Whois Privacy | Techdirt8 Commentsusefulthings+97
2015 Sep 11 Which manufacturers insert a RFID tag inside tires and how to destroy the RFID chip39 Commentsmicrowavedindividual+97
2015 Oct 03 Adblock extension with 40 million users sells to mystery buyer, refuses to name new owner24 Commentstrai_dep+97
2016 Feb 07 Justice Department to Judge: Tor Users Have No Expectation of Privacy14 Commentshugvo+97
2016 May 05 Cops deploy StingRay anti-terror tech against $50 chicken-wing thief4 CommentsNewsfromindia89+97
2016 Jun 12 Email metadata destroys privacy, bliss for spies47 CommentsEasyCrypt+97
2016 Jul 01 Leak Reveals Secret FBI Guidelines That Basically Give Them Free Rein To Spy On Journalists And Sources2 CommentsBarmagluk+97
2016 Aug 03 Microsoft won't fix Windows flaw that lets hackers steal your username and password15 CommentsAnonymousAurele+97
2016 Aug 15 In bungled spying operation, NSA targeted pro-democracy campaigner0 Commentsmansomer+97
2017 Jan 03 Edward Snowden's lawyer has created a GoFundMe to provide much needed financial assistance to the refugees who helped hide Snowden in Hong Kong1 Commentsstiofan_io+97
2012 May 10 70% don’t trust Facebook with their personal information15 CommentsUlkeshNaranek+96
2012 Jul 28 Sophos auto update trying to connect to www.secretservice.gov ?? WTF42 CommentsRedditambassador+96
2012 Aug 09 Should we step up online censorship? UK politician wants websites to have their content "rated" before being accessible online. Give her a piece of your mind19 Commentssouvarine+96
2012 Oct 03 Congressional Investigation Slams DHS Anti-Terror Centers: Wasted Taxpayer Funds, Created No Useful Intelligence & Violated Civil Liberties8 CommentsUlkeshNaranek+96
2013 Feb 09 The leaders of the House Intelligence Committee plan to re-introduce controversial cybersecurity bill CISPA next week.6 Commentsagoldmanotm+96
2013 Feb 11 Barely a month after FISA warrantless wiretapping extension is signed into law by Obama, CISPA rears its ugly head again0 Commentsitsalwayslulzy+96
2013 Aug 03 Just got this email from my congressman regarding NSA spying. Unbelievable. (x-post from r/libertarian)7 Commentsyahoo_bot+96
2013 Aug 29 Pushing for Perfect Forward Secrecy, an Important Web Privacy Protection: 'Google made headlines when it became the first major web player to enable the feature in November of 2011'10 Commentsmaxwellhill+96
2013 Nov 13 Your mobile phone has *two* operating systems, one of which is very poorly secured.10 Commentstummy_badger+96
2013 Nov 15 PSA: If you're uncomfortable running a Tor exit node, you shouldn't install Hola Unblocker.13 CommentsSuperConductiveRabbi+96
2014 Jan 30 Startups must wait two years before revealing government eavesdropping requests11 CommentsCrankyBear+96
2014 Nov 28 This Week in Privacy (Nov 21-28): Twitter tracking, the UK's new security bill, Facebook privacy and more!7 Commentssurfeasy+96
2015 Feb 10 FBI really doesn’t want anyone to know about “stingray” use by local cops | Ars Technica1 Commentsspeckz+96
2015 Jun 27 Think it's cool Facebook can auto-tag you in pics? So does the government5 Commentsoutdoortog+96
2015 Sep 01 NSA Boss: Encrypted Software Needs Government Backdoors16 CommentsLibertatea+96
2016 Feb 23 Military Prison Blocks Chelsea Manning from Reading EFF Blog Posts10 Commentssabrinadestiny00+96
2016 Apr 13 Our taxes in practice -- FBI pays hackers to open terror iPhone17 CommentsBobsBurgers3Bitcoin+96
2016 Apr 21 UK spy agencies have collected bulk personal data since 1990s, files show3 CommentsblackVPN+96
2016 Aug 18 Court rules that ISPs do not need to give up information on alleged pirates, copyright infringers2 Commentswarproxxx+96
2016 Aug 26 To The NSA, The Word 'Security' Is Synonymous With 'Gaping, Unpatched Holes In US Developers' Software'0 Commentsmaxwellhill+96
2016 Sep 17 Lawyers Get $4M, Consumers – $0 In Yahoo’s Internet Privacy Case. Yahoo will continue scanning non-Yahoo Mail users14 Commentslabooleyrama+96
2012 May 15 DHS considers collecting DNA from kids ages 14 and up; DEA and US Marshals already do13 Commentsmaxwellhill+95
2012 Jul 19 ASIO gets virtually unlimited spying power. Encryption effectively outlawed. They can view your web history, all forms of communication. They're immune to civil and criminal charges. Literally a police state.2 Commentsglados_v2+95
2012 Aug 29 So everyone knows what the US government is doing. Anybody know why?49 CommentsAlienm00se+95
2013 Feb 10 I am under surveillance, my computer has been backdoored19 Commentsm0l+95
2013 Jun 15 PRISM Is Just Part Of A Much Larger, Scarier Government Surveillance Program4 CommentsJawnSchirring+95
2013 Jul 10 Five things Snowden leaks revealed about NSA’s original warrantless wiretaps2 Commentsjohnbede+95
2013 Aug 10 Peter Biddle, head of the engineering team that developed BitLocker drive encryption for Windows, was asked to put a backdoor on it.10 Commentspanem+95
2014 Mar 14 Bill Gates on Edward Snowden: "I think he broke the law, so I certainly wouldn't characterize him as a hero. [...] You won't find much admiration from me."43 CommentsNecrotik+95
2015 Jan 23 Barrett Brown Sentenced To 63 Months In Jail For Daring To Do Journalism On Hacked Info5 CommentsblackVPN+95
2015 Feb 18 MegaNet — New Decentralized, Non-IP Based and Encrypted Network12 Commentsswtt+95
2015 Feb 22 Worst Spying In World History – Worse Than Any Dystopian Novel – Is Occurring RIGHT NOW3 CommentsTheAgoristReport+95
2015 Oct 27 Senior Former Intelligence Official Admits That 'The Point' Of CISA Is Surveillance0 Commentsmaxwellhill+95
2016 May 05 Google took away the right to remain anonymous7 CommentsSecureWorld87+95
2016 May 16 Lack of Online Privacy Has Chilling Effect, U.S. Department of Commerce Says - Breaches & corporate data collection have stopped 45% of Americans from buying and saying stuff online.3 Commentsanutensil+95
2016 Dec 05 EFF To Canadian Court: Order Allowing Worldwide Censorship of Google Search Results Violates Users’ Free Speech Rights0 CommentsmWo12+95
2012 Nov 18Video TED Talk on The Tor Project. Protecting online anonimity.7 Commentsjaredcheeda+94
2013 Feb 01 Yes, U.S. authorities can spy on EU cloud data. Here's how1 Commentswhitefangs+94
2013 Mar 23 'We're going to have more visibility and less privacy': Mayor Bloomberg admits soon NYPD surveillance cameras will be on nearly every corner and in the air17 Commentsyahoo_bot+94
2013 Dec 29 NSA drowning in overcollected data, can't do its job properly: Former NSA employee, William Binney, warns that the agency collects so much useless information that it can't process it effectively8 Commentsmaxwellhill+94
2014 Feb 19 NSA Authorized Monitoring of Pirate Bay and Proxy Users4 Commentsquantumcipher+94
2014 Mar 16 Happy Birthday RMS, champion of privacy!8 Commentsdeadowl+94
2014 Oct 11 Brands Are Scanning Your Selfies And Party Photos To Look For Their Logos5 CommentsJDGumby+94
2014 Nov 19 Here's every Senator who voted to block the NSA reform bill (and a link to contact them)12 CommentsPepperoniBaron+94
2015 Jan 25 Google hands data to US Government in WikiLeaks espionage case4 Commentsloselasso+94
2015 Feb 19 Google: FBI's Plan To Expand Hacking Power a "Monumental" Constitutional Threat0 Commentseagoldman+94
2015 Mar 11 Tor 'should not be banned in Britain': Banning online anonymity systems such as Tor in Britain is neither practical nor acceptable, according to the Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology.1 CommentsLibertatea+94
2015 Mar 15 Boycott Hertz and Hotwire and others who support Hertz4 Commentsd-X-X-b+94
2015 Apr 09 The FBI Has Its Own Secret Brand of Malware10 CommentsKerberos53+94
2015 Apr 21 Police Can’t Extend Stop for Dog Sniff, U.S. Supreme Court Says1 Commentsjohnmountain+94
2015 Sep 21 CIA, FBI And Much Of US Military Aren't Doing The Most Basic Things To Encrypt Email5 CommentsTheLantean+94
2016 Mar 10 White House's Claims that the TPP Would Curb Internet Censorship are Fantasy1 Commentssabrinadestiny00+94
2016 Apr 15 Why is Spokeo accessing my camera? When I click on a name link it turns the camera on briefly and without asking for any permission. Is it actually taking a picture and then storing it in its database?34 CommentsJam1ePetr0+94
2016 Oct 21 Google'€™s ad tracking just got creepier: company quietly deleted a clause in its privacy settings that said it would not combine cookies with personal information without consent0 Commentsplato_thyself+94
2012 Jun 13 Why Privacy Matters Even if You Have 'Nothing to Hide' - The Chronicle Review - The Chronicle of Higher Education3 Commentsmoooooky+93
2012 Oct 16 Ad industry launching a $1 million propaganda/lobbying campaign to convince consumers that tracking doesn't violate privacy. 12 Commentsaltsignal+93
2012 Nov 10 Skype gave data on a teen WikiLeaks supporter to a private company without a warrant: report.4 CommentsSchemaByte+93
2013 Jul 08 The Electronic Privacy Information Center today filed an emergency petition with the Supreme Court to stop the NSA from collecting the telephone records of millions of Americans2 Commentsviperphantom+93
2013 Aug 21 NSA Collected Thousands of Communications With No Terror Connections1 Comments-Gavin-+93
2013 Dec 19 40Mil cards stolen from etailer Target28 Commentstknames+93
2014 May 04 Can someone explain what this new option in Google Chrome means? (in simple terms, please)22 Comments5skandas+93
2014 Jun 05 5,000 Years of History Shows that Mass Spying Is Always Aimed at Crushing Dissent1 CommentsAplusplusplus+93
2014 Jun 29 Researchers publish secret details of cops' phone-surveillance malware7 CommentsTsmeuoath+93
2015 Jan 15 David Cameron Seeks Cooperation Of US President Over Encryption Crackdown: "PM to ask Barack Obama to put pressure on US internet companies to work more closely with UK intelligence agencies"8 Commentstrot-trot+93
2015 Jan 17 DEA admits to collecting phone records of Americans2 CommentsKerberos53+93
2015 Mar 01 Love this idea for fixing HTTPS with a decentralised browser plug-in. Enter: okTurtles Your thoughts?51 Commentstargetpro+93
2015 Mar 13 CISA Isn't About Cybersecurity, It's About Surveillance2 CommentsblackVPN+93
2015 Jul 02 Human rights group, Amnesty International, denounces revelation as outrageous after Investigatory Powers Tribunal says its communications have been illegally retained3 Commentsjohnmountain+93
2015 Jul 11 TSA Blows Off Inspector General's Suggestion Boarding Pass Information Be Encrypted3 Commentsin1984+93
2015 Oct 13 If You're Not Paranoid, You're Crazy [long-form essay from *The Atlantic*]7 Comments_Dans_+93
2015 Oct 14 I am creating a Reddit based privacy and security guide. Looking for feedback!64 CommentsProGamerGov+93
2015 Nov 20 Judge: Stingrays are “simply too powerful” without adequate oversight0 Commentsspeckz+93
2016 Feb 18 Google’s CEO just sided with Apple in the encryption debate11 Commentsreaderseven+93
2016 Jun 22 [United States] Senate Falls 1 Vote Short Of Giving FBI Access To Browser Histories Without Court Order1 Commentstrot-trot+93
2016 Aug 18 Professor examines code of newly leaked NSA cyber weapons. Gives them failing grade.8 Commentsalbion70+93
2016 Sep 02 German Ombudswoman: BND spy agency systematically broke the law and violated basic civil rights by siphoning up people's telecommunication data for years [x-post /r/europrivacy]1 Commentsourari+93
2016 Dec 19 2016 Year in Review: The Worst Year for Your Privacy, ever8 Commentsespositojoe+93
2012 May 03Calyx Friends, we must push the Calyx Insitute and Nick Merrill into notoriety. He plans a VPN, personal file server, and encrypted email and chat. Get this ISP off the ground.9 Commentscake-please+92
2012 Jul 20 All the websites you visit, at our fingertips. (Google Web Activity History)14 Commentsglados_v2+92
2012 Oct 07 I wonder if anyone has ever changed their mind about deactivating their facebook account after seeing this page...It sure didn't change my mind!21 CommentsBlalal+92
2012 Nov 07 Obama advisers say closely guarded data-mining operation was key to victory13 Commentsalwayspro+92
2012 Nov 13 Yes, the FBI and CIA can read your email.13 CommentsMajorBlink+92
2013 Feb 02 DARPA's 1.8 gigapixel drone camera is a high-res Fourth Amendment lawsuit waiting to happen6 CommentsUlkeshNaranek+92
2013 Feb 04 I have Nothing to Hide - Simple rebuttals to an annoying, but common argument46 Commentsthegeekprofessor+92
2013 Mar 12 BBC News - Facebook 'likes' predict Sexuality, political leanings and even intelligence - or yet another good reason not to use Facebook.13 CommentsRedditambassador+92
2013 May 05 Can we protect privacy AS a religion? Any law professionals want to chime in?17 CommentsNoTimeForInfinity+92
2013 May 10 Apple deluged by so many police demands to decrypt iPhones, that they had to create a waiting list.15 Commentsredditmaid+92
2013 Jul 20 The NSA doesn't want this video out there25 Commentskoenrh+92
2013 Aug 15 NSA “touches” more of Internet than Google1 CommentsCowicide+92
2013 Aug 23 NSA 'goes after man who mocked agency'3 Commentspoisondentrail+92
2013 Nov 24 Twitter Just Made it Harder for the NSA to Read Your Private Tweets (already used by Google and Facebook)9 CommentsBlankVerse+92
2014 Jan 08 Bank Email Reveals Offer to Spy on Occupy & Anonymous Protesters for Police4 Commentsquantumcipher+92
2014 Aug 19 How to Save the Net: Break Up the NSA - BRUCE SCHNEIER3 CommentsblackVPN+92
2014 Oct 01 America Spends $68 Billion a Year on 17 Major Intelligence Agencies. Is your privacy worth it?9 CommentsI_chase_fat_ninjas+92
2015 Mar 03 “FREAK” flaw in Android and Apple devices cripples HTTPS crypto protection11 CommentsTiagoTiagoT+92
2015 May 07 Sen. Rand Paul says 'Founding Fathers would be mortified' by NSA surveillance programs9 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+92
2015 Jun 25 'How the Feds Asked Me to Rat Out Commenters' - Nick Gillespie breaks silence on Reason.com's recent subpoena to reveal identity of users.3 Commentsqp0n+92
2015 Oct 16 I've got a snoopy neighbor pointing 2 of his CCTV infrared cameras at our house and yard. What's the best most non-intrusive way of retaining our privacy?71 CommentsWarranty_Voider+92
2016 Feb 01 Skylake users given 18 months to upgrade to Windows 1036 CommentsmWo12+92
2016 Jun 01 Facebook is trying to force messenger download by store redirect.52 CommentsQuihatzin+92
2016 Sep 07 Snooped-on man free to sue spyware maker1 Commentsourari+92
2016 Nov 27 Bill Introduced To Push Back Approval Of DOJ's Proposed Rule 41 Changes19 Commentsagentf90+92
2016 Dec 10 NSA Collected Data From People Using Cell Phones On Planes9 Commentsmaxwellhill+92
2017 Jan 20Meta [Meta] We did it, /r/Privacy!26 Commentstrai_dep+92
2012 Aug 26 5 Design Tricks Facebook Uses To Affect Your Privacy Decisions4 Commentsmaxwellhill+91
2012 Nov 17 Maker of Airport Body Scanners Suspected of Falsifying Software Tests2 Commentstheanswermancan+91
2013 Mar 12 CISPA refuses to die the quiet death it deserves 3 CommentsNadia_K+91
2013 Mar 18 Website Found Leaking Google Searches to the Public26 Commentsrealrasengan+91
2013 Jun 12 Bruce Schneier: Prosecuting Snowden -- "I believe that history will hail Snowden as a hero -- his whistle-blowing exposed a surveillance state and a secrecy machine run amok. I'm less optimistic of how the present day will treat him"0 Commentsmepper+91
2013 Jul 16 The War on Terror Is America's Mania: The NSA spying scandal shows that America's pursuit of terrorists has turned into a mania. Spying on citizens is as monstrous and unlawful as Guantanamo Bay and drone warfare.1 Commentswhitefangs+91
2013 Sep 18 All your base (and everything else) are belong to LinkedIn12 Commentschoto+91
2013 Oct 17 How the NSA Attacks Tor/Firefox Users With QUANTUM and FOXACID, Bruce Schneier12 Commentssalvia_d+91
2013 Dec 03 Guardian: We have published 1 pct of Snowden leak4 CommentsRPrevolution+91
2014 Jan 01 NSA surveillance programme: 'It's going to get worse'8 CommentsWildRampager+91
2014 Mar 09 TED talk: ACLU Principal Technologist Chris Soghoian discusses the new methods that governments, including our own, are using to track their “targets” – which, in some cases, include journalists, activists, and dissidents4 Commentsmepper+91
2014 Aug 06 New Australian Anti-Terror Laws Could See the Mandatory Recording of Your Private Data - Govt wants to expand Australia’s anti-terrorism laws due to internal security threat posed by Australian jihadists returning from oversea. Civil liberty advocates disagree with that.1 Commentsanutensil+91
2015 Feb 23 Citizenfour got the oscar!7 Commentsisoplex+91
2015 Feb 23 How the NSA’s Firmware Hacking Works and Why It’s So Unsettling15 Commentsglanfr+91
2015 Nov 06 Crypto E-mail Service [ProtonMail] Pays $6,000 Ransom, Gets Taken Out by DDoS Anyway19 CommentsJDGumby+91
2015 Nov 17 After Paris Attacks, Here’s What the CIA Director Gets Wrong About Encryption2 CommentsmWo12+91
2016 Jan 17 Be careful with CloudFlare67 Commentsno-idea-for-username+91
2016 Feb 20 FBI escalates war with Apple: 'marketing' bigger concern than terror6 CommentsAaronCoope+91
2016 Mar 31 Maryland Court of Special Appeals finds that state police are required to obtain a warrant before deploying a stringray.1 Commentsspsheridan+91
2016 Apr 15 Leaked Documents Confirm Ecuador’s Internet Censorship Machine0 CommentsmWo12+91
2016 May 21 Hey /r/privacy. Do you cover your laptop's webcam with a post-it or black tape?149 CommentsNoLiePlz+91
2016 Jul 21 EFF Lawsuit Takes on DMCA Section 1201: Research and Technology Restrictions Violate the First Amendment0 Commentsitisike+91
2016 Dec 14 Evernote update allows employees to read your notes, no opt-out.15 CommentsleonardnimoyNC1701+91
2012 May 08 Oops! Air Force Drones Can Now (Accidentally) Spy on You 7 CommentsJoshieC+90
2012 Sep 09 NYT: NSA Whistle-Blower Tells All - Op-Docs: The Program 6 CommentsRedKosmos+90
2013 Jan 19 MEGA, Megauploads successor, launches itself as "The Privacy Company" with "User-Controlled Encryption"15 Comments_electricmonk+90
2013 Feb 04 The EFF, ACLU, EPIC, and more than a dozen other privacy and rights groups, are calling on the U.S. government to stop the "unprecedented lobbying campaign" over the proposed changes to EU data protection and privacy laws.0 Commentswhitefangs+90
2013 May 30 The FBI's New Wiretapping Plan Is Great News for Criminals - By Bruce Schneier | Foreign Policy7 Commentsantdude+90
2013 Jun 19 FBI Director Robert Mueller acknowledged that the bureau uses unmanned drones for surveillance on U.S. soil8 Commentsmepper+90
2013 Jun 27 Latest Leak: NSA Collects Bulk Email Metadata On Americans2 CommentsSomeKindOfMutant+90
2013 Jul 02 MIT program analyzes your Gmail metadata, gives you a hint of what NSA can know about you.8 Commentsmowing+90
2013 Aug 23 Obama's new choice for NSA review committee, Cass Sunstein, wrote a paper in 2008 advocating the use of covert government propaganda to counter conspiracy theories online.3 Commentsgathly+90
2013 Oct 31 Even after NSA revelations, Yahoo won’t say if it plans to encrypt data center traffic18 Commentskismor+90
2014 Mar 23 Forget the NSA. Tech Companies May Be Reading Your Email Too32 Commentskulkke+90
2014 Mar 24 E-ZPass Tracks Motorists Outside of Toll Booths17 CommentsFlexgrow+90
2014 Jun 09 Kim Dotcom offers £3m bounty in online piracy case8 CommentsMary2Ince+90
2014 Oct 18 EFF Response to FBI Director Comey's Speech on Encryption. "The FBI should not be in the business of trying to convince companies to offer LESS security to their customers. It should be doing just the opposite."2 Commentstrai_dep+90
2014 Nov 05 Former NSA Lawyer Says Reason Blackberry Failed Was 'Too Much Encryption' Warns Google/Apple Not To Make Same Mistake17 Commentswonkadonk+90
2014 Nov 10 Firefox Now Has Increased Privacy Control With “Forget” Button and Anonymous Search13 CommentsCapnTrip+90
2015 Mar 09 Why is LastPass so highly recommend when it isn't open-source?48 CommentsPharmthrow1227+90
2015 Mar 17 Safari's Private Browsing Mode Saves URLs In an Easily Accessible File0 Commentsdmachop+90
2015 Apr 15 Why this national data breach notification bill has privacy advocates worried "the bill's current form, they say, would actually leave consumers worse off by undercutting stronger state laws and eliminating some national level protections they now enjoy."2 CommentsLibertatea+90
2015 Jul 08 A Detailed Look at Hacking Team’s Emails About Its Repressive Clients1 CommentsParanoiaNervosa+90
2015 Aug 12 Does anyone have a link to deleting a Facebook account in 2015? There are some old search results in this subreddit but I'm not sure if they are still correct/effective.23 CommentsRunRunDie+90
2015 Dec 07 Rand Paul: NSA phone-snooping program didn't prevent any attacks - “There will always be people like Christie that are very willing to give up your liberty for a false sense of security,”0 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+90
2016 Mar 19 Redaction error reveals FBI did target Lavabit to spy on Edward Snowden | Technology | The Guardian1 CommentsThuban+90
2016 Dec 08 These Toys Don’t Just Listen To Your Kid; They Send What They Hear To A Defense Contractor6 Commentsstatelessnfaithless+90
2016 Dec 14 Apple designing its own iCloud servers to avoid surveillance9 CommentsAnonymousAurele+90
2017 Jan 01 Donald Trump says "no computer is safe" when it comes to privacy24 Commentsema645+90
2017 Jan 07 [old article, sadly still relevant] Choose Firefox Now, Or Later You Won't Get A Choice46 CommentsNaleid+90
2017 Jan 18 ACLU Blog - The Privacy Threat From Always-On Microphones Like the Amazon Echo3 CommentsTastyBrainMeats+90
2012 Sep 05BigBrother A German artist has created a pixellated balaclava, perfect for confusing street cameras in a nation where mistrust of public surveillance is widespread even as the appetite for Facebook is unabated.13 CommentsPeter_File+89
2012 Sep 27 EFF: Cleansing the Internet of Terrorism: Leaked EU Proposal Would Erode Civil Liberties1 Commentsmaxwellhill+89
2013 Feb 25 Google Glass has "shades of 'Big Brother' and threatens our privacy," argues expert.18 Commentsgaryrbtsn+89
2013 Mar 08 Skype's Been Hijacked in China, and Microsoft Is O.K. With It9 Commentswhitefangs+89
2013 Jun 13 NSA surveillance played little role in foiling terror plots, experts say5 CommentsJawnSchirring+89
2013 Sep 23 In the latest fallout from Edward Snowden's intelligence disclosures, RSA, the security arm of storage company EMC warned thousands of customers on Thursday to stop using software that relies on a weak mathematical formula developed by the National Security Agency.2 Commentsani625+89
2013 Oct 15 Assange Calls NSA Spying 'a Threat to U.S. Democracy'1 Commentsdemixer+89
2013 Oct 25 NSA Spied 125 Billion Phone Calls in a Month2 Commentscollectivecognition+89
2014 Feb 14 Portland police initiated program tracking bar patrons8 CommentsFlexgrow+89
2014 Feb 18 The 'Crime' of Having a Hidden Compartment in Your Car: In drug cases, hidden compartment laws give prosecutors one more charge to pile onto the same offense, and contain scant protections for law-abiding folk.4 Commentsquantumcipher+89
2014 Mar 20 Court Says FBI's Secret GPS Tracking Memos Can Stay Secret3 Commentsquantumcipher+89
2014 Mar 20 Gmail Traffic Between Google Servers Now Encrypted To Thwart NSA Snooping15 Commentstreerat+89
2014 Jul 09 Don't be shocked that the US spied on American Muslims. Get angry that it justifies spying on whomever it wants1 Commentsjudgedole+89
2014 Sep 01 Cities Scramble to Upgrade ‘Stingray’ Tracking as End of 2G Network Looms2 CommentsJDGumby+89
2014 Nov 20 DOJ: A child will die due to Apple's iOS 8 encryption tech34 Commentshermithome+89
2015 Feb 25 Schneier on Security: It's Time to Break Up the NSA2 CommentsKegit+89
2015 Apr 20 Watch Out Google, DARPA Just Open Sourced All This Swish 'Dark Web' Search Tech13 CommentsHandsOfNod+89
2015 May 19 I've just found out that National Security in my country have been spying on my Facebook messages with my ex-girlfriend, and have them printed on paper.51 Commentsohprivacy+89
2015 Jun 04 New Snowden documents reveal secret memos expanding spying0 CommentsblackVPN+89
2015 Aug 05 Warrant required for mobile phone location tracking, US appeals court rules1 CommentsCapnTrip+89
2015 Aug 08use with caution Open Source app on github to disable tracking in Windows 1020 Commentsjuan08880+89
2015 Nov 23 Dell ships laptops with rogue root CA, exactly like what happened with Lenovo and Superfish0 CommentsTheLantean+89
2015 Dec 28 Meet the digital dissenters: They’re fighting for a better internet8 Commentsourari+89
2016 Mar 11 It's your data: FCC chair says consumers should be able to protect their information better4 Commentsjonfla+89
2016 Mar 28 A new study shows that knowledge of government surveillance causes people to self-censor their dissenting opinions online. The research offers a sobering look at the oft-touted "democratizing" effect of social media and Internet access that bolsters minority opinion.2 CommentsLibertatea+89
2016 Apr 14 Microsoft sues for right to tell customers when US government requests emails. Lawsuit argues that the government is violating the constitution by preventing Microsoft from notifying customers about agencies looking at their emails.5 Commentstrai_dep+89
2016 Apr 26 A new study shows that knowledge of government surveillance causes people to self-censor their dissenting opinions online6 Commentspolymute+89
2012 Jun 25 Help stop Richard O'Dwyer from being extradited to the US for running a site that was merely a search engine. [Petition set up by Jimmy Wales]2 CommentsOmnamah+88
2013 May 12 Why don't more people worry about their privacy, and what can we do do to change this?89 CommentsAn0nymauz+88
2013 Jun 17 Forget PRISM, the recent NSA leaks are plain: Digital privacy doesn’t exist3 Commentscreiddouthat+88
2013 Jun 18 The World to U.S. Congress: I'm not American but I Have Privacy Rights3 CommentsSomeKindOfMutant+88
2013 Jun 25 Snowden and the NSA: Who’s the Real Criminal? "Not since Wall Street banks claimed that their failure would destroy the American economy has such brazenness found such pervasive, uncritical acceptance."0 CommentsShahid-Buttar+88
2013 Aug 12 Obama proposes four-point plan to investigate US data spooks as he continues to deceive the American Public2 Commentsharry_nash+88
2013 Aug 19 Isolation only aids the panopticon: "We shouldn’t be protecting ourselves. We should be protecting each other."4 Commentsadamchal+88
2013 Sep 05 Bruce Schneier reports new Snowden leaks: 'What I took away from reading the Snowden documents was that if the NSA wants in to your computer, it's in. Period.'0 Commentstwignewton+88
2013 Oct 14 Stallman: How Much Surveillance Can Democracy Withstand?12 Commentskismor+88
2014 Apr 10 Condoleezza Rice, surveillance and torture fan, joins Dropbox board2 CommentsNimbs+88
2014 Jul 19 Former State Department Executive Calls Executive Order 12333 a “Legal Loophole” for Spying on Americans2 Commentsmarx2k+88
2014 Sep 27 How Facebook and Google are taking over your online identity - Quartz23 Commentsmatteda+88
2014 Nov 04 22% of Americans Have Closed An Account Due to Data Privacy Concerns1 Commentsyourbasicgeek+88
2015 Jan 30 Scientists showed they can identify you with more than 90 percent accuracy by looking at just four purchases, three if the price is included - and this is after companies "anonymized" the transaction records, saying they wiped away names and other personal details.8 Comments1160+88
2015 Aug 12 The NSA Playset: Espionage tools for the rest of us7 Commentseberkut+88
2015 Aug 19 Jeb Bush wants “a new arrangement with Silicon Valley” to ease crypto21 CommentsStraightFlush777+88
2015 Nov 06 UK Set to Ban Internet Companies from Providing Total Encryption to Its Users17 Commentsreaderseven+88
2015 Nov 19 Baseless Calls to Expand Surveillance Fit Familiar, Cynical Pattern0 Commentsmeatduck12+88
2016 May 30 Hackers Stole 65 Million Passwords From Tumblr, New Analysis Reveals - 2 weeks after Tumblr disclosed a 2013 data breach, we finally know how big it was.3 Commentsanutensil+88
2016 Jun 05 3 Years Later, the Snowden Leaks Have Changed How the World Sees NSA Surveillance0 CommentsAnonymousAurele+88
2016 Sep 21 Google's new chat app Allo should never be used, says Edward Snowden5 Commentsplato_thyself+88
2016 Oct 27 When CIA and NSA Workers Blow the Whistle, Congress Plays Deaf1 CommentsTheLantean+88
2016 Nov 08 'Trust it': Results of Signal's first formal crypto analysis are in11 Commentsokneil+88
2016 Dec 05 New Anti-Facial Recognition Glasses Protect Users' Privacy From CCTV Cameras16 Commentsclinard+88
2016 Dec 06 Do NOT use the Spark email client by Readdle45 CommentstheKovah+88
2016 Dec 30 Simple Free, Open Source, Network-wide ad blocking with a Raspberry PI31 CommentsATLBart+88
2012 Apr 24Privacy Guides A quick guide to our current online privacy threats (SOPA/PIPA/ACTA/DEA/CCDA/CISPA)2 CommentsYamahiko+87
2012 Oct 02 California governor Brown vetoes electronic privacy protection...again -- The bill would have required law enforcement to apply for a search warrant in order to obtain location tracking information. It had passed through the state legislature with overwhelming bipartisan support.2 Commentsmepper+87
2012 Dec 11 Right now at a UN meeting in Dubai, authoritarian regimes are pushing for full governmental control of the Internet in a binding global treaty. (only 135.000 need to sign the petition)10 CommentsviaGalactica+87
2013 Mar 04 Prepare for 'post-crypto world' - US quadrupling size of cyber-combat unit for a reason, warns godfather of encryption12 CommentsTuneRaider+87
2013 Jun 23 Microsoft Was Lying About Skype, It’s More or Less an NSA Honeypot4 CommentsAmon_Rudh+87
2013 Jun 27 Google Drive Gets Failing Grade on Privacy Protectio10 CommentsLinuxAdvocates+87
2013 Jul 04 Phil Zimmermann, the creator of PGP, successfully predicted an incident similar to the one happening right now with PRISM and the NSA over 17 years ago. (x-post from netsec)0 Commentspassingby+87
2013 Jul 29Possibly Misleading Virgin Media admits staff can see user passwords in plaintext22 Commentsmeyamashi+87
2013 Aug 03 Postal Service Confirms Photographing All U.S. Mail10 Commentsrandomhumanuser+87
2013 Aug 10 Private email "is essentially broken." Guys who invented encrypted email say email can never be safe from NSA snooping.2 Commentsmeyamashi+87
2013 Dec 05 "Microsoft likens NSA snooping to hacking by the Chinese government": what is Microsoft *truly* telling us with this?6 Commentsclaird+87
2013 Dec 29 RSA’s Deal With The NSA creates a downward spiral of mistrust1 Commentspigfish+87
2014 May 26 Another Bogus Hit From A License Plate Reader Results In Another Citizen Surrounded By Cops With Guns Out2 Commentsquantumcipher+87
2014 Sep 25 Miss A Payment? Good Luck Moving That Car53 Commentstrot-trot+87
2015 May 12 Warrantless airport seizure of laptop “cannot be justified,” judge rules2 CommentsI_chase_fat_ninjas+87
2015 Jun 21 Analyzing 443 free proxies - Only 21% are not shady [x-/r/netsec]9 Commentsgeek_at+87
2015 Nov 12 NSA whistleblower: No software is "safe from surveillance". A former NSA official said the agency has "more resources" for surveillance than the average user can ever hope to defend against.29 Commentsmoooooky+87
2015 Nov 20 Rand Paul Blasts Calls for More Surveillance to Stop Terrorists: ‘Bulls**t!’ - “You’re seeing a clamor now, people saying, ‘If we just had more surveillance, if we just gave up a little more liberty, we wouldn’t have terrorists attack us.’ You’re seeing this everywhere.”4 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+87
2016 Feb 08 Facebook must stop tracking non-users on the web - French regulator2 Commentsflfxt+87
2016 Mar 24 Report: Apple designing its own servers to avoid snooping16 Commentss0nny0x6F+87
2016 Aug 25Old News Pirate Bay founder Peter Sunde: "I have given up. To win the war, we first of need to understand that we are dealing with extreme capitalism that’s ruling, extreme lobbying that’s ruling, and the centralization of power." -- Pretty good stuff here.36 Commentsclupus+87
2016 Dec 02 UK police resort to street robbery, rather than even attempt to unlock an encrypted iphone.30 CommentsBirmzboyRML+87
2012 Apr 20 NSA whistleblower claims agency has copies of most emails of American citizens25 Commentsnonprofiteer+86
2013 Apr 01 "My divorce from Google - One year later": practical, detailed retrospective34 Commentsclaird+86
2013 Jun 07 The NSA's Favorite Weasel Word To Pretend It's Claiming It Doesn't Spy On Americans5 Commentswhitefangs+86
2013 Jun 26 Reddit's API (posting, commenting, voting) desperately needs HTTPS16 Commentsneedshumor+86
2013 Oct 13 The Copyright Monopoly Can Only Be Enforced With Mass Wiretapping, And Must Therefore Be Torpedoed: "If I claimed to be an author, painter, sculptor, or guitarist, would you let me track and wiretap all of your communications? That’s the only way the copyright monopoly can be enforced today"4 Commentsliefj+86
2014 Jan 08 Facial recognition app matches strangers to online profiles | Crave - CNET13 Commentsstrobexp+86
2014 Jan 12 If I was Edward Snowden and wanted to post classified information to Reddit using a throwaway account and orbot (tor)for an Android phone on Sprint would I be protected and how much?44 Commentskount22+86
2014 Mar 13 Beyond Snowden: Don’t Coddle the National Security State; Smash It2 Commentsescotony+86
2014 Mar 20 US tech giants knew of NSA data collection, agency's top lawyer insists4 Commentsricemilk+86
2014 May 14 AT&T’s GigaPower plans turn privacy into a luxury that few would choose4 CommentsTwylaSohen+86
2014 Oct 29 Experimental Balloon to keep constant surveillance of area that could be harboring suspected cop killer. "They who can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety." - Ben Franklin6 CommentsTruthIsTheOnlyAnswer+86
2015 Jan 22 iPhone has secret software that can be remotely activated to spy on people, says Snowden12 Commentseleitl+86
2015 Feb 18 Google warns against expanding FBI hacking power2 Commentsjohnmountain+86
2015 Mar 06 Open WhisperSystems - Saying goodbye to encrypted SMS/MMS24 CommentsHormesis+86
2015 Apr 02 Brazil builds undersea internet cable to protect online privacy1 CommentsLibertatea+86
2015 Aug 09 Hackers Can Remotely Steal Fingerprints From Android Phones17 CommentsQU35710NM04R+86
2015 Nov 05 Most major VPN providers invading privacy of own customers right on their own websites49 Commentso2pb+86
2015 Dec 05 New software watches for license plates, turning you into Little Brother. How long until a license plate reader data blackmail-style website appears?6 Commentstrai_dep+86
2015 Dec 08 Inferred from reports: Feds illegally maintain registry of firearm owners; media fails to report it5 CommentsSoCo_cpp+86
2016 Feb 06 After pilot testing at Dulles airport, facial recognition software is set to roll out at all international airports to crackdown on fake travel documents.5 Commentsmakemeking706+86
2016 Apr 03 British Authorities Demand Encryption Keys in Case With “Huge Implications”5 CommentsblackVPN+86
2016 Nov 10 (x-post /r/IAmA) Let's Encrypt Team, A non-profit working to secure the Web1 CommentsKesseki+86
2012 Sep 14 New York Judge Tries to Silence Twitter in Its Ongoing Battle to Protect User Privacy1 Commentsakwala+85
2012 Sep 28 We identified phrases in encrypted VOIP calls with 90% accuracy without decrypting8 Commentsc0cky+85
2012 Nov 04 Skype hands 16-year-old's personal information to IT company11 CommentsUlkeshNaranek+85
2012 Nov 14 Petraeus Case Raises Concerns About Americans’ Privacy - NYTimes.com3 Commentsalexlamman+85
2013 Jan 21 Expelled from College after finding security flaw9 CommentsShouldBeZZZ+85
2013 Feb 19 Twitter gives up identity of Chilean user accused of being author of parody account12 Commentsraghos+85
2013 May 24 I have a non-logged VPN, I use Duck Duck Go on mozilla with all the secuirty optimized plug-ins, I have Thunderbird with Enigmail, and am TrueCrypting my HD, what's next?124 Commentssa_sh+85
2013 Jun 08 Google, Microsoft, Yahoo not hacked by chinese, instead hacked by our government to enable PRISM access11 Commentsdefconoi+85
2013 Jul 24 White House braced for Congress vote on amendment to limit NSA collection1 Commentsfutrawo+85
2013 Sep 12 6 Whopping Government Misstatements About NSA Spying | Threat Level1 CommentsBlueJadeLei+85
2013 Oct 27 Is Facebook going to let cops block you from posting about protests?5 Commentskismor+85
2013 Dec 30 The infamous #30c3 talk from Jacob Appelbaum (@ioerror) earlier today. "To Protect And Infect, Part 2"34 Commentscqwww+85
2014 Jan 13 How do you get politicians to care about privacy? | Film maker Cullen Hoback explains how he has used his anti-surveillance documentary - and two NSA whistleblowers - to push for policy reform in Washington5 Commentskulkke+85
2014 Mar 08 So I wrote FreedomPop about privacy concerns with their new "Snowden Phone" and they immediately closed the ticket18 Commentsd-X-X-b+85
2014 Apr 03 Help support the little-known privacy tool that has been critical to journalists reporting on the NSA: Tails, a ground-breaking operating system that forces privacy best-practices by default9 Commentshazysummersky+85
2014 Jun 14 Reddit still does not provide a way to view or delete all your comment history if you have over 1000 comments. Delete scripts cannot get around this either. Worth knowing if you care about your privacy.33 Commentsj636963+85
2014 Aug 28 The executive order issued in 1981 that led to mass spying, as told by NSA alumni4 CommentsblackVPN+85
2014 Sep 12 This Week in Privacy (Sep 5 - 12)3 Commentssurfeasy+85
2015 Feb 19 Lenovo Honestly Thought You’d Enjoy that Superfish HTTPS Spyware9 CommentsJDGumby+85
2015 Apr 08 AT&T fined $25 million after call center employees stole customers’ data | Ars Technica6 Commentsspeckz+85
2015 Jun 05 Edward Snowden is not going away0 Commentsjkoebler+85
2015 Aug 07 Privacy Badger 1.0 Is Here To Stop Online Tracking!15 Commentspizzaiolo_+85
2015 Aug 29 Police secretly track cellphones to solve routine crimes3 CommentsQU35710NM04R+85
2015 Oct 25 Piracy Tracking Outfit Fails Embarrassingly: UK-based piracy tracking company MUSO has made an embarrassing mistake by crowning The Walk as the most pirated movie of last week1 Commentsmaxwellhill+85
2015 Nov 20 TrueCrypt is safer than previously reported, detailed analysis concludes7 Commentsno1_vern+85
2015 Nov 30 "The National Security Letter spy tool has been uncloaked, and it's bad: No warrants needed to get browsing history, online purchase records, and other data."1 CommentsVostradamus+85
2016 Jan 22 California anti-encryption bill proposal might force Apple to stop sales on its home turf. "Despite Cook’s strong support for encryption, a $2,500 charge each time an iPhone doesn’t have a backdoor might force Apple to change its tune"13 CommentsNighthawkFencer+85
2016 Mar 13 Reddit added an unannounced feature to Alienblue: spyware34 Commentsi010011010+85
2016 Mar 29 FBI’s war with Apple shows how little control we have over our privacy3 CommentsblackVPN+85
2016 Apr 28 Man jailed indefinitely for refusing to decrypt hard drive24 CommentsFucanelli+85
2016 Jul 11 MIT Researchers have designed an anonymity network that they claim is faster and more secure than TOR.22 Commentsnimbus76+85
2016 Aug 23 U.S. Customs and Border Protection Wants to Know Who You Are on Twitter—But It’s a Flawed Plan -- "would violate travelers’ privacy, and would have a wide-ranging impact on freedom of expression—all while doing little or nothing to protect Americans from terrorism"11 Commentsmepper+85
2016 Sep 19 WashPost Makes History: First Paper to Call for Prosecution of Its Own Source [Snowden] --- After Accepting Pulitzer8 Commentswildism+85
2016 Oct 25 The Very Mighty, Omnipotent, Omniscient Privacy-SuperFriends of Reddit Let’s-Create-A-Shared-FAQ Project • /r/privacytoolsIO4 Commentstrai_dep+85
2012 Sep 27 Feds snoop on social network accounts without warrants9 CommentsUlkeshNaranek+84
2012 Sep 28 New book details the NSA's warrantless wiretapping program, as government moves to avoid all accountability in court: The book confirms that even top Bush Administration lawyers felt there was a "strong argument" that the program violated the law1 Commentsmepper+84
2012 Dec 17 End is near for surveillance law powers8 CommentsEquanimousMind+84
2013 Feb 07 Court of Human Rights: Convictions for File-Sharing Violate Human Rights1 Commentswhitefangs+84
2013 Apr 11 The IRS has quietly upgraded its technology so tax collectors can track virtually everything people do online.13 Commentsmkultraman+84
2013 Jun 13 Let's keep this in the forefront of people's minds. I truly believe this can have an impact if enough of us participate.9 CommentsHellaSwine+84
2013 Jun 22 US hacks Chinese mobile phone companies, steals SMS data: Edward Snowden7 Commentsfutrawo+84
2013 Sep 28 French agency may slap Google with a €300,000 fine for privacy violations11 CommentskevinLongstaff+84
2013 Oct 09 Politicians, press dodge crucial debate on surveillance - The Snowden leaks have exposed the need for a national discussion on privacy, but it isn't happening3 Commentstrilbey+84
2013 Nov 11 [TED Talk] Mikko Hyppönen - How the NSA betrayed the world's trust4 Commentscoolleatherjacketman+84
2014 Feb 24 Spy Lockout: The NSA debate comes to Apple Shareholder Meeting15 Commentszmanian+84
2014 Jul 22 If the EFF create a privacy tool, then it MUST be good22 Commentsthefictionalist+84
2014 Dec 28 Important corporate actors have unprecedented knowledge of the minutiae of our daily lives, while we know little to nothing about how they use this knowledge to influence important decisions that we — and they — make.1 Commentssadatay+84
2015 Jan 28 Every airline passenger flying in and out of Europe will have personal data including their bank card details stored on a police database, under new anti-terror plans.12 Commentsbgny+84
2015 Mar 15 Norway police broke law with fake base stations. Norway's Police Security Service (PST) persistently violated the law as it established a network of fake mobile phone base stations across Oslo last year, Norway’s Aftenposten has revealed.2 Commentsreaderseven+84
2016 Feb 26 FBI director admits Apple encryption case could set legal precedent3 Commentstrot-trot+84
2016 May 18 Wow!! LinkedIn Data Breach: 117 Million Accounts Up For Sale9 CommentsVincentLaurent+84
2016 Aug 24 The NSA Built a Secret, Warrantless, Shadow 'Social Network' and You're Already On It10 Commentsproperal+84
2016 Dec 22 Victory! Court Rejects Government’s Secrecy Claims in EFF’s Hemisphere Suit2 CommentsAnonymousAurele+84
2012 Jul 15 I found the secret page on Facebook that lets you delete all the contacts it stole from your phone. Can someone add this to the FAQ?10 CommentsTurdFerguson+83
2012 Nov 16 TSA full body scan vendor may have falsified tests of software intended to stop the machines from recording graphic images of travelers5 Commentsstardrummer+83
2013 Jun 22Software The Electronic Frontier Foundation is offering HTTPS Everywhere a free Firefox and Chrome extension that encrypts your communications with many major websites, making your browsing more secure.16 Comments1632+83
2013 Dec 18 Posting a child’s life for the world to see is a privacy issue11 CommentsPrivacyDude+83
2014 Feb 14 Google admits data mining student emails in its free education apps23 CommentsJay____+83
2014 Mar 09 TextSecure: End-to-End encrypted and Open Source Messaging app for Android32 CommentsThe-Motive-Force+83
2014 Jul 04 If you read Boing Boing, the NSA considers you a target for deep surveillance2 Commentsabudabu+83
2014 Jul 15Possibly Misleading f.lux selling browsing data? was mentioned elsewhere, anyone knows what it means?50 CommentsMadd0g+83
2015 Aug 06 Undercover officers infiltrated, took over Tampa protest groups before 2012 Republican National Convention2 CommentsRichardDanielson+83
2015 Aug 21 You Can’t Do Squat About Spotify’s Eerie New Privacy Policy59 CommentsCapnTrip+83
2015 Sep 19 Is there a more secure alternative to Dropbox?68 Commentsxxxblackspider+83
2015 Sep 28 AVG anti-virus is selling your web browsing history18 Commentstarkay+83
2015 Oct 05 TTIP, TISA Explained | Wikileaks3 Commentspizzaiolo_+83
2016 Apr 08 Julian Assange: They Won – Mass Surveillance and Illegal Spying is ‘Here to Stay’10 Commentspolymute+83
2016 Apr 14 The FBI May Be Sitting on a Firefox Vulnerability11 CommentsgiIEk+83
2012 Jun 18 Google report provides glimpse at govt demands to censor content, turn over user info: "U.S. authorities are leading the charge...Google says it increasingly fields requests from government agencies trying to use their power to suppress political opinions and other material they don’t like."4 Commentsjdw25+82
2012 Jun 21 Has anyone ever successfully closed a Hotmail account? Every time...7 Commentspirate_plant+82
2012 Aug 01 Dropbox confirms it got hacked, will offer two-factor authentication17 CommentsUlkeshNaranek+82
2012 Aug 14 Confiscated cellphone at Times Square shooting reignites debate over photographing police10 Commentsmoooooky+82
2012 Aug 23 Constitutional Court rules real-name policy online unconstitutional. The Constitutional Court ruled Thursday the online real-name verification legislation is unconstitutional, paving the way for the controversial system to be repealed 5 years after its introduction.6 Commentsreaderseven+82
2013 Jan 21 US lobbying against the data protection reform intensifies: The US authorities produced another lobbying document to influence the EU's decision making on European citizens' fundamental right to privacy and data protection0 Commentsmaxwellhill+82
2013 May 30 Police barge into house, without warrant, threaten arrest and search her property. Besides the mistaken identity, they are rude as HELL.34 Commentstrygan49+82
2013 Sep 08 NSA: Possibly breaking US laws, but still bound by laws of computational complexity1 CommentsDevFRus+82
2013 Nov 04 Google’s NSA outrage: Correct and hypocritical - CEO Eric Schmidt in 2009 said if you have nothing to hide you shouldn't fear surveillance4 Commentssnowdenhero+82
2013 Dec 11 Surveillance Agencies’ Self-Image Just A Small White Cat Away From Bond Villain4 Commentsrealrasengan+82
2014 Jan 25 A Giant Military Surveillance Blimp Is Going to Constantly Monitor the East Coast8 Commentsturophobia+82
2014 Jan 30 U.S. launches five research teams to develop covert data mining technology7 Commentstrilbey+82
2014 Feb 19 AT&T's first transparency report reveals 300,000 total law enforcement requests2 Commentsquantumcipher+82
2014 Apr 01 US intelligence oversight group from 1975 says things are way worse now1 Commentseberkut+82
2014 Oct 12 Head of Europol's Cybercrime Centre: "The increasing trend towards greater encryption of online communications is not acceptable"8 Commentspred+82
2014 Nov 20 Android IMSI-Catcher Detector - Android app to detect and avoid fake mobile towers (IMSI-Catchers) in GSM/UMTS Networks [x-post from /r/Android]2 CommentsbeardedTortoise+82
2015 Jan 31 Passenger tracking in the EU will be as invasive as it is in the US4 Commentsapiljic+82
2015 Feb 10 EFF Vows to Continue the Fight Against Mass Surveillance After Disappointing Ruling1 CommentsKerberos53+82
2015 Mar 02 Google Quietly Backs Away from Encrypting New Lollipop Devices by Default17 CommentsJDGumby+82
2015 Oct 06 Snowden: US, UK spies 'want to own your phone'1 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+82
2015 Nov 26 Google has removed over 440,000 links over Europeans right to be forgotten request7 CommentsDiazepam+82
2015 Dec 25 NSA sued over alleged spying during 2002 Winter Olympics0 CommentsmWo12+82
2016 Jan 01 ISP is distributing my private data, redirecting my web traffic, and attempting to hijack my SSL certificates.27 CommentsSpaghettiStacks+82
2016 Jan 11 Windows 10 Invasive Privacy - Setting Telemetry to a value of 0 does NOT disable telemetry.31 Commentstiltitsmcgee+82
2016 Feb 03 What’s TPP? The problematic partnership1 Commentspizzaiolo_+82
2016 Feb 23 Silk Guardian -- is an anti-forensic kill-switch that waits for a change on your usb ports and then wipes your ram and turns off your computer14 Commentseleitl+82
2016 May 08 Microsoft and Google’s new pact could signal the beginning of the end for personal privacy5 Commentspolymute+82
2016 Sep 13 Police forces across the United States are stockpiling massive databases with personal information2 Commentsdabshitty+82
2016 Sep 25 Quantum computing will cripple encryption methods within decade, spy agency chief warns - Canada’s CSE electronic spy agency37 Commentslabooleyrama+82
2017 Jan 17 This whole privacy thing is a bit overwhelming38 CommentsBurntGlory+82
2012 Apr 23 Ron Paul: Corporations will ‘act as government spies’ under CISPA10 Commentsmathiswrong+81
2012 Dec 27 Why We Should All Care About the Today's Senate Vote on the FISA Amendments Act, the Warrantless Domestic Spying Bill1 CommentsEquanimousMind+81
2013 Jan 02 Employers in California, Illinois can no longer request Facebook passwords3 Commentsmepper+81
2013 Jun 11 According to Google Hot Searches more people searched for "national donut day" (200,000+) than for "prism" (100,000+) and "nsa" (50,000+). This search on Trends suggests otherwise. Is Hot Searches censored?11 Commentstmalsburg2+81
2013 Aug 27 Ohio forgot to tell residents that cops have been using facial recognition on license photos, "which allows police to scan pictures of suspects and match them to drivers license photos in the law enforcement’s database"3 Commentsmepper+81
2013 Oct 30 You might want to read this before accepting your new Google+ Vanity URL (privacy and loss of control risk)16 Commentscqwww+81
2014 May 19 Silicon Valley companies refuse to participate in new Frontline documentary on the NSA and Internet surveillance2 Commentstrilbey+81
2014 Jun 08 How to Encrypt Everything29 Commentssimplesammm+81
2014 Jun 11 The National Security Agency is making an ironic excuse for why it can’t stop deleting data evidence that could be used against it, despite receiving multiple court orders to stop – it doesn’t know how.9 CommentsAplusplusplus+81
2014 Oct 30 The 7 Privacy Tools Essential to Making Snowden Documentary CITIZENFOUR6 CommentsblackVPN+81
2015 Feb 02 Google, Amazon, Microsoft and Taboola have reportedly paid AdBlock Plus to allow their ads to pass through its filter software12 CommentsShatbird+81
2015 Jul 03 Dutch intel bill proposes non-specific (‘bulk’) interception powers for “any form of telecom or data transfer”, including domestic, and w/mandatory cooperation from "providers of communication services"5 Commentsmrkoot+81
2015 Oct 24 Apple's EULA Gives It License to Invade Your Privacy, Government Claims1 CommentsblackVPN+81
2015 Oct 30 After guilty plea, judge confused as to why prosecutors still want iPhone unlocked0 Commentskdayel+81
2015 Oct 31 Crypto is For Everyone - and American History Proves It2 Commentsnikoma+81
2015 Dec 26 A message from George Orwell: your digital rights4 Commentszxxx+81
2016 Mar 07 Verizon fined $1.35 million for using supercookies to track mobile users1 Commentslevjoy+81
2016 Apr 30 U.S. spy court rejected zero surveillance orders in 2015: memo5 CommentsBarmagluk+81
2016 Jun 01 ​The UK Is Using Bulk Interception to Catch Criminals—And Not Telling Them, Thus Denying Them A Fair Trial [x-post /r/europrivacy]1 Commentsourari+81
2016 Jul 05 Tor Privacy settings coming to Firefox9 CommentsAnonymousAurele+81
2016 Sep 22 No matter what, don’t use Google’s new Allo messenger app, says Edward Snowden8 CommentsVrgom20+81
2017 Jan 18 A New Era of Mass Surveillance is Emerging Across Europe4 CommentsPrivacyIntl+81
2012 Jul 02 Three NSA Whistleblowers Back EFF's Lawsuit Over Government's Massive Spying Program5 CommentspreventDefault+80
2012 Jul 29 Google Admits It Did Not Delete Data Taken From Wi-Fi Devices12 Commentsmaxwellhill+80
2012 Oct 27 Yahoo decides it will ignore the "Do Not Track" functionality of browsers (xpost /r/technology)21 Commentsclientsoup+80
2013 Feb 21 Illinois state senator pushes anti-anonymity bill10 Commentszer0knowledge+80
2013 Apr 12 How stores spy on you: "There are even mannequins whose eyes are cameras that detect the age, sex, ethnicity, and facial expressions of passers-by."21 CommentsRamonaLittle+80
2013 May 29 Harvard dean resigns amid email scandal. The Harvard dean that allowed the search of faculty emails has stepped down.8 Commentsreaderseven+80
2013 Aug 13 Google: Gmail users "have no legitimate expectation of privacy"15 CommentsFraGGod+80
2013 Sep 01 You are sending a private key in [your] signature. Your key is thus compromised and must be immediately revoked.24 Commentspgpfail+80
2013 Sep 20 RSA Security tells customers to drop NSA-related encryption algorithm in their product9 Commentspigfish+80
2014 Jan 15 N.S.A. Devises Radio Pathway Into Computers11 CommentsMarieNotMyRealName+80
2014 Mar 03 Florida Cops' Secret Weapon: Warrantless Cell Phone Tracking4 Commentsanutensil+80
2014 Mar 05 US State Dept: “Surveillance should not be arbitrary,” except when it is1 Commentspeter_tonoli+80
2014 May 08 Snapchat settles FTC charges for lying about privacy8 Commentsfabnup+80
2014 Jul 31 Bleep: BitTorrent Unveils Serverless & Encrypted Chat Client11 CommentsblackVPN+80
2014 Oct 16 Australian data retention taken to dangerous lengths, warn privacy advocates: New national security laws set a frightening global benchmark for government access to personal data, advocates say1 CommentsLibertatea+80
2014 Oct 28 ACLU Calls Schools’ Policy to Search Devices and ‘Approve’ Kids’ Web Posts Unconstitutional1 Commentselectronics-engineer+80
2015 Jul 01 Warning: Windows 10 will share your Wi-Fi key with your friends' friends31 CommentsTotalLoser2+80
2015 Jul 16 Don't use microsoft emails ever57 Commentsvgsgpz+80
2015 Aug 24 Digital surveillance 'worse than Orwell', says new UN privacy chief1 Commentscypherpnk+80
2015 Aug 26 When surveillance is a feature, not a bug!5 CommentsiaTeALL+80
2015 Sep 19 Obama crypto leak: no mandatory broken encryption. Yet.12 Commentsciderpunx+80
2016 Jan 14 ‘Suspicionless surveillance’: Cafes, universities may be forced to retain Wi-Fi users’ data7 Commentsruskeeblue+80
2016 Jan 14 Americans wary about data tracking in cars and homes. A new study focused on privacy concerns reveals that most American consumers aren't willing to let companies track driving habits even if it means a discount on insurance.4 CommentsMrDent+80
2016 Feb 25 Apple Hires Lead Dev of Snowden’s Favorite Messaging App17 CommentsLibertatea+80
2016 Apr 19 Anti-Encryption Social Media Campaign Backfires Spectacularly1 CommentsProGamerGov+80
2016 Jul 22Old News F-Droid, Copperhead, Guardian Project partner to create a security-focused, Android-based ecosystem9 Commentsflaggwiz+80
2016 Jul 31Old news DuckDuckGo: Illusion of Privacy58 Commentscupboard1+80
2016 Aug 04 This Engineer Started a Tor-Based Internet Provider to Fight Surveillance - Judges have ruled Tor users have 'no expectation of privacy.’ This one-man internet provider disagrees.9 Commentsanutensil+80
2016 Aug 09 Facebook Will Force Advertising on Ad-Blocking Users22 Comments678+80
2016 Dec 04 The police is spying on and blocking Internet access to North Dakota pipeline protesters through cell site simulators without a warrant1 Commentspolymute+80
2016 Dec 25 PSA: My privacy and job is at risk due to 'anonymous' public data sourced from Chrome extension tracking. Be careful.30 Commentskhalo_+80
2012 Nov 19 The "Copyright Alert System" Hollywood’s peer-to-peer surveillance arm should concern every American; Promises of Transparency Already Broken1 Commentsr3b3lang3l+79
2013 Jun 10 Icelandic Legislator Ready To Help NSA Whistleblower Edward Snowden Seek Asylum1 CommentsKuduIO+79
2013 Jul 30 Cops Can Track Cellphones Without Warrants, Appeals Court Rules5 CommentsSomeKindOfMutant+79
2013 Aug 10 EFF: Obama Promises Reform of NSA Spying, But the Devil Will Be in the Details7 Commentsfutrawo+79
2014 Mar 29 JFK Gives a speech that perfectly applies to the NSA1 Commentsmitunakaptor+79
2014 May 04 Cory Doctorow: How to Talk to Your Children About Mass Surveillance3 Commentsfabnup+79
2014 May 19 Israel Spied on the US with NSA’ assistance! Says the Latest Snowden Revelation.5 CommentsRenascienza+79
2014 Jun 11 Android no longer reveals app permission changes in automatic updates. Change could heighten security risks for users.11 Commentstrai_dep+79
2014 Jul 02 EFF Sues NSA Again Over Failure To Release Procedures For Dealing With Zero Days | Techdirt2 Commentsacer5886+79
2014 Jul 09 Take some time now and make an owncloud server to get your data off of Google10 Commentskarenlamb+79
2015 Jan 05 The government spent a lot of time in court defending NSA spying last year -- "litigation challenging NSA surveillance moved forward in multiple cases, giving the government plenty of time to demonstrate exactly how outrageous its arguments in defense of mass spying are"1 Commentsmepper+79
2015 Feb 27 In case you missed Snowden et al. presence at Reddit: We are Edward Snowden, Laura Poitras and Glenn Greenwald from the Oscar-winning documentary CITIZENFOUR. AUAA.1 Commentslapall+79
2015 Aug 03 30 Ways Your Windows 10 Computer Phones Home to Microsoft17 CommentsTheLantean+79
2015 Aug 18 Anti-Privacy Unkillable Super-Cookies Spreading Around the World22 CommentsJDGumby+79
2015 Oct 12 Tell me again: Why does Australia need #DataRetention?14 Commentsacrediblesauce+79
2015 Oct 26 Top German official infected by highly advanced spy trojan with NSA ties1 Comments63-6F-6F-6B-69-65-3F+79
2015 Nov 21 Chipotle Exposes Private Data By Sending HR E-mails Via Unowned Domain, Doesn't See The Problem11 CommentsSybles+79
2016 Feb 03 How your health and prescription records are being treated like credit report information that is easily accessed by the wrong people.3 Commentsdaniel518+79
2016 May 04 The NSA is going to start sharing YOUR data with the police and FBI!‏13 Commentsurgahlurgah+79
2016 Jun 18 YouTube Privacy Suggestions (2012 vs 2016)12 Commentsnikoma+79
2016 Aug 02 Hackers break into Telegram, revealing 15 million users' phone numbers | VentureBeat | Apps40 Commentsfinick10+79
2016 Oct 05 Not OK, Google: the actual price for building a “personal Google for everyone, everywhere” would in fact be zero privacy for everyone, everywhere.11 Commentsourari+79
2016 Oct 21 How to remove yourself from the Internet: A 5-step guide to going MIA online10 Commentssiouxsieqok+79
2012 May 13advice "The Queen has formally announced plans to greatly increase surveillance of the internet" - What steps exactly should a privacy conscious person be taking to avoid the state monitoring us now and in the future?42 CommentsTheUKLibertarian+78
2012 Aug 02 Cybersecurity Act of 2012 Dies in the Senate – Activists Claim Victory2 CommentsUlkeshNaranek+78
2012 Aug 25 William Binney, a 32-year veteran of the National Security Agency, helped design a top-secret program he says is broadly collecting Americans’ personal data10 Commentscaroline_says+78
2012 Nov 22 Facebook just sent out a notice on policy changes the Wednesday before Thanksgiving. Don't know what is says, but it must be pretty bad to send out the Wednesday before T-day.14 CommentsPrestoVivace+78
2013 Feb 25 Protecting your data and device is not as simple as just locking your phone. Here is how you can manage your mobile privacy 4 CommentsKentonDouglas+78
2013 Jun 23 NSA PRISM puts "public" cloud in a new light0 Commentsnothingtolookat+78
2013 Jul 01 In 2009, a German politician sued to have 6 months of his stored metadata released by his cell phone company, this is what it looks like.9 Commentsbrtm+78
2013 Dec 19 Why Won’t Obama Rein in the N.S.A.?22 Commentsdarkon+78
2013 Dec 21 UK citizen wins legal round against Facebook over NSA Prism leaks1 CommentsPrivacyDude+78
2014 Apr 13 Former APD Officer Sentenced for Criminal Database Snooping3 Commentsquantumcipher+78
2014 Apr 21 Privacy concerns? What Google now says it can do with your data (+video)20 CommentsVailhem+78
2014 Apr 30 [Firefox] Which addons can I use to increase my sense of privacy yet not break sites?51 Commentsalabrand+78
2014 Jul 14 Ottawa gives itself new powers to share personal information0 CommentsTuneRaider+78
2014 Aug 14 More Govt Employees Caught Using Work Computers To Access Porn, Claim 'Boredom' Made Them Do It19 CommentsblackVPN+78
2015 Apr 02 PrivacyTools.io37 Commentsveganic+78
2015 May 22 Most Americans Want More Privacy, Don't Trust Advertisers, Social Media Or Search1 CommentsAliRazaSG+78
2015 May 30 VA used 3rd-party contractors to shred sensitive information. One of the contractors "stole documents intended for shredding that contained the personal identifying information of U.S. veterans and sold them to people who used the information to file fraudulent tax returns."2 Commentscoupdetaco+78
2015 Sep 06 OMEMO looks like the crypto Holy Grail: it enables easy, multi-device, multi-party, offline-capable, forward-secure chat encryption on XMPP16 Commentsmetalwiesel+78
2016 Feb 08 That Time the Super Bowl Secretly Used Facial Recognition Software on Fans0 Commentsanutensil+78
2016 Apr 01 FBI agrees to help Arkansas prosecutors open iPhone after hack of San Bernardino device. It was a ruse , they know how to get into any phone5 Commentsruskeeblue+78
2016 Apr 28 FBI Is One Step Closer To Getting Legal Authority To Hack Computers Everywhere6 Comments97779+78
2016 May 06 Court: Facebook Must Face Facial-Recognition Privacy Lawsuit0 Commentslabatts_blue+78
2016 Jun 27 Attention US-bound tourists: Social media accounts subject to inspection -- US border authorities are proposing that millions of tourists entering the country each year reveal their social media identities12 Commentsmepper+78
2016 Aug 20 Preparing for the War on Cash: "The Death of Cash is an episode in the broader drama that is the Death of Privacy, and the death of informal, unaccounted-for behaviour"12 CommentsEconHacker+78
2016 Dec 07 Shareholders Demand Transparency for AT&T’s Hemisphere Phone Records Spying Program0 CommentsAnonymousAurele+78
2016 Dec 23 Microsoft Admits It “Went Too Far” with Aggressive Windows 10 Updates18 CommentsAgbul+78
2016 Dec 26 People who've deleted Facebook, what was the final straw? [x-post from r/AskReddit]36 Comments86rd9t7ofy8pguh+78
2017 Jan 11 Cloudflare's transparency report reveals secret FBI subpoena0 Commentsbinarysneaker+78
2012 Jul 06 ACLU files lawsuit against the federal government to find out to what extent the government is reading our emails and texts.0 Commentsprogrammerswife+77
2012 Nov 01 Is this legal? Received this in mail today showing voting history of people in neighborhood. More in comments.35 Commentsthirteenhill+77
2012 Dec 04 Techdirt: ITU Approves Deep Packet Inspection Standard Behind Closed Doors, Ignores Huge Privacy Implications3 Commentsmoooooky+77
2013 Jan 15 Facebook stalking just got a major upgrade with Graph Search...or downgrade, if you care about privacy21 CommentsLawyerCT+77
2013 Aug 21 NY Times article from 1983: ".the N.S.A. was the lead agency in the Nixon Administration's attempt to stop newspapers from printing the Pentagon Papers"0 Commentshazysummersky+77
2013 Oct 06Possibly Misleading PureVPN just shut down and gave all user info the authorities.39 CommentsDrMaloo+77
2013 Oct 13 BitTorrent Inc. Doesn’t Care About Your Privacy, Not Always7 Commentsani625+77
2013 Oct 16 Snapchat admits to handing unopened 'snaps' to US law enforcement4 Commentsmorphy_defence+77
2013 Dec 27 US judge rules NSA phone tapping legal8 CommentsNewThoughtsForANewMe+77
2014 Apr 07CodeRed 'If you need strong anonymity or privacy on the Internet, you might want to stay away from the Internet entirely for the next few days while things settle.'2 Commentsourari+77
2014 Apr 15 TIL that the British Government Communications Headquarters runs an operation that may be more far-reaching than the NSA's in some ways, but they work together.0 Commentsfooook+77
2014 May 10 Bill Maher Rips Washington Post Suggestion That We Self-Edit in a World Lacking Privacy12 Commentsjgrep+77
2014 Jun 19 NSA ‘third party’ partners tap the Internet backbone in global surveillance program5 Commentsthegooddata+77
2014 Jul 28 I interacted with TSA Press Secretary Ross Feinstein via Twitter over the weekend. I've determined the dude is a jerk.55 Commentssaxindustries+77
2014 Oct 20 Rest in Peace, Google Glass: 2012-2014 - Glass has disappeared almost overnight, and there's a reason: Google's ham-fisted approach to privacy35 Commentsr721+77
2014 Nov 23 Attacking Tor: how the NSA targets users' online anonymity. Secret servers and a privileged position on the internet's backbone used to identify users and attack target computers.15 Commentstrai_dep+77
2014 Dec 03 Police body cameras come with no strings attached: No limits on how long video is stored, no limits on who can access the footage and even a lack of uniformity about when they need to be turned on.6 CommentsSailAway28+77
2015 Jan 14 White House endorses new CISPA, unveiled Tuesday3 CommentsMangochili+77
2015 May 07 Appeals Court Rules NSA Phone Program Not Authorized by Patriot Act2 CommentsBleak_Morn+77
2015 May 17 Wikileaks releases BND-NSA inquiry transcripts of 'unclassified sessions': The leaked documents show discrepancies between public and private sessions of the inquiry0 Commentsmaxwellhill+77
2015 Jun 09 Undetectable NSA-linked hybrid malware hits Intel Security radar9 Commentsjohnmountain+77
2015 Dec 16 Ted Cruz Is Right: NSA Reform Bill Allows More Spying4 Commentspopepeterjames+77
2016 Feb 06 THE TPP DEAL IS COMING AND THINGS WON’T BE EASY ON THE INTERNET1 Commentsswtt+77
2016 Feb 16 CIA chief invokes Paris attack to justify breach of privacy6 CommentsPathfinder357+77
2016 Apr 25 Websites that reject ad-blocker readers don't deserve your clicks16 CommentsCyberSoldier+77
2016 Jul 10 Circumventing Reddit Click Tracking15 Commentsbeardog108+77
2016 Aug 27 Has WhatsApp lost all trust from the public?44 CommentsDr_Logan+77
2016 Aug 31 Building a new Tor that can resist next-generation state surveillance0 Commentsspeckz+77
2016 Oct 26 Search Risk – How Google Almost Killed ProtonMail12 Commentstrai_dep+77
2017 Jan 17 Obama commutes sentence of Chelsea Manning18 Commentsgulabjamunyaar+77
2017 Jan 18 Newly discovered Mac malware found in the wild also works well on Linux3 CommentsAnonymousAurele+77
2012 May 20 'Big Brother' lampposts launched in America can see, hear and talk to you 13 Commentsrobert32907+76
2012 Aug 21 UK Redditors ONLY 48 hours left. 38 Degrees | Snooping: email the committee on the Consultation on Draft Communications Data Bill11 CommentsRedditambassador+76
2012 Nov 07 Bruce Schneier on Privacy in the Age of Big Data | "You are not Google’s customers. You are Google’s product they sell to their customers."12 Commentsalexlamman+76
2013 Jun 20 Leaked NSA Doc Says It Can Collect And Keep Your Encrypted Data As Long As It Takes To Crack It8 Commentsgoonsack+76
2013 Sep 04 California backtracks on RFID chips in drivers’ licenses6 CommentsNewThoughtsForANewMe+76
2013 Oct 07 We are the Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC). Ask Us Anything! We'll be here from 2-4PM53 CommentsEPICprivacy+76
2013 Dec 31 Judge Won’t Let Student Challenge Electronics Searches at US Border1 CommentsJDGumby+76
2014 Feb 18 Snowden Documents Reveal Covert Surveillance and Pressure Tactics Aimed at WikiLeaks and Its Supporters1 CommentsNimbs+76
2014 Feb 19 Homeland Security wants national database using license-plate scanners0 Commentsquantumcipher+76
2014 Feb 21 Why AT&T’s Surveillance Report Omits 80 Million NSA Targets1 Commentsfabnup+76
2014 Mar 20 When Big Data Marketing Becomes Stalking - Data brokers cannot be trusted to regulate themselves2 CommentsNotEltonJohn+76
2014 May 09 Apple, Facebook, others defy authorities, notify users of secret data demands4 Commentsquantumcipher+76
2014 May 25 German court rules that you can't keep your homemade porn after you break up21 Commentsk-h+76
2014 Jun 02 Self-Driving Cars Will Turn Surveillance Woes Into a Mainstream Worry | Opinion | WIRED4 Commentsspeckz+76
2014 Jun 25 Cellphones Can’t Be Searched Without a Warrant, Supreme Court Rules3 Commentstreerat+76
2014 Oct 19 What is the status on truecrypt?56 CommentsButteryCat+76
2015 Jan 11 10 Rules for Dealing with Cops, By a Cop Few people understand that your constitutional rights only apply if you understand and assert them.4 Commentstrai_dep+76
2015 Jan 15 Records Show Customs Officers Send Traveler Reading Habits to FBI0 Commentsquantumcipher+76
2015 Feb 24 Raising the Alarm Over Devices That Let Police Snoop Into Our Homes: the device is sensitive enough to detect a breathing (but otherwise motionless) person on the other side of a 12-inch-thick brick or concrete wall 50 feet away6 Commentsmaxwellhill+76
2015 Apr 03 Hey /r/privacy, what tools do you use to increase your personal privacy? What would you recommend?45 CommentsInfosopher+76
2015 Apr 13 eBay Sets Terrible Precedent by Giving in to Russia's Demands for User Data5 Commentsquantumcipher+76
2015 May 16 Starting to see Facebook friend suggestions which are definitely from my phone book (I haven't given access to Facebook) through Whatsapp. No mutual friends but my barber popped up in suggestions15 Commentsronan125+76
2016 Feb 10 The government just admitted it will use smart home devices for spying | Trevor Timm | Opinion6 Commentseleitl+76
2016 Mar 30 Your iPhone just got less secure. Blame the FBI. "Vulnerabilities are found, fixed, then published. The entire security community is able to learn from the research, and — more important — everyone is more secure as a result of the work. The FBI is doing the exact opposite."4 CommentsLibertatea+76
2016 May 02 WhatsApp, Used by 100 Million Brazilians, Was Shut Down Nationwide Today by a Single Judge23 Commentsbortkasta+76
2016 May 27 EFF to FCC: Prevent ISPs From Following Your Every Internet Move4 CommentsAnonymousAurele+76
2016 Nov 22 Tor phone is antidote to Google “hostility” over Android, says developer13 CommentsAnonymousAurele+76
2016 Nov 27 Appeals court: It doesn'€™t matter how wanted man was found, even if via stingray2 Commentsoneultralamewhiteboy+76
2012 Dec 23 FISA Is Up For Renewal: Will The NSA Be Forced To Reveal Its Warrantless Wiretapping Campaign And Why The Agency Spies On Americans?3 CommentsEquanimousMind+75
2013 Feb 04 DEA Circumventing Oregon State Law To Grab Medical Records Without A Warrant0 CommentsUlkeshNaranek+75
2013 Feb 20 New Ohio law would make it legal to secretly eavesdrop on emails, phone calls, text messages of minors.11 Commentsgaryrbtsn+75
2013 Mar 25 Mobile location data 'present anonymity risk': a study of mobile phone data - used by advertisers or even released publicly - reveals that individuals can be identified using only four location points5 CommentsTuneRaider+75
2013 Jun 07 “Now we are all persons of interest”: NSA whistle-blower Thomas Drake on why the Verizon surveillance is the new normal, and may never be undone1 Commentsflyville+75
2013 Aug 14 Lavabit founder, under gag order, speaks out about shut-down decision6 CommentsBobbyTendinitis+75
2013 Nov 02 Living in a Surveillance State: Mikko Hypponen (F-Secure chief researcher) at TEDxBrussels19 Commentsmalcolmi+75
2013 Dec 14 Who are these “Chief Privacy Officers” and why didn’t they blow the whistle on the NSA?3 Commentstrilbey+75
2014 Jan 08 7 Things You Missed If You Didn't Read Wired's Big Story On How The NSA Is Killing The Internet1 Commentsmaxwellhill+75
2014 Mar 05 EFF Fights Back Against Oakland's Disturbing Domain Awareness Center1 Commentsquantumcipher+75
2014 Aug 30 How to use make-up to confuse facial-recognition technology and CCTV cameras (and go to cyberpunk parties)23 CommentsEconHacker+75
2015 Mar 13 Mysterious spy cameras collecting data at post offices0 Commentsilikenwf+75
2015 Mar 19 US Threatened Germany Over Snowden, Vice Chancellor Says1 Commentsjohnmountain+75
2015 Mar 24 OSX: Crypt3 Developer, Steve Dekorte, Citing Gov't Abuses, Releases His Encryption App, Open Source, to GitHub, Drops Price to Zero. Heroic!8 Commentstrai_dep+75
2015 Mar 25 If you live in the USA, please help stop the privacy-endangering CISA bill by contacting your representative.0 Commentswhamboom+75
2015 Jun 22 Popular Security Software Came Under Relentless NSA and GCHQ Attacks6 CommentsBossman1086+75
2015 Jul 20 Goodbye Gmail. Best ccTLD and vendor to buy domain for personal mail server?50 Commentswithmekey+75
2015 Aug 18 The IRS Vastly Underestimated How Many Tax Forms Hackers Accessed5 Commentsanutensil+75
2015 Oct 01 Apple CEO Tim Cook: 'Privacy Is a Fundamental Human Right'17 Commentsdavey_b+75
2015 Oct 09 Encryption Pioneer Phil Zimmermann: 'People Want Their Privacy for Free'14 CommentsCapnTrip+75
2015 Oct 19 Facebook wants your phone number to protect against "targeted attacks". Seems like a stretch9 Commentsbraaak+75
2016 Jan 15 Investigation Finds Signs of Secret Phone Surveillance Across London6 Commentspolymute+75
2016 Apr 20 The FBI has gotten no new leads from the San Bernardino iPhone4 CommentsAluminiumMk1+75
2012 May 23 Privacy is Awesome. 5 Steps to Kill CISPA and Save Privacy0 Commentsnomdeweb+74
2012 Jul 30 Law School Study Alleges NYPD Overstepped its Power During Occupy Protests5 Commentsreaderseven+74
2012 Nov 14 This is what happens when the FBI is almost totally unrestrained2 Commentsgreenrd+74
2012 Nov 29HowTo Don't be a Petraeus: A Tutorial on Anonymous Email Accounts | Electronic Frontier Foundation5 Commentstheoldboy+74
2013 Jan 31 Meet the American company helping governments spy on "billions" of communications5 Commentsgaryrbtsn+74
2013 May 13 Saudi Arabian telco asks Moxie to help them intercept social network traffic4 Commentsliefj+74
2013 Jun 04 Deadline Looms for Suspect to Decrypt Laptop, or Go Directly to Jail25 CommentsSomeKindOfMutant+74
2013 Jun 08 NSA surveillance: iPhones make snooping easy for spies and law enforcement.5 CommentsNewThoughtsForANewMe+74
2013 Jun 29Possibly Misleading Revealed: secret European deals to hand over private data to America10 Commentsrandomhumanuser+74
2013 Jul 16 Court sides with Yahoo in NSA PRISM data collection case1 CommentsNewThoughtsForANewMe+74
2013 Dec 09 The human rights group Amnesty International has announces that it is taking legal action against the UK security services0 Commentskulkke+74
2014 Apr 21 Russian law gives Russia’s security service, the FSB, the authority to use SORM (“System for Operative Investigative Activities”) to collect, analyze and store all data that transmitted or received on Russian networks, including calls, email, website visits and credit card transactions3 Commentsmepper+74
2014 Jun 09 Six governments directly listen to and record calls on Vodafone without legal notices3 Commentsquantumcipher+74
2014 Oct 30 Secret Manuals Show the Spyware Sold to Despots and Cops Worldwide1 CommentsblackVPN+74
2015 Jan 30 EFF Wins Battle Over Secret Legal Opinions on Government Spying0 CommentsKerberos53+74
2015 Jan 31 Young people are more likely than older Americans to view the NSA positively.32 Commentseleitl+74
2015 Feb 16 Meet the serial failures in charge of protecting America’s online privacy1 CommentsblackVPN+74
2015 Apr 30 The Heise security team investigated WhatsApp's end-to-end encryption. The results show that WhatsApp might use TextSecure's exemplary encryption designed by Moxie Marlinspike, but implements it in such a fashion that is of little use in the real world7 Commentsjohnmountain+74
2015 May 03 Firefox tweaks that will enhance your privacy on internet13 Comments4nis+74
2015 Jul 13 A project to build a $200 DIY Wi-Fi router to help whistleblowers hide online just disappeared under bizarre circumstances14 CommentsVailhem+74
2015 Jul 24 UK MPs can no longer remain exempt from surveillance, lawyers concede8 CommentsSomaPavamana+74
2015 Aug 30 Appeals Court Reverses Ruling that Found NSA Program Illegal7 Commentsunnecessarily+74
2015 Sep 13 First library to support anonymous Internet browsing effort stops after DHS e-mail3 Commentsfuzzyparasite+74
2015 Sep 17 Kardashian-Jenner sisters' new websites expose nearly 900,000 users' data25 CommentsThirdParent+74
2015 Nov 19 The Paris attacks have shifted the momentum in the privacy-surveillance debate5 CommentsmWo12+74
2016 Feb 02 Email encryption for everyone via @fsf/6 Commentstimvalen+74
2016 Feb 29 Billboard company will be partnering with AT&T to track people's location to better serve ads3 CommentsFucanelli+74
2016 Mar 01 Apple Wins Major Court Victory in its Battle Against FBI in a Case Similar to Bernardino (x-post from /r/privacypatriots)1 Commentsprivacypatriot+74
2016 Jun 10 NSA Looking to Exploit Internet of Things, Including Biomedical Devices, Official Says5 CommentsTheLantean+74
2017 Jan 06 Still wanna use Kaspersky products?28 CommentsUndeadBane+74
2012 Jul 31 Your Privacy At Risk - Proposed Aus law requires ISPs to store web browsing history for 2 years, allow ASIO access to your computer without warrant, legally required backdoors & handling over your own password.2 Commentsglados_v2+73
2012 Oct 09 Court Won’t Revive Wiretap Suits Against AT&T, Verizon2 CommentsUlkeshNaranek+73
2012 Oct 31 Federal court approves use of hidden surveillance cameras on private property without warrants14 Commentsmeyamashi+73
2013 Jan 21 "FBI could have just photocopied 50 or so pages of someone’s middle finger"8 Commentsin1984+73
2013 May 28 Kafka, meet Orwell: peek behind the scenes of the modern surveillance state1 CommentsTuneRaider+73
2013 Jun 11 A grassroots movement on Reddit just sprang up to take a full page out in the New York Times in protest of the NSA's surveillance of millions of Americans, but their funding campaign needs your help!0 CommentsSuperConductiveRabbi+73
2013 Jun 17 "If you have nothing to hide, then you have nothing to fear" - has always made my skin crawl. Here are some questions to self-administer to the proponents of this position.(possibly /r/Privacy/*oldnews*). Its not about hiding things - it is about the potential for discrimination on many scales.14 Commentsbuckle_felt+73
2013 Jun 18 Glenn Greenwald: As Obama Makes "False" Surveillance Claims, Snowden Risks Life to Spark NSA Debate2 CommentsJawnSchirring+73
2013 Jul 18 The Police Know Where You Have Been and Where You Are Going. Privacy concerns about police technology tracking drivers5 CommentsAjjrel+73
2013 Aug 09 (Question) Is it fair to say the US government is now fully in the swing of shutting down anything they can't get their fingers into?13 CommentsXSSpants+73
2013 Sep 30 Ex-Microsoft privacy adviser: I don't trust company after NSA revelations0 CommentsCrankyBear+73
2013 Oct 07 The Guardian's current pace of 48 pages a month, it will take 26 years to release the full Snowden files5 Comments4nis+73
2013 Dec 06 No More Coffee-Making Dreams43 Commentsnocheese2012+73
2014 Feb 08 Why should you care about privacy if you have nothing to hide? Maybe here's why13 Commentsoewt+73
2014 Feb 21 Writing The Snowden Files: 'The paragraph began to self-delete' -- how and why, if at all, might this have been accomplished on an allegedly offline computer?12 Commentsdavid+73
2014 Feb 21 Crypto weaknesses in WhatsApp “the kind of stuff the NSA would love”11 Commentsnurwi+73
2014 Apr 16 Incredibly Informative Presentation on Privacy - Rather Lack Thereof from a Very Knowledgeable Private Investigator Named Steve Rambam. Caution: it's 3 Hours Long but Honestly You Can Watch any Part of it and be Informed. But I Can't Recommend Enough You Watch All of it.7 CommentsGreatLookingGuy+73
2014 Jun 15 Americans Agree on at Least One Thing: Privacy Now6 Commentsdavidreiss666+73
2014 Jun 26 German government cancels Verizon contract in wake of U.S. spying row7 Commentsantdude+73
2014 Sep 06 Cop Harrassment; You are required present ID as a passenger50 Commentscensoredandagain+73
2014 Sep 07 Analyzing the FBI’s Explanation of How They Located Silk Road10 Commentsmuchrandom+73
2014 Dec 13 The History Behind The 4th Amendment: "In modern society, it is easy to forget where many of our freedoms come from. It is also dangerous to turn a blind eye to history. Civilizations, military commanders, and leaders of nations have ignored history with devastating results."1 Commentstrot-trot+73
2015 Jan 05 Anti-terror plan to spy on toddlers 'is heavy-handed'9 CommentsTheAgoristReport+73
2015 Mar 23 Documents Reveal Canada’s Secret Hacking Tactics - The Intercept0 Commentsmrkoot+73
2015 Apr 09 How to really, really avoid fingerprinting?42 CommentsNormal-Everyday-Guy+73
2015 Oct 19 Latest FBI Terrorist Bust Shows A Future So 'Dark' Some Eye Protection Might Be Warranted: The FBI's narrative of a terrorist-filled world enshrouded in encryption continues to be disproven0 Commentsmaxwellhill+73
2016 Jan 09 The big data of bad driving: how insurers plan to track your every move7 Commentsjonfla+73
2016 Mar 15 FBI wants iPhone unlocked in Boston gang case1 Commentspolymute+73
2016 Jun 03shit post Cancelled my wired print subscription due to anti adblocker policy - as they do not respect my privacy12 Commentszenjester+73
2016 Jun 07 FBI Sends Computer Information Collected By Its Hacking Tools In Unencrypted Form Over The Open Internet2 CommentsRyydA+73
2016 Jul 08 Researchers Discover Tor Nodes Designed to Spy on Hidden Services10 Commentsxanderdad+73
2016 Jul 14 Big Privacy Ruling Says Feds Can’t Grab Data Abroad With a Warrant1 CommentsBarmagluk+73
2016 Jul 21 Edward Snowden’s New Research Aims to Keep Smartphones from Betraying Their Owners3 Commentsspeckz+73
2016 Aug 05 Pokemon Go players themselves are the real prey, privacy expert warns30 Commentsfuzzyparasite+73
2016 Oct 08 Thanks To Encryption, Governments Need Companies Like Yahoo To Spy on Users....8 CommentsRIP_Meth_9000+73
2016 Oct 13 How a Facial Recognition Mismatch Can Ruin Your Life3 CommentsRyydA+73
2012 Oct 25 EU Surveillance Team: We Need More Surveillance To Justify More Surveillance6 Commentskbondelli+72
2012 Nov 13 Google Transparency Report: Government requests on the rise4 Commentsr3b3lang3l+72
2012 Nov 20 Student Expelled for Refusing Location Tracking RFID Badge17 Commentstheanswermancan+72
2013 Jan 02 Newspaper can’t have more gun permit data, county says, after publishing names, addresses outraged community18 CommentsFlexgrow+72
2013 Feb 05 U.K. spy agencies plan to install Web snooping 'black boxes'19 Commentssouvarine+72
2013 Jun 23 Guardian liveblogging Snowden travel situation5 Commentsfutrawo+72
2013 Sep 30 NSA stores metadata of millions of web users for up to a year, secret files show3 Commentsfutrawo+72
2013 Nov 21 Inside America's Plan to Kill Online Privacy Rights Everywhere2 CommentsPrivacyDude+72
2014 Jan 16 BitTorrent Creator's New Software DissidentX Hides Secrets In Plain Sight18 Commentscookiedavis+72
2014 Apr 15 Airbnb would like your Google Drive File Metadata8 Commentsdsfsjkh+72
2014 Apr 30 One of my colleagues has not heard of Edward Snowden12 Commentskateyvodkablaze+72
2014 May 26 Security researcher: "Systems that can provide meaningful security don't end up in the news because their services actually work"8 Commentsleguvis+72
2014 Jul 28 The Ultimate Privacy Guide51 Commentsexcomminicando+72
2014 Aug 12 Amtrak won't name DEA spy paid $854K for passenger info, citing 'active and open' probe1 Commentshuffhuffpo+72
2014 Aug 31 How can I trust a vpn provider?63 Commentsprivatepeet+72
2014 Oct 16 FBI Director to citizens: Let us spy on you Encryption will “lead all of us to a very dark place,” FBI director says.5 Commentsspeckz+72
2014 Dec 23 Why Cellular Tracking Device Is So Secret: Documents Shed Some Light On How Police Use Controversial Cell Phone Tracking Technology3 Commentstrot-trot+72
2015 Jan 15 Mass surveillance not effective for finding terrorists3 CommentsLibertatea+72
2015 Feb 02 PGP creator Phil Zimmermann: 'Intelligence agencies have never had it so good'0 CommentsLibertatea+72
2015 Feb 06 GCHQ internet surveillance 'was unlawful', tribunal rules0 CommentsSourorange12+72
2015 Feb 23 ACLU-Obtained Documents Reveal Breadth of Secretive Stingray Use in Florida: The documents paint a detailed picture of police using an invasive technology — one that can follow you inside your house — in many hundreds of cases and almost entirely in secret0 Commentsmaxwellhill+72
2015 Mar 14 Richard Stallman's reasons not to use Facebook9 Commentsthekodols+72
2015 Mar 16 You Kids Get Off Mark Zuckerberg’s Lawn : "Mr. Zuckerberg goes to great lengths to protect the privacy of his personal life."10 Commentsyourbasicgeek+72
2015 Apr 27 ‘Citizenfour’ Director Laura Poitras on Snowden, John Oliver & Guarding Your Privacy1 CommentsLibertatea+72
2015 Apr 29 The Latest Argument Against Apple's New Encryption: It's for Perverts14 Commentsjohnmountain+72
2016 Jan 05 Why is Microsoft monitoring how long you use Windows 10?5 Commentsrmxz+72
2016 Mar 01 Theresa May to expand police powers to access web browsing records and hack phones | UK News2 CommentsDwarphthegiant+72
2016 May 09 Twitter tells US intel agencies to do their own data mining - Move comes as Silicon Valley publicly battles the US intelligence agencies.2 Commentsanutensil+72
2016 May 17 New Snowden bombshells: Docs released by The Intercept show how NSA worked in Iraq and Guantánamo0 CommentsmWo12+72
2016 May 30 Reddit CEO Steve Huffman: ‘We know your dark secrets. We know everything.’14 Comments0moi+72
2016 Aug 16 ‘Your Facebook and Twitter Accounts, Please’: A Dangerous Proposal from U.S. Customs and Border Protection3 CommentsTheHeroRedditKneads+72
2016 Aug 17 Police chiefs want new law that would compel people to reveal passwords - Politics15 Commentsiliketechnews+72
2016 Aug 19 How the NSA snooped on encrypted Internet traffic for a decade0 CommentsAnonymousAurele+72
2016 Sep 03 Is there any point in using both uBlock Origin and Privacy Badger simultaneously?35 Commentslonely_guy0+72
2016 Sep 05 Up to 80% of anonymous members can be identified by using linguistic software38 CommentsWriterro+72
2016 Sep 10No details Audit of VeraCrypt Completed – Phase II Begins4 Commentsfocus_rising+72
2016 Nov 05 Context collapse and the slow death of Facebook8 Commentsgggalaximmm+72
2017 Jan 16 What Firefox add-ons do you think are absolutely necessary for privacy?30 Commentssigh_zip+72
2012 Jun 16 Phil Zimmermann, PGP author, planning on releasing for-pay service for smartphones featuring encrypted e-mail, encrypted phone calls, and encrypted instant messaging.9 CommentsTurdFerguson+71
2013 Mar 11 Meet the men who spy on women through their webcams18 Commentsantdude+71
2013 Mar 19 Cops: U.S. law should require logs of your text messages: 'AT&T, Verizon Wireless, Sprint, and other wireless providers would be required to capture and store Americans' confidential text messages according to proposal to be presented to a congressional panel today'14 Commentstreerat+71
2013 Apr 19 Mozilla may issue a "death sentence" to TeliaSonera's SSL business over allegations the telecoms giant sold Orwellian surveillance tech to dictators.3 Commentscojoco+71
2013 Jun 11 Alternatives to Gmail?52 Commentsna_mean+71
2013 Jun 19 Fisa court oversight: a look inside a secret and empty process | Glenn Greenwald0 CommentsJawnSchirring+71
2013 Jul 16 FISA Court Agrees to Publish Secret Decision -- Do you need more evidence that Edward Snowden has made a difference? A few days after Snowden's disclosures, Yahoo filed a motion with the FISA court to declassify and publicly release its 2008 decision that forced them to turn over material to the NSA1 Commentsmepper+71
2013 Sep 06 EFF: Leaks Show NSA is Working to Undermine Encrypted Communications, Here's How You Can Fight Back -- Sign the petition to stop NSA spying. Call your elected representative. Use secure communications tools.1 Commentsmepper+71
2013 Dec 01 The FBI's Digital Surveillance Might Be More Wide-Ranging Than the NSA's11 Commentstrilbey+71
2014 Jan 07 Spy agency admits it spies on Canadians ‘incidentally’0 CommentsTuneRaider+71
2014 Feb 03 How Advertisers Can Use Your Personal Information To Make You Pay Higher Prices9 Commentsniciraci+71
2014 Apr 09 Wiretapping Advocate Joins Dropbox Boardroom9 CommentsLambdaBoy+71
2014 Jun 06 Heartbleed Redux: Another Gaping Wound in Web Encryption Uncovered10 Commentsquantumcipher+71
2014 Jul 09 Meet the Muslim-American Leaders the FBI and NSA Have Been Spying On6 Commentsleamas666+71
2014 Jul 17 Police admit cell phone spy tool "Stingray" can be used in any criminal investigation9 CommentsPepperoniBaron+71
2014 Aug 09 Judge orders rape victim to hand over access to Facebook page74 Commentsstatelessnfaithless+71
2014 Aug 25 ICREACH: How the NSA Built Its Own Secret Google -The Intercept0 Commentsspeckz+71
2014 Oct 18 CA woman charged Federally with possessing cellphone spyware, using it to intercept local law enforcement communications11 Commentstrai_dep+71
2014 Dec 03 This Is What Your Face Looks Like to Facebook7 CommentsMaxcactus+71
2014 Dec 05 When data gets creepy: the secrets we don’t realise we’re giving away | Technology0 Commentsstatelessnfaithless+71
2015 Jan 21 Obama Goes On Record Against Encryption, Says It Should Exist But He Should Be Able To Decrypt It19 Commentsswtt+71
2015 Feb 20 US and UK spies successfully stole SIM card encryption keys, resulting in privacy nightmare1 CommentsICLOAK+71
2015 Feb 23 [Cross-post] Edward Snowden, Laura Poitras and Glenn Greenwald IAmA1 Commentsxiongchiamiov+71
2015 Mar 07 Stop the presses: HTTPS-crippling “FREAK” bug affects Windows after all1 Commentslapall+71
2015 Mar 15 Senate CISA Cybersecurity Bill, Isn't About Cybersecurity, It’s About Surveillance - Tecnológicamente0 Commentsthewed+71
2015 May 06 USBKill turns thumb drives into computer kill switches -- "The device would be useful 'in case the police comes busting in, or steals your laptop from you when you are at a public library (as with Ross Ulbricht)'"18 Commentsmepper+71
2015 Nov 20 What's The Evidence Mass Surveillance Works? Not Much1 CommentsblackVPN+71
2015 Dec 04 Responding to "Nothing to hide, Nothing to fear"7 Commentspizzaiolo_+71
2016 Jan 04 How ‘Do Not Track’ Ended Up Going Nowhere3 Commentstrai_dep+71
2016 Jan 15 Polish MPs on Friday approved new rules on surveillance by security services that critics say will allow widespread electronic eavesdropping and intrude on citizens' privacy.3 Commentspolymute+71
2016 Feb 24 Snowden lawyer: Bill of Rights was meant to make government’s job “more difficult”2 Commentslabatts_blue+71
2016 May 05 FBI Harassing Core Tor Developer, Demanding She Meet With Them, But Refusing To Explain Why5 CommentsRobby010101+71
2016 May 06 NSA Silent on Spies’ Child Porn Problem13 Commentssonofurbo+71
2016 May 08 Tor developer Isis Agora Lovecruft publicly accuses the FBI of harassment1 Commentspolymute+71
2016 May 08 Supreme Court Quietly Approves Rule to Give FBI 'Sprawling' Hacking Powers6 Commentsazulu701+71
2016 May 31 Facebook and Google behind lobbying push to weaken facial recognition privacy law4 Commentsjonfla+71
2016 Aug 18 The Shadow Brokers Mess Is What Happens When the NSA Hoards Zero-Days2 Commentsproctorberlin+71
2012 Feb 02 FBI: Do You Like Online Privacy? You May Be a Terrorist13 CommentsM2Ys4U+70
2012 Jun 09 Users to 'flag' terrorist web pages under EU proposal - The EU is implementing a project to control all European websites. No parliament will be involved. Sponsored by Cecilia Malmström this is the worst attempt to censor the web ever.6 Comments1632+70
2012 Jun 27 If you live in LA, your car movements are being tracked17 Commentsjohnnyb3141+70
2012 Aug 15 Surveillance 24/7: Police and private companies use your license plate to monitor when and where you travel without needing a warrant or probable cause.8 Commentsamerican_mentlegen+70
2013 Mar 08 Texas Bill Would Bar Warrantless Collection of Cell Phone Location Data: "This bill simply requires a judge to take a look, and make sure a request for location data is reasonably likely to turn up evidence of crime in an investigation"1 Commentsmepper+70
2013 Mar 30 Twitter Gives Boston Police Requested User Data5 Commentswearehidden+70
2013 Apr 28 How Privacy Is Lost: Notes from a Lobbying Meeting on the New EU Data Protection Regulation0 CommentsMoocha+70
2013 Aug 02 Jimmy John's new online ordering system exposes username and password in plain text14 CommentsDumpsterDave+70
2013 Aug 11 Tracking devices hidden in London's recycling bins are stalking your smartphone (Wired UK)10 Commentssd002002+70
2013 Aug 14 Why doesn't Reddit use https?34 Commentsmacmaniac77+70
2013 Nov 20 LG Smart TVs logging USB filenames and viewing info to LG servers1 Commentsfreecris+70
2013 Dec 10 New documents show how the NSA infers relationships based on mobile location data1 Commentskulkke+70
2014 Feb 12 "To make sense of the surveillance states that we live in, we need to do better than [1984] and [the Panopticon]; We need to update our nightmares."7 Commentsourari+70
2014 May 11 FBI wants easier process to hack suspects’ computers5 Commentsfabnup+70
2014 Jun 12 Warrantless cellphone location tracking is illegal, US circuit court rules2 Comments-Gavin-+70
2014 Jun 18 Help Shut the Government's Surveillance Backdoors3 CommentsKegit+70
2014 Oct 12 "Avoid Facebook and Google... get rid of Dropbox" Edward Snowden on privacy0 Commentsryno2019+70
2014 Nov 20 Detekt: a free tool scanning for known surveillance spyware used to target and monitor human rights defenders and journalists around the world (Windows)2 Commentstrai_dep+70
2015 Jan 30 China acknowledges targeting VPN services to foster the “healthy development” of the nation's internet, says VPNs are illegal8 Commentsspeckz+70
2015 Feb 15 Obama signs Executive Order -- Promoting Private Sector Cybersecurity Information Sharing4 Commentsunderweargnome04+70
2015 Mar 10 Tell Congress: "It's time to expire the Patriot Act." http://bit.ly/1Bzvscv2 Commentskecward78+70
2015 Mar 29 A quick guide to staying secure online25 Commentsthunder9861+70
2015 Apr 13 Stingray: “The Biggest Threat to Cell Phone Privacy”1 CommentsMBABill+70
2015 Apr 26 The US Postal Service photographs every single piece of mail it handles.10 CommentsKazamaSmokers+70
2015 Jun 24 Google eavesdropping tool installed on computers without permission4 Commentsfgumo+70
2015 Aug 20 Location, Sensors, Voice, Photos?! Spotify Just Got Real Creepy With The Data It Collects On You - Forbes23 CommentsRagingSantas+70
2015 Oct 05 GCHQ’s surveillance hasn’t proved itself to be worth the cost to human rights0 Commentseberkut+70
2015 Nov 17 Snowden: Everybody should be running adblock software, if only from a safety perspective. We've seen internet providers like Comcast, AT&T, or whoever it is, insert their own ads into your plaintext http connections2 Commentsmaxwellhill+70
2015 Nov 26 Keys under doormats: mandating insecurity by requiring government access to all data and communications0 Commentsfantastic_comment+70
2015 Nov 30 FBI can demand web history, phone location data without a warrant2 Commentsspeckz+70
2016 Feb 09 ​Assume You’re Being Monitored, Because You Probably Are — the Future of Workplace Surveillance0 Commentstrai_dep+70
2016 Feb 10 "Art imitates life." - Edward Snowden tweets about new mass surveillance game2 CommentsChocoman1+70
2016 Feb 13 House bill would kill state, local bills that aim to weaken smartphone crypto0 Commentsflaggwiz+70
2016 Feb 14 Court Orders Web-Blocking Monitoring Site To Be Blocked8 Commentshugvo+70
2016 Mar 18 Apple Lambasts the FBI for Not Asking the NSA to Help Hack That iPhone4 CommentsDEAF-LAMONT+70
2016 Mar 24 Politicians want to stop UK Snooper’s Charter snooping on them4 CommentsblackVPN+70
2016 Apr 11 Tor aims to grow amid national debate over digital privacy12 CommentsGooberGibbs+70
2016 Apr 20 Apple, Google, Microsoft, and others express ‘deep concerns’ over controversial encryption bill. Coalitions representing major tech companies warn of 'unintended consequences' in letter to US senators.3 Commentsspeckz+70
2016 May 01 U.S. Supreme Court allows the FBI to Hack any Computer in the World11 CommentsmWo12+70
2016 Aug 02 I have damming information of corruption in my country and I want to expose it anonymously. What is the best way to make sure it doesn't get back to me?16 Commentsthrowaway9123459+70
2016 Sep 08 Senator Ron Wyden Heads to the Senate Floor Today to Oppose Mass Hacking8 Commentsdonkyhotay+70
2016 Sep 13 Amtrak makes their records widely available to law enforcement (sorry if this is common knowledge, not a regular here)1 Commentsren0vate+70
2012 May 23 FBI quietly forms secretive Net-surveillance unit, tasked with developing new electronic surveillance technologies, including intercepting Internet, wireless, and VoIP communications.3 Commentsnomdeweb+69
2012 Jun 17 Google, Facebook, & Big Brother.4 Commentsaltd3v+69
2012 Sep 06CodeRed Guiness World Records has owned up to leaking 1,070 email addresses of Redditgifts users who won the record for the Largest Online Secret Santa.3 Commentsharry_nash+69
2012 Nov 25 Germany and Ireland data protection czars force Facebook to stop automatic photo tagging in Europe.0 Comments881239+69
2013 Apr 02 FBI loses appeal in StingRay surveillance case3 CommentsUlkeshNaranek+69
2013 May 14 You think Skype is a good thing? Think again...15 Commentsshikkonin+69
2013 Jun 07 EFF has so much evidence of the NSA surveillance now that they've created a timeline0 Commentswhitefangs+69
2013 Jun 20 Revealed: the top secret rules that allow NSA to use US data without a warrant1 CommentsRamKKaushik13+69
2013 Jun 25 (almost) Complete privacy checklist42 CommentsMonePold+69
2013 Jul 16 Kim DotCom plans a Venture Capital Fund for privacy startups.1 Commentscap2002+69
2013 Jul 17 Teenager jailed for keeping computer password secret | UK news - "If you have nothing to hide, you don't need privacy"15 CommentsHoratio_Stubblecunt+69
2013 Jul 24 Rep. Amash’s Amendment To Defund The NSA’s Domestic Phone Metadata Program Fails 205-2174 CommentsOsterstriker+69
2013 Aug 06 The Internet Is a Surveillance State - Bruce Schneier. Seems even more relevant now than when he wrote it in March.0 Commentsfutrawo+69
2013 Aug 25 The FISA Court Knew the NSA Lied Repeatedly About Its Spying, Approved Its Searches Anyway1 Commentsmepper+69
2013 Sep 15 NSA's War on Global Cybersecurity10 Commentsyellowcakewalk+69
2013 Sep 26 "What follows is the most comprehensive picture to date of the mobile phone surveillance technology that has been deployed in the US over the past decade."5 Commentscliffsulliview+69
2013 Oct 23 Facebook & Google Move Up On Social Network Creep Index - The DEFCON warning system of social media0 Commentsmobileview+69
2013 Nov 13 Chilling effects: NSA Surveillance Drives U.S. Writers to Self-Censor (.pdf/PEN)3 Commentstachyonburst+69
2013 Nov 26 UK Internet filters will soon be used to block "extremist views"4 CommentsHeliobb+69
2013 Dec 18 The Real Purpose of Oakland's Surveillance Center2 CommentsAdelleChattre+69
2014 Feb 02 EU has secret plan for police to 'remote stop' cars23 CommentsKallb123+69
2014 Mar 10 You Know Who Else Collected Metadata? The Stasi7 Commentsdavidreiss666+69
2014 Sep 24 DuckDuckGo joins Google in being blocked in China8 CommentsMarcTCC+69
2014 Oct 13 These Are The Emails Snowden Sent to First Introduce His Epic NSA Leaks | WIRED3 Commentsstatelessnfaithless+69
2014 Oct 31 FBI Holds Secret Meeting To Scare Congress Into Backdooring Phone Encryption1 Commentswonkadonk+69
2014 Nov 16 Google’s secret NSA alliance: The terrifying deals between Silicon Valley and the security state0 Commentsabudabu+69
2014 Nov 25 GCHQ has more data than it can handle -- but UK gov 'needs more'0 CommentsLibertatea+69
2014 Dec 07 How browsers get to know you in milliseconds4 Commentshrjet+69
2014 Dec 18 Securing the future of GnuPG3 Commentsl1cache+69
2015 Feb 20 Report: NSA Hacked World’s Largest SIM Card Maker1 Commentswtfbbqqw+69
2015 Mar 13 How Harper's "anti-terror" bill ends privacy in Canada0 CommentsMauritaGraniero+69
2015 Jun 10 Fake Mobile Phone Towers Operating In The UK - A Sky News investigation uncovers the use of "IMSI catchers", which can collect the data of innocent people as they use their phone.2 Commentsjohnmountain+69
2015 Jul 29 NSA Tries to Blame Privacy Advocates for Keeping Americans' Telephone Records - "What the NSA appears to want instead [of deleting the records] is to paint privacy advocates like EFF as the reason that hundreds of millions of telephone records aren’t being destroyed."0 CommentsNacho_Papi+69
2015 Aug 11 The Many Things Wrong With the Anti-Encryption Op-Ed in the New York Times5 Commentstreerat+69
2015 Nov 13 Gmail will soon warn users when emails arrive over an unencrypted connection6 CommentsFlelk+69
2015 Dec 06 Windows 10 Uptake Slows Down Amidst Negative Reviews on November Threshold 2 Update's Excessive Control1 CommentsmWo12+69
2016 Jan 17 Peerio is not secure. Founder leaves and says it will be backdoored11 Commentsterrorofsarnath+69
2016 Feb 18 Why you should side with Apple, not the FBI, in the San Bernardino iPhone case "Either everyone gets secur