...to Microsoft are beefing up security to assuage consumer fears that the NSA is peeking into their browsing history and personal information, like their credit...
Apple closed two big deals and raked in a ton of cash this week. Amazon's delivery drones set off privacy alarm bells. Is Microsoft preparing the first smart bra
... Reports of corporate espionage...
Lawyers for the ACLU urged Southern District Judge William Pauley to reject the government's broad interpretation of Section 215 of the Patriot Act because to let it stand would create a "dramatic ex
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
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...corporate leaders. That paranoia turned into palpable risk after reports emerged of NSA wiretapping the phones of ...
...is it? SpyMeSat Just because the NSA is listening, doesn't mean no one's watching. With...
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