This weekend, the digital rights group released a "hacker alpha" version of its Open Wireless Router software.
A man and a woman were sentenced to 14 years for conspiring to steal money in a phishing scheme that was then used to transport criminals into the U.K.
At the HOPE X conference in New York, Daniel Ellsberg and Edward Snowden discussed the importance of keeping government spying in check.
After receiving tens of thousands of link removal requests, Google has convened a panel of experts who will speak at public meetings in Europe.
Microsoft will start complying with Europe's "right to be forgotten" ruling by offering its Bing users a form to request links be deleted.
Chinese hackers broke into databases at the Office of Personnel Management which house data on workers applying for top-secret security clearance.
The Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act of 2014 encourages threat information sharing between government and the private sector.
On Tuesday, the telecom giant published its second transparency report on government requests for customer data.
The PCI Security Standards Council General Manager Bob Russo will retire at year's end; Stephen W. Orfei will take the helm in September.
Noting that consumers are being asked to provide more information than ever before and are less protected, the National Consumers League has proposed reforms.
The Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board's report indicates internet communications needs less protection than phone calls.
A HotelHippo customer who happens to be a security consultant found multiple security flaws when he tried to book accommodations.
A Harris Poll survey of 308 senior IT professionals found greater trust for Dropbox and similar apps among younger workers and top executives.
The NSA is said to have threatened Denmark's government, warning that it would be excluded as a U.S.'s close ally if it didn't alter its encryption laws.
A district court judge has ruled that the Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit can review an earlier decision to deny Wyndham's request for dismissal.
For years, Google has battled accusations that it violated WireTap Act for its use of Street View.
The first privacy-driven mobile device is shipping to pre-order customers now and will begin accepting additional orders later this year.
The Office of the Director of Intelligence released a report based on information declassified by the Director of National Intelligence.
The legal fight stems from a 2013 request by the Manhattan district attorney, seeking data from the Facebook accounts of 381 people.
The German government and the Bundestag have decided not to renew contracts with Verizon in the wake of Snowden revelations.
In a letter to the Senate Intelligence Committee, 22 privacy advocates said the bill didn't properly restrict information-sharing or protect PII.
Privacy advocates say the Wednesday ruling will have a positive impact on forthcoming cases involving data security.
In what might be the broadest data breach legislation yet, Gov. Rick Perry signed a set of bills that impose stringent requirements on businesses.
A California Senate Bill curbing "illegal and unconstitutional collection" of data is two steps away from law after a vote by the state assembly's Public Safety Committee.
On Thursday, the House voted to block NSA from funds that support its warrantless search of Americans' communications.
The act would apply Fourth Amendment protections to online communications, by requiring warrants to compel service providers to reveal customer data.
Under investigation is FTC's relationship with security firm Tiversa, which provided the agency evidence in an ongoing data security case.
Lawmakers back the spirit of the Privacy Alerts Bill 2014, which carries hefty fines for delinquent organizations, but called for further clarification.
Users will be able to add, delete or modify information that Facebook uses to determine which ads to display on their pages.
Over the weekend, a Swiss researcher took note of the coming feature.