Bruce Schneier: "At SXSW earlier this month, CEO Eric Schmidt tried to reassure the audience by saying that he was 'pretty sure that information within Google is now safe from any government's prying eyes.' A more accurate statement might be, 'Your data is safe from governments, except for the ways we don't know about and the ways we cannot tell you about. And, of course, we still have complete access to it all, and can sell it at will to whomever we want.'"
FBI Director Christopher Wray went to Capitol Hill today, warning Congress members of the "devastating" consequences should they fail to reauthorize Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA),… READ THE REST
Seen below is photographer Ian Servin's wild image of the sky above the San Francisco Bay Area during this week's Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APAC) summit. World leaders descended on the… READ THE REST
When cops get the run-around from Apple or Google over access to someone's text messages, they know who to try next: the company that makes the target's car. A Washington… READ THE REST
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