by Lauren C. Williams Mar 2, 2016
Apple is covering its bases. The tech company filed a notice of objections late Tuesday hours after asking for a legislative fix during a congressional hearing.
by Lauren C. Williams Feb 25, 2016
The reason lies with an obscure -- complex and highly debatable -- part of the law where computer code was ruled as a protected as speech.
by Lauren C. Williams Dec 8, 2015
French officials claim the proposal would make criminal targets easier to spot.
by Lauren C. Williams Nov 17, 2015
"It took us hundreds of years to get democracy right...It's going to take time for us to get this right."
by Lauren C. Williams Sep 8, 2015
The Justice Department wants real-time access to text messages exchanged between criminal suspects using iMessage, Apple's encrypted texting app.
by Lauren C. Williams Jun 3, 2015
"They're gobbling up everything they can learn about you and trying to monetize it," Apple CEO Tim Cook said during an acceptance speech.
by Lauren C. Williams May 27, 2015
Director Alex Winter's latest documentary depicts the "maddeningly contradictory" facts and circumstances surrounding the government's case against Silk Road creator Ross Ulbricht.
by Lauren C. Williams Apr 13, 2015
“I don’t want a back door. I want a front door. And I want the front door to have multiple locks. Big locks,” said NSA director Adm. Michael Rogers.
by Lauren C. Williams Dec 29, 2014
The leaked documents also revealed which services provide little privacy protections.
by Lauren C. Williams May 17, 2014
More people are encrypting their Internet traffic after former NSA contractor Edward Snowden leaked documents on government surveillance.