The latest news on privacy
Now even criminal acts get posted for the world to see.
Cold-war era intelligence agency now faces a 'totally different problem,' former spy chiefs say.
A wildly swinging pendulum when it comes to oversight of intelligence activities isn't good for the country.
If the police have a good reason to search a phone, then they can get a warrant.
Criminals should understand breaking the law means losing their privacy.
Lawmakers should tread lightly when looking to curtail data collection.
FTC looking into whether Facebook violated an earlier agreement over privacy concerns.
The National Security Agency needs to be seriously reined in.
America's top spy says the debate needed to happen.
Declassified documents spur criticism of government surveillance programs.