The agency’s top lawyer contradicts earlier denials from the likes of Google, Apple, Microsoft and Facebook.
Snowden said it’s the responsibility of technologists to educate others about how to protect our data online.
Fed up with the continuing stream of news about U.S. intelligence efforts to monitor cloud services, valuable E.U. customers may just use their own local clouds
Now that we know our data is being watched, what are the next steps for the enterprise?
A new satirical site prompts users to question the security of their digital world with an offer too good to be true.
Programs with telecoms can watch over nearly three-quarters of U.S. Internet communication.
Problems abound, according to leaked internal audit documents. And the court supposedly monitoring the NSA can’t keep up.
Update: When international—and domestic—customers avoid U.S. cloud services, the damages will be costly. Possibly near $200 billion.
Lavabit and Silent Circle don’t want to expose their users’ secrets.
What good is encrypting your data if the government has the encryption keys?
Microsoft insists the Constitution is suffering (oh, and so is Microsoft) with all this NSA and PRISM talk.
It’s a victory for Yahoo, which says the classified court filings will document its fight against giving customer data to the feds.
Microsoft claims it has never granted any government direct access to Skype or any other products.
The privacy-touting communication platform has allegedly circumvented its privacy features for the NSA since 2011.
Is the cloud about to be geo-fenced into Balkanized collections of data thanks to PRISM?
In the wake of the NSA scandal, StopWatching.Us and Restore The Fourth are urging people to hit the streets on America’s birthday.
On-premise assets contradict denials from Google, Microsoft and other named PRISM participants.
If the NSA is really using Hadoop and big data tools to run surveillance, how much could it know… and when?
Google formally protests a secret court’s gag order, saying it has a constitutional right to speak about information the government compels it to provide.
In a rush to clear itself from the implications of PRISM, Yahoo shines a light on data requests.