The week of March 20, 2016
The anti-snitching movement has seeped onto the Internet—but is it raising awareness and prompting needed reforms or encouraging vigilante justice?
Many Russians take for granted that their government is monitoring their Internet traffic. But a small group of activists is going to court to make the spying more difficult.
Rep. Will Hurd talks Apple, encryption, and Trump’s big wall.
By connecting everything to the Internet, we’re creating a frighteningly hackable, spy-friendly world.
No compromise is possible on this issue.
The death of the iPod was the end of privacy.