By breaking into the iPhone at the crux of the FBI v. Apple legal battle, law enforcement officials undercut their argument that encrypted devices are their imperiling efforts to surveil criminal and terror suspects.
Internet goliaths and governments are hoovering up your data in a golden age of surveillance. Join us in Austin to see how Americans and Europeans are looking at their digital lives -- and learn how to keep the Internet a free, open place.
Digital rights group Fight for the Future is organizing at least 30 rallies Tuesday at Apple Stores and the FBI headquarters to support Apple's refusal to aid the FBI in accessing an iPhone used by one of the San Bernardino shooters.
Spending more on cybersecurity is a start but it's certainly no panacea. President Obama's new spending plans should come with policy proposals and organizational initiatives that stand in the way of protecting US networks fr...