Nimses has been in the news a lot this week as it attempts to crack the US market.
Facebook’s cryptocurrency is set to launch next week.
Credit score companies are some of the most privacy-invasive companies in the world. The amount of data they hold on people is shocking. And it’s about to get worse.
The EFF wants to know how the Justice Department think they would go about breaking into encryption.
Spotify’s been given a list of questions that it must answer by July 1st.
The FTC specifically wants to know if Facebook violated a consent decree that it has agreed to follow way back in 2012.
Facebook tried to block the lawsuit.
Human rights organization Liberty took Mi5 to task for acting without overreach.
La Liga were listening to users to try to find copyright abusers.
In the past, it was considered unheard of for a nation state to spy on its own citizens. These days, it happens all the time.