Authorities torture because of incompetence, revenge and a desire for control.
The NSA has ears that never quit. The eavesdroppers par excellence want to know what people are saying, 24/7. What's the history of the National Security Agency, from its founding to its present status as the world's most efficient snoop?
The catalog reveals a colorful array of code names for methods aimed at both collecting information and manipulating online information.
The world grows more dangerous by the day, and while high-tech gadgetry can do some of the heavy lifting, intelligences services still need the kind of information only human spies can gather. How does someone get a gig like that?
NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden claims the NSA can remotely power up phone and use them as listening devices.
A spy program that had been kept secret until 1992 is offering archaeologists a satellite view of thousands of previously unknown archaeological sites in the Middle East.
A cloud firm has offered a $25K challenge to hackers to try and break into their system but cryptology expert says the contest is worthless.
Look for these 10 clues when deciding if your government is repressive.
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