Get ready for the Textalyzer.
It’s much easier than you might think.
It’s basically legalized sexual assault.
He also had this to say about privacy rights in Europe.
Beefing up the security state won’t prevent the next bombing.
When government uses a crisis to try to expand its authority.
Tom Cotton never saw an irrational expansion of the security state he didn’t like.
At the South by Southwest in Austin this weekend, the president seemed to say we care about privacy rights too much.
Whenever Washington assumes any power, you can expect it to grow beyond its original boundaries.
Yell some protest slogans while filming the cops, or it might be illegal.
You can take it from my cold dead hands.
If you’re still on the fence about encryption or wonder why it’s such a big deal, here’s why.
It would help government further intrude on our privacy.
If Cruz understood one important distinction, I can’t help but think he’d change his position.
Also at stake: Can the government force private employees to do work they don’t want to do?
The government wants a “backdoor,” but Apple isn’t having it.
It’s not as crazy as it sounds.
Government in your bedroom.
Taking a hard look at the president’s Cybersecurity National Action Plan.
Because of course.
America’s Nanny is reportedly preparing for a presidential run.
The one way you’ll ever escape their peeping eyes.
Right and left organizations are teaming up to support the libertarian Republican’s new privacy legislation.
Here’s why it’s a terrible idea.
Never forget that the government responded to his civil rights activism with civil liberties abuses.
Last year, Congress snuck through new surveillance powers. Amash wants them gone.
Just how consistent a conservative is Ted Cruz?
Greenwald was one of several journalists to help reveal a program that weakened the encryption standards created by U.S. companies.
Some travelers won’t be happy.
And the NSA could not be happier.