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A call for smart-phone software that lets users see what data their gadgets are sending out.
Documents point to a huge industry that provides online surveillance tools to governments and police agencies.
Experts find way to modify controls within Amazon’s cloud service, but the hole is quickly plugged.
In the wake of rising scam reports, the company has launched new protective measures and released statistics on attacks.
The accelerometers on many phones are sensitive enough to allow surveillance via vibrations, say researchers.
A new report concludes that a breach at a single certificate authority can undermine the security of the entire Internet.
New hardware should make it possible for all online data to be as secure as a credit card transaction.
Big problems could be ahead if we rely on conclusions drawn from individuals’ social-networking data.
Crisis maps in hostile political situations can let the dictatorial governments, as well as the protesters, see where the action is.
Researchers at Microsoft have built a virtual vault that could work on medical data without ever decrypting it.