Beware bad policy made in haste because of coronavirus, say campaigners
Avast, Check Point, McAfee, Symantec and Malwarebytes rush to build defences against Chinese government smartphone spyware
Privacy International wins Supreme Court battle with Investigatory Powers Tribunal over judicial review
Privacy International wins its five-year legal battle with the Investigatory Powers Tribunal
ACLU voices concern about the effects of automated surveillance
Are you paying attention?
IMSI catchers in the US capital appear to be ordinary cell towers, but are intercepting phone calls
Snoopers' Charter had been guided through Parliament by the-then home secretary Theresa May
Police to deploy real-time facial recognition against football fans at Champions League final in June
But he should still be prosecuted if he returns to the US, he added
Kathryn Wynn, senior associate at Pinsent Masons, argues that what the FBI is asking Apple to do could set a dangerous precedent, and risks pushing the boundaries of what is a justifiable invasion of privacy
UK government plans to weaken encryption 'threatens way of life, privacy and economic stability', warns Apple
'Strong encryption is vital to protecting innocent people from malicious actors,' Apple says in evidence released by Investigatory Powers Bill Joint Committee
Home Office defends Investigatory Powers Bill against claims that warrants would expand intrusive surveillance
Quasi-judicial process for issuing warrants under proposed 'snooper's charter'
Existing regulation does not take into account if a country doesn't have safeguards in place for using interception technologies, says Giovanni Buttarelli
Finger of blame pointed at - guess who? - the US National Security Agency (or maybe GCHQ)
'If people knew what bulk collection in Investigatory Powers Bill really meant, there'd be uproar' privacy expert tells MPs
Dr Joss Wright tells Science and Technology Committee modern communications data should be treated with respect, and government must be more clear about its intent to increase mass surveillance
For a device worn or carried by a person the MAC address is effectively a unique ID for that individual; this is a problem now and it will get much worse
No need for a warrant if it's 'urgent' - and a new Commissioner appointed by the Prime Minister with a legal duty not to impede police or spies
Another government, another Communications Data Bill...
'You can't have a back door that's only for the good guys, it will be subject to abuse,' argues Cook
No, it's not paranoia. GCHQ really is spying on you - and everyone else
At least Winston Smith could go for a walk in the country without being spied on, says Joseph Cannataci
Newly released Snowden docs reveal how "highly collaborative" AT&T helped US spy on UN for 10 years
Michael Chertoff argues preventing criminals communicating is 'a pipe dream' and backdoors would just make ordinary users less secure
Hacking Team's a bit miffed at the way it's been portrayed, for some reason...