To protest the war in Ukraine, WasteRussianTime.today auto-dials Russian government officials, connects them to each other, and lets you listen in to their confusion.
Researchers found a way to exploit the tech that enables Apple’s Find My feature, which could allow attackers to track location when a device is powered down.
A newly unsealed opinion is likely the first decision from a US federal court to find that cryptocurrencies can't be used to evade sanctions.
Plus: New details of ICE’s dragnet surveillance in the US, Clearview AI agrees to limit sales of its faceprint database, and more.
Russia is using satellites controlled by French operator Eutelsat to broadcast state-run programming. A grassroots group is pushing for that to stop.
A biotech threat intelligence group is gaining supporters as urgency mounts around an overlooked vulnerable sector.
A group of human rights lawyers and investigators has called on the Hague to bring the first-ever “cyber war crimes” charges against Russia’s most dangerous hackers.
With its latest mobile OS update, Google aims to simplify the adoption of Android's protective features for users and developers alike.
Europe’s proposed child protection laws could undermine end-to-end encryption for billions of people.
A surprising number of the top 100,000 websites effectively include keyloggers that covertly snag everything you type into a form.
By working together, the companies say they’re better able to find security flaws in Google Cloud’s Confidential Computing infrastructure.
Locked outside your calendar or Gmail? Here's how to get un-stuck—and prevent it from happening in the first place.
Plus: Russia rerouted internet in occupied Ukraine, Grindr sold its users' location data to ad networks, and more.
If you don’t like marketers (or anyone else) knowing when and where you read your email, Apple’s feature will help you reclaim some privacy.
From surveillance to search-and-rescue, consumer drones are having an unprecedented impact on Ukraine’s defense against Russia.
Reproductive rights are still largely guaranteed in the United States. Here are some key privacy concepts to adopt in the event that they're not.
The country has ordered companies operating VPNs to collect user data and hand it over to officials—but they’re refusing to do so.