From tech and Internet surveillance to sensors to social networking, privacy rules are being rewritten.
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Australian Labor MP and the chair of the committee that investigated Australia's telecommunications interception laws has called for the Coalition government to bring on data retention legislation.
An Australian parliamentary committee has recommended that new laws be put in place to prevent drones from invading people's privacy.
Security architect Peter Benson is concerned New Zealand’s proposed data breach disclosure regime isn't strong enough.
Microsoft is moving closer to launching a form which could see it flooded with requests to de-link search results.
Silent Circle has launched an encrypted IP voice calling service in 79 countries, with a particular focus on hooking enterprise customers.
Business has bought into the mythology of big data and pervasive "surveillance-based marketing and advertising", but its time is coming to an end, says 'Doc' Searls.
New legislation is being passed at high speed in an attempt to stymie changes that force UK communications companies to store data on all their customers' communications.
AirDog is a quadcopter drone for GoPro cameras. It will fly above its target as it moves around capturing everything it sees on video.
The bill includes liability protections for individuals and companies that voluntarily choose to share cyberthreat information with the federal government.
Verizon's latest transparency report revealed the U.S. government issued tens of thousands of subpoenas in 2014 so far. But still no word on those pesky FISA warrants.
A Washington Post analysis of a sample of communications captured by the NSA over a four year period, has shown that roughly nine out of ten people caught in the NSA's surveillance were not targeted by the agency.
The Electronic Privacy Information Centre (EPIC) has called on the US Federal Trade Commission to investigate and take action against Facebook for experimenting on 700,000 users.
While the battle lines are being drawn up over the right to be forgotten, it seems we may be making the best of an imperfect system.
A lack of informed consent in its controversial experiment has seen the journal that published the Facebook study question the ethics of the study.