A growing concern in the privacy world, the surveillance device nicknamed a "Stingray" is an invasive technology that threatens to undermine the privacy of anyone with a cell phone.
When Netflix announced recently that the company would be cracking down on users who employ privacy tools while using the service, you could practically hear the groans reverberate across the globe.
Over 70 per cent of Ashley Madison's users were male -- can we really talk about this without considering a larger context of male entitlement?
What happens if you want to take your private life offline? You fear missing out. So why don't we all start populating sites that aren't controlled by marketers and spies.
How much does it concern you that your emails, texts, social media and phone calls might be monitored? Probably a lot, right?
Canadians haven't given up on digital privacy. But the Canadian government sure has!
With the government moving toward more warrantless disclosure and telecom companies hiding their practices, Canadian privacy is getting worse. Here are five ways to restore the balance.
Last week Facebook, once again, tried to get everyone to accept its friend request. At its developer-centric F8 conference, the social network announced App Links and Anonymous Login.
NoBlogs is a free anonymous, radical blogging platform that doesn't log your data
A hapless programmer's little error has escalated to a cardiac arrest across the Web, has cost billions to fix and has potentially been used by a secretive and near-rogue government agency.