Marshall "Eddie" Conway walked free from prison this week, just one month shy of 44 years behind bars. He was convicted of the April 1970 killing of a Baltimore police officer.
The National Union of Public and General Employees is calling on the Harper government to take immediate steps to protect Canadians' online privacy.
A freedom of information request by the BC Freedom of Information and Privacy Association (FIPA) has revealed evidence of U.S. government lobbying against privacy laws in the province.
It would seem that CSEC would like us to believe their spin. They can barely keep the story straight in their own heads. So we're myth-busting some spyspeak-isms.
Just before the Winter Olympics started, NBC ran a piece about how easy it was for hackers to get into and steal data from the cellphones and computers of Sochi-bound tourists.
Marcy Wheeler is author of the book Anatomy of Deceit. She has been following the revelations surrounding the scope of NSA data theft both domestically and overseas.
Before Edward Snowden made "NSA" and "mass surveillance" household terms, Aaron Swartz was speaking out against the National Security Agency's bulk collection programs.
Canada's secretive, expensive, and out-of-control spying apparatus must be reined in.
The spread of surveillance has acquired the unstoppable aura of climate change. The amorphousness seems to overwhelm people and undermine their ability to fight back, or even flail in rage.
In a little-noticed news release from the North Pole, a jolly senior citizen has asked that his image not be co-opted this holiday season by the Canadian War Department and NORAD.