IBM is the latest tech giant to deny any involvement in NSA's PRISM data collection program and to claim that they have not set up backdoors in their products.
Parliament's consent to the EU-US trade deal "could be endangered" if blanket mass surveillance by the US National Security Agency does not stop, members of European Parliament said on Wednesday, in a resolution wrapping up their six-month inquiry into US mass surveillance schemes.
The long awaited reprimand of the US intelligence community by Senator Dianne Feinstein, the head of the Senate Intelligence Committee, happened yesterday, but not for the reasons privacy advocates hoped for.
Edward Snowden speaks about privacy and technology with the ACLU's Ben Wizner and Christopher Soghoian at SXSW Interactive.
As announced, the TrustyCon infosec conference, established by security consulting firm iSEC Partners, the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) and DEF CON and held simultaneously as RSA Conference USA 2014, has drawn quite a crowd.