Nahoft uses encryption to turn chats into a random jumble of words, and it works even when the internet doesn’t.
The email service says it was unable to appeal a Swiss court’s demand to log the IP address of a French climate advocate.
The fallout from the company’s recent proposal has created a new opportunity to fix how it roots out abusive material across its devices.
New figures from Google show a tenfold increase in the requests from law enforcement, which target anyone who happened to be in a given location at a specified time.
Civil rights organizations say the company’s intention to scan images for child sexual abuse material could harm some children and threaten free speech.
Carriers know where you are every time your phone reconnects to the cell network—but with Pretty Good Phone Privacy, they wouldn’t have to.
You may not have the full story about what network you’re on—and how well you’re protected.
The retail empire is obsessed with your data. But is the convenience worth your personal information?
The company is enlisting your Echo and Ring devices into an internet-sharing mesh network starting Monday. It’s not too late to opt out.