Following its hack earlier this month, a deeper dive into Twitter and its internal workings continue to reveal several holes in its security measures.
The trio of organisations has won the battle but the war against state surveillance is far from over.
In a report from TechCrunch, Facebook admits to using the app to collect data, and has no intention of stopping.
Wikileaks has published documents that detail eavesdropping by the National Security Agency.
Right2Know campaign publishes details of how South African security services may be abusing power.
Privacy International is looking to sign people up to a massive freedom of information campaign.
Most importantly, it plugs a number of holes that make use of the POODLE exploit.
Just by searching for online privacy could have placed you on the NSA’s watch list
Video of Snowden’s virtual chat from last night.
Privacy International asks DTI why VASTech’s mass surveillance tools ended up in Gaddafi’s Libya.
Dark clouds above: survey says 10% of businesses are taking their data out of reach of US narcs.