Tags surveillance

Belarus: Cyber upstart, or Russian staging ground?

by Gavin Wilde, Justin Sherman • 5 days ago

The White House needs to watch the growing cyber integration between Belarus and the Kremlin.

Meta takes down 7 hacking-for-hire operations that targeted 50,000 users

by Tonya Riley • 1 month ago

In one case, Meta removed 300 accounts linked to Israeli-based Black Cube that operated as fictitious personas to set up calls with targets.

Under fire from privacy advocates, Apple delays controversial photo scanning plan

by Tim Starks • 5 months ago

The company said it plans to make improvements to the controversial features.

FTC proposes first stalkerware ban, promises to toughen stance on abusive apps

by Tonya Riley • 5 months ago

It's the agency's biggest crackdown to date.

UN experts join growing calls for moratorium on surveillance technology

by Tonya Riley • 5 months ago

The call follows mounting evidence of surveillance technology being used in human rights abuses.

NSA watchdog to review agency's actions following Tucker Carlson spying allegations

by Sean Lyngaas • 5 months ago

The probe will delight Republicans.