Ring's Partnerships with Police Has Senator Demanding Answers

Ring’s Partnerships with Police Has Senator Demanding Answers

Ring’s controversial relationship with police departments nationwide has landed the Amazon-owned home security company in the crosshairs of congressional concern. Read more…

Judge Rules Terrorism Watchlist Violates Constitutional Rights

A ruling on Wednesday called into question the constitutionality of a major tool the F.B.I. and the Department of Homeland Security use for screening potential terrorism suspects.

Earn Thousands of Dollars for Finding Bugs in Facebook’s Libra Cryptocurrency

While we’re still waiting on a specific release date for Facebook’s upcoming cryptocurrency, Libra, the company is aiming for an early 2020 release. That gives you plenty of time to find bugs in the currency’s infrastructure—a project that could reward you ha…

Why phones that secretly listen to us are a myth

A mobile security firm carries out a research investigation to test the popular conspiracy theory.

Security Researchers Find Several Bugs In Nest Security Cameras

An anonymous reader quotes a report from Motherboard: Hackers could have logged into your Nest Cam IQ Indoor and watch whatever was happening in your home by taking advantage of a vulnerability found by security researchers. The hackers could have also preven…

How to Protect Your Privacy on Facebook’s New Dating Service

Gone are the days of poking people on Facebook that you wanted to poke in real life. Facebook officially debuted its new dating service in the U.S. yesterday, and that very sentence should cause privacy advocates a bit of alarm—especially since it was only a …

I’m Mark Zuckerman, President of the Century Foundation, and This Is How I Work

The Century Foundation turns one century old this year. The progressive think tank has shaped U.S. history, assisting in the birth of the SEC and advising on Social Security, urbanization, fair elections, strengthening workers’ rights, the fight against terro…

Ken Cuccinelli Emerges as Public Face, and Irritant, of Homeland Security

As he rose to power in Virginia, Mr. Cuccinelli banked on hard-line immigration positions long before Donald J. Trump did. Now he’s ruffling feathers in Washington.

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