Microsoft is currently locked in a legal battle over emails stored on a foreign server.
The Supreme Court of Canada's ruling differs from the earlier U.S. Supreme Court ruling.
A "majority" of hacks could have been detected by monitoring the anonymous network.
“Under E.U. law, everyone has a right to data protection,” privacy regulators say.
Critics say Uber's latest controversy reveals a gaping hole in the nation's privacy laws.
"The largest deployment of end-to-end encrypted communication in history."
Verizon is still using the program, which tracks mobile app and Internet activity.
Google says the project collects "the forest" of data, without seeing "individual trees."
CEO Tim Cook said he had a “very open” and “impressive” conversation.
Companies are moving to block even police with a warrant from accessing people's data.
They say Hollywood actresses are no more at risk of cyber theft than anyone else.
Lawmakers want limits on schools and companies that share information about students.
“Google has worked very hard to improve your privacy," its chairman says.
The app store is for users of the Blackphone, an anti-snooping smartphone.
The first thing to know about securing your phone is that you can’t secure your phone.
Germany and Brazil pushed for the measure, which the U.S. did not support.
The spyware might be watching you, reading your emails, listening to your calls.
A new nonprofit, Let’s Encrypt, will offer free encryption services next summer.
Spies and hackers could find members' communications "completely defenseless," he warns.
The move is a sign of Silicon Valley’s willingness to embrace new privacy protections.
Private images and videos from as many as 200,000 people were posted online.
“I think that’s going to be a very key topic over the next year or so," Tim Cook said.
Companies are divided over whether a legislative fix to "big data" is needed.
Anticipation is building for Senate Judiciary Chairman Leahy to unveil his bill.