Hackers could intercept communications between two parties who believe they’re communicating directly with each other
'The public and parliamentary debate about the Investigatory Powers Act was overshadowed by Brexit'
The company is quietly transforming your camera into a search engine
The micro-blogging site has never been profitable, and is working on changing that this year
It should make it harder for hackers and government agents to access private conversations
Smartphone users should exercise caution before installing any program
Researchers say the technique can even be used to de-anonymise Tor users
The 59-year-old was a member of Website 19, which was operational from 2012 to December 2014
‘If you start regulating the Internet like a utility... we would have no Internet,’ Rep Jim Sensenbrenner told constituents at a town hall meeting
The highly controversial plans were announced and suspended last year
Sites adopt HTTPS security measure adds encryption to protect visitors from surveillance
Home Secretary Amber Rudd described the security measure as 'completely unacceptable'
The Bluetooth-connected device is worn around the face and neck, and designed to shield users from potential eavesdroppers
The messaging app uses end-to-end encryption to protect data, but it was at the heart of this particular problem
The company's virtual assistant appears to be at fault, providing unrelated answers to users' questions
Standard Innovation secretly gathered potentially sensitive information, including dates and times of use, temperature levels and changes in intensity