President Maduro ordered shutdown of social apps and Wikipedia to silence critics and limit flow of information
Privacy campaigners are fighting for crucial amendments to UK surveillance law in European high courts
Foreign tech companies will be required to store data locally, giving authorities oversight of platforms like Facebook and Google
We take a look at at the situation in China now that the government has stopped turning a blind eye to VPN use and banned it.
The US government has voted to extend FISA mass surveillance laws by another six years. Find out what this means.
Despite zero public support the FCC is set to vote through a plan to repeal net neutrality. Find out what this means for you.
US customs can now demand your passwords and snoop through your social media and personal devices. Is it worth it?
Australia is following in the foolish footsteps of the UK in trying to undermine encryption in a misguided bid to fight terrorism.
Privacy activists and seven ISPs are taking the government to court over its ability to hack the British public en masse.
The NHS shutdown by Wannacry showed us how disruptive cyberattacks can be on critical public services.