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 Investigatory Powers Act is some of the most extreme mass surveillance legislation in the world and affects everyone living in the UK. Here is everything you need to know.
The US government has voted to extend FISA mass surveillance laws by another six years. Find out what this means.
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.
Should you trust Whatsapp? It may offer end-to-end encryption but there are question marks over the Facebook-owned app.
Creepy new facial recognition tech combined with customer purchase history sets our privacy antenna tingling.
We might think our Western democracies are a long way from Beijing’s authoritarianism, but our privacy is already being diminished.
The Supreme Court has the chance to close the loophole allowing police to access phone location data without a warrant.
Your ISP is watching you so that it can either sell your browsing history to advertisers or hand it over to the authorities.