email privacy

This [Corporate] Message Will Self-Destruct

Hot tips, insider info, top secrets and off-the-record comments have a new app for secure digital transmission: Confide.

Google Might Want to Rethink Scanning Gmail

Google may want to rethink delivering targeted ads based on email scans. A federal judge this morning declined Google's request to dismiss a class action lawsuit that alleged Google's scanning of Gmail violates federal and state wiretapping laws.

New Reports of Government Surveillance Escalate Privacy Debate

Microsoft might want to rethink running those ads that boast, "Your privacy is our priority."

Senate Judiciary Passes Update to Email Privacy Law

The Senate Judiciary Committee today unanimously passed by voice vote an update to an aging email privacy law requiring law enforcement to obtain a warrant before accessing private online content. Co-sponsored by committee chairman Sen. Patrick Leahy (D-Vt.) and Sen. Mike Lee (R-Utah), the bill now heads to the floor.