Police monitored a hundred million encrypted messages sent through Encrochat, a network used by career criminals to discuss drug deals, murders, and extortion plots.
This U.S. program provides encryption technologies to journalists and activists living under repressive regimes. But a Trump appointee wants to tear it all down.
An anonymous reader quotes Ars Technica:
To some extent, every Internet user leaves a digital trail. So when a masked arsonist was seen on video setting fire to a police car on the day of a recent protest in Philadelphia, the fact that her face was hidden didn't prevent a Federal Bureau of Investiga...
They work because machine vision and human vision are different
Adversarial Fashion: clothes designed to confuse license-plate readers
Son-of-Reflectacles: Kickstarting a new generation of anti-surveillance eyewear
An anti-eavesdropping hands-free headset/muzzle that looks like Bane's mask and changes your voice to Vader's
From mobile phones to CCTV, not to mention social media and the internet, becoming digitally invisible takes some doing
Both Signal and WhatsApp are encrypted, but Signal takes extra steps to keep your chats private.
Does covering his laptop camera and microphone with tape make Facebook’s boss paranoid, or are they really after him? Probably a bit of both
My name is Mian Wei. I am an industrial designer currently studying in
Rhode Island School of Design. I always think of design as a connection
between human mind and technology.