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Privacy concerns are swarming around Zoom just as it’s becoming everyone’s new favorite videoconferencing app

The FBI warned about "Zoom-bombing," when intruders crash meetings with offensive content. That's just one privacy concern being raised about Zoom.
Edward Snowden may be one of the most infamous sources of leaked documents, but he's hardly the only one.

Declassified: From Snowden to WikiLeaks to Crypto AG, these are the biggest leaks of the past decade and what we’ve learned from them

Global corruption, torture, mass surveillance programs, and political drama are just some of the secrets exposed in leaks over the past ten years.
Huawei CEO Ren Zhengfei

WhatsApp seized on US allegations against Huawei to defend encryption against the government’s demands for backdoors

WhatsApp and its parent company Facebook have been fighting off US demands to build methods for law enforcement to infiltrate encrypted messaging.

WhatsApp has hit 2 billion users, and it’s pushing back hard against the US government for demanding a way to break encryption

WhatsApp has accumulated 500 million more users since 2018 but still has fewer users than the core Facebook app.
Huawei CEO Ren Zhengfei.

The US says Huawei has been spying through ‘back doors’ designed for law enforcement — which is what the US has been pressuring tech...

This is the first time the US has given any details about how it thinks Huawei spies on people though mobile telecoms.
The lobby of the CIA Headquarters Building in Langley

Leaked documents reportedly show the CIA secretly bought an encryption company and used it to spy on clients — while turning a profit

The CIA secretly listened in on communications by spies, diplomats, military officials, calling it "the intelligence coup of the century."

Some at FBI reportedly agreed with Tim Cook that Apple offered plenty of help during investigation into terrorist’s iPhone, contradicting Attorn...

Some in the FBI disagree with the claim that Apple has not provided substantive assistance in unlocking the shooter's iPhone, a new report says.
US Attorney General, William Barr

Security experts explain why unlocking the Pensacola shooter’s iPhones would unleash a privacy nightmare for iPhone owners

Creating a backdoor into the Pensacola shooter's iPhones could put the data of Apple smartphone users at risk, experts say.

‘No way’ Apple breaking encryption for FBI wouldn’t hurt public, privacy advocates say

As Apple gears up for a legal battle over encryption, privacy advocates say the government is harming public safety by asking for backdoors.

Apple is reportedly gearing up to defy Trump and the DOJ in court to avoid unlocking the Florida shooter’s 2 iPhones

President Donald Trump and the Department of Justice are pressuring Apple to help unlock the phones.