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Report: Definition of ‘Privacy’ Evolving

1:06 PM ET In a new paper from Pew, experts warn that surveillance-free spaces are disappearing.

Consumer Agency Goes After Phone Companies for Bogus Charges

12:56 PM ET The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is demanding that Sprint refund consumers millions of dollars for unwanted charges.

Sony Cancels Release of 'The Interview' Amid Sony Hack Fears

December 17 Hackers warned of 9/11-scale violence if the film's release was not canceled, according to multiple reports.

With New Policy, DOD Components Won’t Need DISA to Buy Cloud Services

December 17 The new guidance overrides two previous memorandums that charged DISA with assessing the security of commercial cloud service offerings.

British Police Are Going Robocop

December 17 British bobbies may soon be ditching caps and tunics for a striking new digital look that includes a robotic exoskeleton and Google Glass.

Google: 2015 Will Be the 'Moment' to Reform NSA Spying

December 17 Despite a crushing defeat this year, the search giant is already preparing for 2015 to push surveillance reform in Congress.

Santa Claus and the Surveillance State

December 17 It's not just the Elf on the Shelf; children have been taught for centuries that dangerous authorities are watching and judging them.

America's Holiday Lights Can Be Seen from Space

December 17 They're especially bright in the suburbs, says NASA.

Get Ready for a More Efficient, Flexible FedRAMP

December 16 GSA's two-year road map presents a concrete plan for the future of FedRAMP.

Facebook Wants to Connect the Whole World to the Internet. Here’s Why That’s a Problem.

December 16 “It’s not as if anybody asked two-thirds of humanity whether they wanted to be put online.”