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Huawei technicians have been helping governments in Uganda and Zambia spy on their political opponents, a new report says
The Ugandan and Zambian governments reportedly enlisted help from Huawei employees to spy on their political opponents.
There’s a wildly popular conspiracy theory that Facebook listens to your private phone calls, and no matter what the tech giant says, people jus...
There's a belief that Facebook is listening through your phone and then serving ads based on your life. But evidence suggests this is not true.
The UK hosted the "Five Eyes" nations for a security summit, and encrypted messaging apps was discussed by the officials present.
Iran detains 17 citizens accused of spying for the CIA and says they were given ‘tempting promises’ of jobs and money in the US
The announcement comes as nuclear and military tensions between Tehran and the West continue to mount after two British-linked ships were seized.
Instagram denies the persistent belief that it's listening in on users. "Doing so would be super problematic for a lot of different reasons."
A massive, ongoing hack has been compromising cell service providers around the world without them even knowing, a new report says
The attack likely targeted high-profile individuals like government and military officials, revealing sensitive details of their activities.
‘What’s there to spy in Malaysia?’ Mahathir asks, adding the country will use Huawei’s tech ‘as much as possible’
"If any country wants to invade Malaysia, they can walk through and we will not resist because it's a waste of time,"
Apple and WhatsApp are trying to fight off plans from British spies to ‘ghost’ their way into your encrypted messages
GCHQ's so-called 'ghost proposal' would require messaging services to build a system for secretly adding government entities to private chats.
An insider reveals how the nasty spyware used in the WhatsApp breach lets governments secretly access everything in your smartphone, from text message...
Over 1.5 billion WhatsApp users were exposed to a major security flaw that enabled hackers to take over smartphones simply by calling them.
Defense attorneys for Edward Gallagher say prosecutors spied on emails using hidden tracking software in an attempt to track leaks.