Another Friday, another roundup. Here it is, our newest, freshest roundup yet.
In a landmark decision, protection for cell phone searches have been expanded. The Supreme Court has determined that the police need a search warrant to go through the cell phone of someone that has been arrested.
A look into how law enforcement has expanded it’s use of hacking phones and computers.
A not-quite illuminating look at what the NSA has been up to in 2013.
In a strong show against the NSA’s application of past funding, the House of Representatives has voted to cut the agencys generous budget.
A look into the why popular websites password policies are invitations for online fraud.
Even with all the recent media attention to data breaches it is still somewhat of a shock that a new study estimates that 14% of U.S. debit cards were exposed to data breaches in 2013.
Do you really need or want wearable Android in your life? I’ll leave that answer up to you.
It may not fall in line with what we generally post, but honestly, is this not the coolest thing you have heard about all week?