Watchdog groups have expressed concerns about the apparent recent proliferation of cell phone searches at U.S. entry points; U.S. senator Ron Wyden has sent a letter to the Secretary of Homeland Security demanding explanation. There are things you can do to protect yourself until the issue gets sorted out.
Senate Democrats are concerned about President Trump's continued use of an old, unsecured device, and have sent a letter of inquiry to Defense Secretary James Mattis.
U.S. Cellular has launched its very own digital home automation and security system, moving in on AT&T’s territory.
Google has launched support for Security Key, a form of two-step verification that goes beyond a simple password.
FreedomPop's newest device claims to snoop-proof your calls and texts against hackers and spies.
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