iOS Trojan Spies on Hong Kong Protesters

Increasingly wary about online exchanges, protesters turn to Firechat
Stephanie Mlot
October 2, 2014

Targeting Turkey: How Germany Spies on Its Friends

Anyone who discusses terrorism on phone or online could be a target
Nikolaus Blome, Hubert Gude, Sven Röbel, Jörg Schindler and Fidelius Schmid
August 20, 2014

The Social Laboratory

Singapore tries surveillance to achieve harmony – but whose version?
Shane Harris
August 4, 2014

Personal Privacy Is Only One of the Costs of NSA Surveillance

Spying undermines global trust in US products
Kim Zitter
July 30, 2014

Russia Clampdown Stokes Fears of Balkanization of the Web

Tech companies point out the perils of government controls
Kathrin Hille
July 11, 2014

US Secret Service Wants Sarcasm-Detection Tool for Twitter

The government agency that protects top US officials must sort out jokes from threats
Sophie Curtis
June 23, 2014

China’s Cyberespionage Presents a 21st-Century Challenge

Corporations and citizens have been put on notice
Fareed Zakaria
May 23, 2014