Silent Circle and Geeksphone are building an Android-based smartphone they say will put privacy first.
Snapchat and other services offer a way to send messages that vaporize in seconds. But does that make such data truly secure?
Could all this government-surveillance news make companies more reluctant to embrace the cloud?
The question is whether individuals and businesses will stop using cloud-based services they view as vulnerable to surveillance by third parties.
If current reports are accurate, the NSA’s surveillance programs are enormous and sophisticated. Do you have any hope of keeping your data private?
No matter how secure a system for texting or sending images, there’s (nearly) always a workaround.