A new version of Rule 41 will allow judges to issue warrants for computers outside their district in some cases.
Elias Groll is a staff writer at Foreign Policy, covering cybersecurity, privacy, and intelligence.
The bureau says it has too little information about the exploit used to hack the San Bernardino gunman's device.
James Comey says the FBI "paid a ton of dough" for the San Bernardino exploit, but that it doesn't work for other devices.
The X-2 is a signal to Beijing that Tokyo means business.
Bureau chief Jim Comey said the exploit cost more than he will make during the remainder of his tenure.
It’s not going very well.
Amy Hess, the FBI’s executive assistant director for science and technology, says the bureau lacks the chops to consistently hack devices.
The secrets a U.S. Navy officer is suspected of slipping to China could ground America’s most important spy planes just when Washington needs them most.
The ISI allegedly funneled $200,000 to the Haqqani Network to strike Forward Operating Base Chapman.