The Latest Destination for China’s High-Tech Social Surveillance? Venezuela.
Massachusetts Police Tweeted a Screenshot—and Accidentally Revealed They’re Watching Left-Wing Activist Groups
Leaked Email Shows Kavanaugh Questioned Whether Roe Was “Settled Law”
What Happens When China Exports Its Surveillance Technology to the Rest of the World?
Brett Kavanaugh’s Views on Privacy Are Alarmingly Outdated for the Digital Age
Brett Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court Nomination Is Bad News for an Open Internet
Newark, New Jersey’s New Street Surveillance Program Is a Digital Stop and Frisk
After the Supreme Court’s Carpenter Ruling, Where Is the “Reasonable Expectation of Privacy” Heading?
An Expert on Technology and Bias Responds to Meg Elison’s Short Story “Safe Surrender”
Amazon Is Working With Police to Provide Facial Recognition Surveillance
Chinese Police Are Using Facial Recognition Tech to Catch Fugitives at Concerts
Virginia Police Caught an Assault Suspect Using His Strava Record
How a Mugger Helped Create the NSA’s Post-9/11 Surveillance Program
The Many, Many Ways the Food-Stamp Database Proposed by House Republicans Could Go Wrong
The Digital Heroes That Fought Against Government Surveillance Are Quiet About Facebook. They’re Missing Their Moment.
How a JPMorgan Security Team Reportedly Used Palantir’s Tools to Spy on Its Employees
Cities in California, Including Sanctuaries, Have Unwittingly Made It Easier for ICE to Find and Arrest Immigrants
The More Countries Try to Restrict Virtual Private Networks, the More People Use Them
There Is No Good Reason for the Government to Scan People’s Faces as They Leave the Country
Americans Wanted More Privacy Protections. Congress Gave Them Fewer.