Law Enforcement’s Use of Ancestry Websites Is a Huge Privacy Conundrum
Do Tech Companies Really Need to Snoop Into Private Conversations to Improve Their A.I.?
Facebook Has Been Paying Outside Contractors to Listen to and Transcribe Users’ Audio Messages
Microsoft Contractors Might Be Listening to Some of Your Skype Calls
New York’s New Revenge Porn Bill Is a Victory but Not a Complete One
How Worried Should You Be About That Face-Aging App Made by a Russian Company?
Dog Facial Recognition Technology Is Finally Here
Never Commit a Crime When Your Phone Is Connected to a Wi-Fi Network
Who’s Using License Plate Cameras to Track Cars? Cops, Landlords, and Your Neighbors.
Facebook’s Face-ID Database Could Be the Biggest in the World. Yes, It Should Worry Us.
Calling Data “the New Oil” Could Hurt Efforts to Protect Privacy
Apple Is a Tech Regulator Now
Should Researchers Be Allowed to Use YouTube Videos and Tweets?
The Genealogy Site That Helped Catch the Golden State Killer Is Grappling With Privacy
Sell Your Data. Earn Passive Income. What Could Go Wrong?
Amazon Encourages Police to Use Untested Facial Recognition Technology
Google Is Making a Powerful Change in Its Devices
Co-Workers Should Not Be Forced to Share Hotel Rooms
Facebook Faces Yet Another Privacy Investigation, This Time for Harvesting 1.5 Million Users’ Contacts Without Consent
Facebook Just Hired the Co-Author of the Patriot Act and An Advocate Who Helped Fight It