The Three Major Forms of Surveillance on Facebook
The Next Frontier of Police Surveillance Is Drones
Facebook Changed 14 Million People’s Privacy Settings to “Public” Without Warning
Facebook Reportedly Shared Data From Users and Their Friends With Device Manufacturers
Sotomayor’s Libertarian Defense of Private Property Puts Thomas and Alito to Shame
Vermont and California Taking Steps to Regulate Data Collection
An Expert on Technology and Bias Responds to Meg Elison’s Short Story “Safe Surrender”
What You Should Do With All Those Privacy-Policy Emails Before You Delete Them
The LA Times Isn’t Letting Europeans Read Its Site Thanks to the EU’s New Internet Rules
An Amazon Echo Recorded a Couple’s Private Conversation and Sent It to a Contact. What the What?
Why Is It OK for Cellphone Companies to Sell Your Location Data to Third Parties?
What Is GDPR and How Will It Affect You?
The Privacy Scandal That Should Be Bigger Than Cambridge Analytica
Change the Passwords on Everything After a Breakup—Even Your Smart Doorbell
Facebook Suspends 200 Apps for Suspicious Data Use
How a Mugger Helped Create the NSA’s Post-9/11 Surveillance Program
Google Is Ready to Turn You Into a Cyborg
The Many, Many Ways the Food-Stamp Database Proposed by House Republicans Could Go Wrong
Report: Facebook Has Fired Multiple Employees for Accessing Private Data to Snoop on Users