Now, Even the Freezer Aisle Is Tracking You
Why the Heck Is a Spice Girl in the Search Results for James Comey?
Critics Warn of Trusting Palantir to Work With the United Nations
How Police Departments Try to Force Google to Hand Over Data on Anyone Near a Crime Scene
Jeff Bezos Lost His Own Privacy. His Company Is Invading Ours.
Why Humanitarians Are Worried About Palantir’s Partnership With the U.N.
China Is Having an Unexpected Privacy Awakening
The Judiciary’s Paywall to Access Public Court Records Makes Millions
San Francisco May Ban Law Enforcement Use of Facial Recognition Software
Facebook’s Endless Scandals Haven’t Stopped It. But Now We Know Who Could.
We Found People Who Let Facebook Collect All Their Digital Activity for $20 a Month. Here’s What We Learned.
The Threats Facing Researchers Who Investigate Government Surveillance Worldwide
Juul Claims to Be a Smoking Cessation Device, but Kids Who Don’t Smoke Love It
It’s Not Enough to Fine Facebook. The Feds Should Fine Mark Zuckerberg.
Open Office Plans Are Terrible for Workers, so Why Do They Persist?
Can Cops Force You to Unlock Your Phone With Your Fingerprint?
The Atlantic’s Taylor Lorenz Explains What Teens Are up to Online in 2019
Which Smart Speaker Should You Trust Most—and Least?
Why Did the Chinese Government Want to Hack Marriott Customer Data in the First Place?
IPhones May Be Fading While Serious Privacy Concerns Emerge From Phone Carriers