If Police Have Devices That Can Read Your Mind, How Does the Fifth Amendment Fit In?
Why Did Digital Contact Tracing for COVID Fail So Completely?
The Very Weird Fight Between Facebook and the Encryption App Signal
The Problem With Apple’s Plan to Stop Facebook’s Data Collection
There’s No Such Thing as Flawless Facial Recognition Technology
A South Korean Chatbot Scandal Shows the Threat A.I. Presents to Privacy
Your Dating App Data Might Be Shared With the U.S. Government
What Google’s Promise to Tamp Down on Tracking Users Really Means
How Companies Tried to Use the Pandemic to Get Law Enforcement to Use More Drones
South Korea’s COVID Success Stems From an Earlier Infectious Disease Failure
The Higher Education Industry Is Embracing Predatory and Discriminatory Student Data Practices
Facial Recognition Technology Isn’t Good Just Because It’s Used to Arrest Neo-Nazis
Pornhub Is Just the Latest Example of the Move Toward a Verified Internet
It’s Long Past Time for a Federal Data Protection Law
What Jack the Ripper’s Victims Can Teach Us About Digital Privacy
A Facial Recognition Company’s First Amendment Theory Threatens Privacy—and Free Speech
Trump Seems to Have Forgotten About His TikTok Ban
Zoom Will Increase Its Security After FTC Alleges It Misled Users
What Kind of First Amendment Do We Want?
Trump’s Doctor Is Using HIPAA to Dodge Hard Questions