Section 215 of the Patriot Act is set to sunset. New legislation would kill it entirely. But how much do intelligence agencies follow the law anyway?
Data technology researcher and author Ben Green punctures the myth of the smart city.
Facial recognition expert Clare Garvie explains how police are using (and abusing) this dangerous technology.
A new report on AI examines what might happen when bad actors deliberately misuse the technology. Despite its importance, politicians may not be paying attention.
Chatbots are becoming more sophisticated both in their ability to process language and gauge emotion. As social media increasingly influences our news and beliefs, this could be a big problem.
Without much oversight or discussion, security robots have begun appearing in public spaces, causing conflicts and raising questions about privacy and human dignity.
British citizens may be the most visually surveilled people in the West, with an estimated one camera for every ten people. Critical awareness may slowly be dawning, but will it make any difference?
The US has lagged behind Europe in safeguarding individual rights to protect and control data. A new EU law may unintentionally help US citizens.
Controversial surveillance authorizations are scheduled to sunset this year. Now is the time to press for the end of these Constitution-defying practices.
US intelligence agencies are still hoarding “zero-day” cybersecurity vulnerabilities, making everyone less safe online while creating a market for unethical hackers.