Jay Stanley (@JayCStanley) is senior policy analyst with the ACLU Speech, Privacy, and Technology Project, where he researches, writes and speaks about technology-related privacy and civil liberties issues and their future. He is the editor of the ACLU’s Free Future blog and has authored and co-authored a variety of influential ACLU reports on privacy and technology topics. Before joining the ACLU, he was an analyst at the technology research firm Forrester, served as American politics editor of Facts on File’s World News Digest, and as national newswire editor at Medialink. He is a graduate of Williams College and holds an M.A. in American History from the University of Virginia.
Aug 27, 2019
TSA Testing Face Recognition at Security Entrances, Opening Door to Massive Expansion of the Technology
Aug 13, 2019
Why Don’t We Have More Privacy When We Use A Credit Card?
Aug 12, 2019
Say No to the “Cashless Future” — and to Cashless Stores
Jul 18, 2019
Experts Say 'Emotion Recognition' Lacks Scientific Foundation
Jul 1, 2019
Bogus “Aggression Detectors” Are Audio-Recording People In Public
Jun 13, 2019
An Army of Robot Surveillance Guards Is Coming
Apr 26, 2019
Social Media Blackouts Are an Authoritarian Power Move
Dec 20, 2018
Does Your Shiny New Gadget Come With Privacy Pitfalls?
Dec 14, 2018
The Problem With Using Face Recognition on Fans at a Taylor Swift Concert
Dec 11, 2018
There’s Nothing Inevitable About Apps That Track Your Every Move