The key to protecting privacy lies with transparency and public oversight.
The potential dangers of government hacking pose a threat to everyone, not just the government’s targets.
Courts are set to consider cases that will test what a groundbreaking ruling on cellphone location tracking means for different surveillance contexts.
Let’s not open the door to body scanning in public places.
A California bill would give the public a say and require more transparency from law enforcement.
The results illustrate the dangers of police use of facial recognition technology.
The only content the social media giant should take down is unlawful speech.
Health insurers have begun acquiring and analyzing big data — including racial data. They could use it to set fees.
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