A company is creating its own database of photos of allegedly dangerous people. Where will this go?
A new EU law will help protect Americans’ privacy. But Congress needs to create a set of baseline protections of our own.
A written body camera policy is only as good as the police department’s will to enforce it.
Facebook collects data about people who have never even opted in. But there are ways these non-users can protect themselves.
Members should use the opportunity of Zuckerberg's testimony to press him on Facebook's collection and use of sensitive data.
Hundreds of communities across the nation are finding that creating public internet service brings many benefits.
We asked some of America’s biggest retailers and, with a few exceptions, they refused to tell us.
Action from Facebook is long overdue if the company is serious about protecting its users’ data.
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