Here’s what to keep in mind if you’re getting new electronics.
The use of face recognition by companies raises a host of concerns about privacy and unfair watchlisting.
The advertising industry shouts that real protections for American consumers will break the ad-supported internet. They won't.
Government use of facial recognition in public is dangerous for privacy because it can be abused and deployed on a mass scale.
A court decision with the potential to affect the privacy rights of millions of people should be public.
The NSA whistleblower and his math-challenged lawyer discuss the nuts and bolts of blockchain and how it could alter the internet, and trust itself.
If companies can kick your enemies off the internet today, they can silence your allies tomorrow.
Safeguarding people’s rights isn’t just the right thing to do — it’s also good for business.