The invasive, dystopian recording devices are being used in hundreds of schools, hospitals, and other public places around the world.
Lower courts should make clear, as the Supreme Court does, that we don’t forfeit our Fourth Amendment rights by operating a laptop, car, or cellphone.
Policymakers need to confront the reality that millions of AI watchers could soon watch over each of us, constantly judging and shaping our behavior.
That’s about double the total U.S. population.
Cops shouldn’t be conducting warrantless searches of computers — even if that computer happens to be on wheels.
Big tech and the government have a responsibility to stop the advent of machines that can kill without human oversight.
In the battle over encryption, governments act like they have the right to learn everyone’s secrets because technology makes it possible.
In a win for privacy rights, the Illinois Supreme Court allowed a lawsuit to continue against a company that scanned a 14-year-old’s thumbprint.