The government released an updated process on disclosing software vulnerabilities. Its efficacy remains to be seen.
DC study finds that the deterrent effect of body cameras on officers is minimal.
Last week, we argued against the U.K.’s dragnet spying practices before the top European human rights court.
A dispatch from the expo at the International Association of Chiefs of Police convention.
In a shooting it would be better to have gun-camera video than not, but such cameras have shortcomings.
Researchers and journalists testing for algorithmic discrimination should be aware of the constraints posed by the CFAA.
Boston Police Bought Three Drones but Didn't Tell Anyone. We Need Accountability for Surveillance Now.
When will police departments stop deploying sensitive surveillance technologies without telling their communities?
The iPhone feature is certain to spur new questions about the Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination.