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Location Apps Sharing Data With Governments

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By Jay Stanley
July 16, 2014

How the NSA Got Away with Spying on American–Muslim Civil Rights Activists

An article published by The Interc

By Alex Abdo
July 11, 2014

Big Data and Big Money

Out for a run the other day along a stretch on a busy road, I saw a "for sale" sign on a house.

By Jay Stanley
July 10, 2014

Investigating the Imaginary Thought Police

Earlier this year, the chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, Tom Wheeler,

By Sarah Harrison
July 7, 2014

Radar Speed Signs, Machine Monitoring, and Chilling Effects

I’ve always found radar speed signs to be interesting indicators of our relationship with technology, and I think how we r

By Jay Stanley
July 3, 2014

Drones, Accidents, and Secrecy

The Washington Post recently ran some amazing articles on the safety record of drones.

By Jay Stanley
July 2, 2014

Interactive Map: Privacy in the States on Four Key Issues

In the last few years, we’ve seen an unprecedented number of privacy battles being waged in state legislatures.

By Allie Bohm
June 30, 2014

How the Supreme Court Could Have Ruled in Riley

Privacy advocates are celebrating the Supreme Court’s recognition in yesterday’s Riley v.

By Jay Stanley
June 26, 2014

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