Unlike most nations the United States has no privacy agency. The FTC is most-cited as our equivalent. How does it measure up?
Program operators told public, "We keep our imagery data for 45 days unless there are ongoing investigations"
Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter Provided Data Access for a Surveillance Product Marketed to Target Activists of Color
Social networks should not give data access to developers of surveillance tools.
The Six Key Questions for the Obama Administration and Companies About Yahoo’s Cooperation With the NSA
The Obama Administration owes the public far more information about this spying program. Companies can help, too.
Doing body cameras right is important for social peace
ACLU & Open Whisper Systems team up to expose government’s secret thirst for customer data.
The government's mass, suspicionless monitoring of social media could have serious consequences.
How Las Vegas police earned the trust of the community and the media