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The Video Revolution in Policing

We may have reached the point where video technology is producing a full-fledged revolution in policing.

By Jay Stanley
September 4, 2014

Nude Celebs and the NSA

Writing in the New Republic, Yishai Schwartz

By Jay Stanley
September 3, 2014

Lessons From the Celebrity iCloud Photo Breach

Based on initial media reports, it seems that intimate, private photographs from several celebrities' online accounts have

By Chris Soghoian
September 2, 2014

Body-Worn Cameras Should Not Expand Beyond Law Enforcement

The Guardian reported

By Jay Stanley
August 29, 2014

New Technology Renews Old Fears of Manipulation and Control

In the first half of the 20th century, Americans gained a new awareness of the malleability and manipulability of the huma

By Jay Stanley
August 1, 2014

Location Apps Sharing Data With Governments

(Update: correction below)

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

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