A St. Louis proposal would give local communities more control over police use of surveillance tech.
It’s the latest example showing the dangers of unchecked artificial intelligence algorithms.
Companies see an opportunity to undermine state privacy efforts by replacing them with weak federal protections.
It’s not the machines that are doing the “detecting,” it’s the people who are operating the machines.
Apps with self-deleting messages have no place in a transparent government.
A victory for free speech and privacy rights against Britain's spy agency has implications for the NSA.
The key to protecting privacy lies with transparency and public oversight.
The potential dangers of government hacking pose a threat to everyone, not just the government’s targets.
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