NYPD Says Talking About Its IMSI Catchers Would Make Them Vulnerable to Hacking
The police department refuses to say which models it uses in an FOI tussle with the NYCLU.
A Canadian Prison Was Spying on Non-Inmates and Recording Their Calls and Texts
This is not good.
Online Marketing Can Lead to Inadvertent Revelations
A public information request revealed a closed FTC investigation based on a clue left by a Silicon Valley company’s law firm.
The ACLU Is Fighting to Keep Revenge Porn Safe and Legal for Pervs
Your vagina has less of a right to privacy than your credit card numbers or medical records. That's objectively fucked-up.
Mary Emily O'Hara
Leaks and the Paradox of Privacy: A Video Chat with the ACLU's Christopher Soghoian
Christopher Soghoian, a former boarding-pass hacker and FBI person-of-interest, is now principal technologist of the Speech, Privacy, and Technology project at the American Civil Liberties Union.