Is Sidewalk Labs Building a Brotopia on Toronto's Waterfront?
The details of a Google affiliate's billion-dollar real-estate project are shrouded in secrecy.
Germany Says Facebook's Collection of WhatsApp Data Is Illegal
But Facebook insists it complies with EU data protection law.
New ‘Anti-Terrorism’ Law Will Feed Russia’s Mass-Surveillance Machine
Companies will be forced to retain months of customer data for Russia’s creepy mass-surveillance system.
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Your Boss May Be Able to Track If You're Trying to Get Pregnant
Large companies can now obtain employee health information from big data companies, including when and if they've stopped filling their birth control prescriptions.
This New 'Secure' App for Journalists May Not Be Secure At All
Experts say Reporta doesn't follow best practices.
This Art Installation Shows Just How Easily People Part with Personal Data
Especially when they’re promised some fun in return.
These Guys Will Hack Your Phone to Reveal Who It's Secretly Sending Information To
Tech journalist Geoff White and ethical hacker Glenn Wilkinson show audiences how to take cybersecurity into their own hands.
Looking Up Symptoms Online? These Companies Are Tracking You
The vast majority of the internet's health sites are sending troves of data about your medical searches to corporations.
London's Police Database of Extremists Also Includes Politicians and Activists
People caught in the dragnet say the Metropolitan Police's dossiers aren't even that useful.