The UK Is Using Bulk Interception to Catch Criminals—And Not Telling Them
"Suspects are being left in the dark."
Should Your Therapist Read Your Twitter?
Studies show many psychiatrists look up their patients online—but is it helpful, or a harmful breach of trust?
What the UK’s Proposed Surveillance Law Means for Police Hacking
In the past few months, we’ve learned more about UK police use of "equipment interference" through discussion of the Investigatory Powers Bill.
While Apple Fights the FBI, UK Surveillance Law Could Demand Secret Backdoors
The draft Investigatory Powers Bill includes sections on stripping electronic protections, which some say are comparable to the FBI's demand for an iPhone backdoor.
Internet.org Could Be a Privacy Nightmare
Facebook is bridging the digital divide with a privacy nightmare.