The media have failed to scrutinize why the scandal-plagued New York Police Department is obtaining expansive new surveillance powers.
NSO Group’s Pegasus spyware has been used by repressive regimes including Saudi Arabia to target activists, journalists and dissidents.
Millions of sleep apnea patients rely on CPAP breathing machines to get a good night’s rest. Health insurers use a variety of tactics, including surveillance, to make patients bear the costs. Experts say it’s part of the insurance industry playbook.
A ProPublica analysis found election computer servers in Wisconsin and Kentucky could be susceptible to intruders. Wisconsin shut down its service in response to our inquiries.
Alongside Kathy Griffin, Chris Christie, Carter Page and more, the erstwhile NBA star holds forth on all things Donald Trump.
Senate Democrats plan to grill the Supreme Court nominee on his involvement in the George W. Bush administration's counterterrorism policies, including the secret collection of Americans' personal data.
Now that we know we are surveilled 24/7 by the National Security Agency, Facebook, Google, hackers, the Russians, the Chinese and companies from which we've ordered swag on the internet, is there still any "right to be forgotten"?
As Google faced an internal employee revolt over its involvement in the Pentagon’s drone warfare program, WestExec—a firm headed by veterans of the Obama administration—stepped in to help. The case highlights the deep ties between the tech industry and government officials, says Yasha Levine.
An ACLU test of the tech giant’s Rekognition product confirms consumer advocates’ fears.