Gabriel Weinberg is creator of duckduckgo.com, a search engine that does not track users’ history and information.
Judge Napolitano takes over Studio B raising privacy questions the mainstream media has forgotten to ask.
Citizens now treat security officials as naturally posing unchecked authority over their lives. Almost 60 percent found that a law allowing for the arrest of citizens would be appropriate if they disobey any order by a TSA agent.
A program dedicated to exploring the role of unmanned systems in news gathering issues its first report from the field.
How Fear of Cyber Attack Could Take Down Your Liberties and the Constitution
SEATTLE - The 5-11 Campaign, a public awareness watchdog on national identity schemes and data surveillance, will resume effort to campaign against public interest threats posed by White House Initiative National Strategy for Trusted Identity in Cybe
Apple consumers are a dedicated bunch, but how do they feel about advertisers tracking their every move while using their beloved iPhones and iPads?
Did you know that many of the apps you download to your smartphone now use your microphone to listen to you and your camera to take pictures of you without your confirmation?
After my first Papers Please post, a friend of mine called me up and shared this video with me.
Conservative radio host and Breitbart Editor Dana Loesch had her vagina groped during an advanced screening by the TSA at Phoenix Airport, with Loesch complaining that she is targeted for such treatment almost every time she flies.
Hiring a prostitute is no longer an anonymous act: men who pay for sex now face public humiliation as a form of punishment.
They're called discreet DNA samples, and the Elk Grove, California, genetic-testing company easyDNA says it can handle many kinds, from toothpicks to tampons.
Apple's launch of the iPhone 5 in September came with a bunch of new commercials to promote the device.
Sheriff Gregory Ahern wants to put Alameda County on the map as the first jurisdiction in California to use surveillance drones for law enforcement purposes.
Jon Roland makes an excellent point distinguishing eligibility from identity. We as a society are far too accepting of showing our papers as “proof” of who we are. Didn’t we fight a war, started by a megalomaniac, over this sort of thing?
Spanish photographerOscar Monzón sees two contradictory worlds colliding in photography today.
The Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative (WHTI) requires all citizens of the United States, Canada, Mexico, and Bermuda to have a passport or other accepted document that establishes the bearer’s identity and nationality to enter or depart the United
Think twice before posting your profile to Facebook.
Facebook has denied claims that a software bug caused private messages dating from 2009 to be displayed on profiles overnight, insisting that the messages were left in public originally, but that members have since become more privacy-conscious.
The TSA doesn’t want to hear or respond to our concerns about the health, privacy or security implications of their decision to use body scanning technology in American airports. But consumer advocate We Won’t Fly does. And we will make sure your com
The fight to stop the government's sweeping surveillance of emails and phone calls will go all the way to the Supreme Court.
The National Security Agency is claiming immunity from an Electronic Frontier Foundation lawsuit that argues warrantless wiretapping violates the rights of U.S. citizens
Police in Palmer Park, Md., plan to deploy cameras to surveil the other other cameras in their district.
The TSA has been very busy in recent weeks, placing its agents at events and functions that have nothing whatsoever to do with transportation, emphasizing how the federal agency has stepped way beyond its mandate and become a literal occupying army o
At the King Ecgbert School in Sheffield, teens who go to the loo are never really alone - video cameras are inside all 12 bathrooms. King Ecgbert as one of more than 200 high schools across Britain that have installed surveillance cameras in bathroom
It takes me about two seconds to scan the platform and spot who I’m looking for: Jake Davis, aka Topiary, the computer hacker who at one point last year was the subject of one of the biggest manhunts on the planet.
Just as the U.S. Department of Agriculture mandates Radio Frequency Identification Device chips to monitor livestock, a Texas school district just begun implanting the devices on student identification cards to monitor pupils’ movements
The ACLU has sued the District of Columbia and two police officers for allegedly seizing the cellphone of a man who photographed a police officer allegedly mistreating a citizen, and for then stealing his memory card.
Scientists in England can now see through walls — kind of.
An interesting movement gaining momentum is cryptoparties, which is about learning and sharing fundamental survival skills.