Big tech now encourages us to monitor everything via smartphones and watches. How much privacy have we lost to the promise of self improvement – and is it time to stop?
Self-harm monitoring systems are an unproven technique for effectively identifying and assisting students who may be considering self-harm simply based on their online activities.
If your marketing team’s attention is focused on finding a direct replacement for third-party cookies and digital IDs, you are fighting the wrong battle.
Fully autonomous vehicles might never come to much, but most privacy issues they raise are as salient today as they would be in any high-tech driverless future.
Online menus accessed through QR codes have become common during the pandemic but may have privacy implications.
In an ambitious new installation, artist Refik Anadol used a 17,000 square-foot gallery to mount an immersive exhibit asking questions about online privacy.
We built a system like Apple’s to flag child sexual abuse material — and concluded the tech was dangerous
There’s a reason civil liberties groups are calling for Apple to abandon its system.
Regional data-sharing rules are outdated and ineffective for international data flows, Elizabeth Denham says.
Social media giant Facebook says it has been throwing investment behind making sure user data is being protected.
Digital ID systems are a powerful development tool, providing a legal identity to millions, but their misuse can be deadly.