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.
Two decades after the attack on New York City, the Police Department is using counterterrorism tools and tactics to combat routine street crime.
The tool is the product of a growing industry whose work is usually kept from the public and utilized by police.
A ruling by a Dutch court in 2020 struck down the state’s digital welfare fraud detection system because it lacked protections to individual privacy.
As Apple and Google enact privacy changes, businesses are grappling with the fallout, Madison Avenue is fighting back and Facebook has cried foul.
Italian data protection authority Garante opened investigation into smart glasses equipped with the “Facebook View”.
WhatsApp said users will soon be able to store end-to-end encrypted backups of their chat history on Google Drive or iCloud.
Twitter is planning to test new privacy-related features aimed at giving users greater control over their follower lists and who can see their posts and likes.
ProtonMail has been facing criticism after a police report showed that French authorities managed to obtain the IP address of a French activist who was using it.