The government has every right to comb through your phone. I’ve been aware of this issue — but I didn’t realize how aggressive those searches had become.
These “cyborgs” are being lured in with the promise of convenience. The only problem is that they are giving up more and more of their privacy.
It’s tempting to declare that George Orwell has won the debate about the future — surveillance via TV is here. But the truth is more complicated.
Toy Story got a few things right. OK, your childhood toys probably aren’t going on adventures, but some toys, like the Vizio smart TVs I mentioned last week, can spy on you.
Can you trust the person across the counter from you? Dr. Mark Rettenmaier did, only to find a government informal collaborator, and now he’s paying the price.
Alexa and similar Internet of Things (IoT) technologies have become part of the current zeitgeist. They can remember everything input into them … and the Feds are salivating for this data.
No matter who’s in charge, government always finds a way to justify new methods to invade our privacy. So, here are eight steps you can take right now to mitigate the damage.
Set aside your feelings for Trump’s broader agenda. Focus on his intentions for privacy and free speech. He has never expressed interest in protecting civil liberties. In fact, it’s quite the opposite…
Hillary Clinton and the Democratic National Committee learned a hard lesson this election season: When it comes to email hacking, there’s absolutely no need to do it to yourself.