When “if you see something, say something” becomes “we see everything,” everyone loses.
The chat between a teen and her mom about an alleged abortion helped police build their case. Automatic encryption would help others avoid their fate.
The conspiracy theorist’s breathtakingly silly blunder underscores the urgent need to revamp ediscovery in US law.
Searching clerks’ phones to find out who leaked the Dobbs opinion sets a dangerous precedent of exploiting digital rights.
Tools used to find child abuse material could be wielded in the US to protect “unborn children” if the EU bans end-to-end encryption.
To win PR points, Western tech companies are indiscriminately endangering people’s health and livelihoods.
I arrived in paradise. I got a new phone number. Then the eggplant and gun emojis starting pouring in.
Constant tracking has compromised Americans’ sense of themselves. But we may be able to regain our freedom.
A new program makes getting a blue checkmark too easy for ‘journalists’—and far too difficult for activists.
Overly restrictive “yellow cards” could end up disproportionately excluding Black and Latinx citizens from jobs, schools, or even the neighborhood market.