Micah Sifry’s new book offers some answers, but misses important shifts in the power base of traditional progressive organizing.
The line between respecting civil liberties and protecting victims is anything but clear.
Imagine a camera aimed at a human face forever.
Hackers are transforming an ancient city into a prototype for the future.
As the online behemoth strengthens its monopoly over the marketplace, publishers, like bookstores, are in a fight for survival.
Clinton is using Edward Snowden as a punching bag to shore up her hawkish bona fides.
Glenn Greenwald’s No Place to Hide chronicles the publication of secret NSA files that reshaped global conversations about government surveillance.
In case you hadn’t noticed, the nets of corporate and government phishing are in the water, already being drawn up around you.
How treating smart programs as legal persons could change privacy as we know it.