No one knows. And it might be time to stop asking.
The future becomes truly bleak only when we stop wanting to take control of our data.
Is giving up your biological secrets too bitter a pill?
or, a little data psychoanalysis
Journalist and author of Hard to Do: The Surprising, Feminist History of Breaking Up
Privacy must be a top priority during the project-planning process, starting on day one.
Too often, I‘ve noticed that Information Security professionals write articles that target their own peers who already possess a high…
If we can all agree on who owns which data, maybe we can all be happy — government, corporations, and private citizens.
As surveillance technology pervades public spaces, evading Big Brother has become a wearable art
So-called “persistent surveillance” technology is making inroads into America.
Dynamics at the Internet’s core erode stakeholder legitimacy and aid Sino-Russian efforts for multilateral control.