It's not just that 5G requires a lot of gear that can inspire NIMBY-ism from locals, it's also that some people really don't like it when they see it.
The EPA's Office of Inspector General issued an emergency alert on Monday warning about data discrepancies concerning toxic chemical releases.
A landmark decision in Germany's antitrust authority determined that Facebook could not combine data from its other entities without user consent.
A Sri Lankan research team used a series of interviews over a four-year period to create a country-wide distribution map of the endangered species.
During the partial government shutdown, a lot of economic data simply wasn't collected, which will result in gaps in what we know about the state of our economy.
As the Trump administration prepares to officialize a rule penalizing immigrants for using public services, debate emerges over how we look at the data.
As big data rises in prominence, it's time to consider turning quantitative data into a qualitative experience for those with a temporary or permanent loss of sight.
A recent court decision in India could provide some guidelines, but every solution should be based on an individual country's needs, demographics, and history.
Author Bruce Schneier warns about the coming hyper-networked world where all your devices are talking to each other.
A recent vote further damages the government's ability to accurately study the nation's access to broadband—and it could damage the 2020 census.
Concerned citizens, scientists, and conservation groups have joined forces to protect what stopover spots remain for birds migrating from South America to the Arctic.
How can universities convince them to share that information?
A conversation with professor Frank Baumgartner, who led a research team that analyzed every North Carolina police stop since 2002.
News and notes from Pacific Standard staff and contributors.
We spoke with social-science ethicists about how well Facebook's initiative appears to protect users' privacy. They're skeptical, but still eager to see Facebook data studied.
Until we find more certainty regarding how cybersecurity statistics are reported, we won't be to able to fully understand the scope of the problem.
After collecting thousands of data points from a crowdsourced initiative, the Virginia Institute for Marine Science created maps that will improve regional flooding predictions.
A collection of East African nations are working together to curb the economically and environmentally harmful practice.
It has gotten to the point that no official count of pregnancy-related deaths in this country or official maternal mortality rate even exists.