While once relatively concentrated in a few countries like China and Russia, digital authoritarianism online is spreading.
There's no one-size-fits-all for researchers to determine whether using publicly available data is appropriate, but there is certainly room for more discussion.
For the LGBTQ community, the digital age should have opened an age of freedom. Instead, it has opened them to new threats across the globe.
To understand any potential dangers presented by the Chinese company, we need to understand the difference between vulnerabilities, backdoors, and bugdoors.
The Internet privacy pioneer discusses the challenge of making a secure Web browser more accessible, harassment scandals, and why you should be more concerned about your privacy online.
In one instance, the New York City Council proposed a bill that would codify robust cable privacy rules governing all cable providers in the city.
A recent decision by the Court is a win for Fourth Amendment advocates, but there are still many avenues for law enforcement to track Americans without a warrant online.