Elections are going digital, with or without voter consent. As online ballots and polling apps are deployed, the bugs in digital democracy are piling up.
Privacy & Society
As malicious actors and data brokers stalk investors on exchanges, a growing number of users turn to privacy coins for ways to conceal their transaction patterns.
The Dark Web is characterized as either an awful place filled with criminals or a battleground for privacy and anonymity. We put the debate in perspective.
As cyber weapons proliferate, more people and organizations are victims of targeted attacks via phishing, ransomware, and spy apps.
When we shine a spotlight on our institutions, we are better able to stop them from shining a spotlight on every aspect of our lives.
Trapped in a global surveillance society, we’ve lost sight of what privacy actually means. To reclaim its value, we must reconsider what we want to protect.