When the world recovers from the novel coronavirus it will have changed dramatically. After the crisis subsides, supercharged surveillance may become the new normal.
Features delve into the big privacy questions, building upon desk and field research to bring fresh perspectives to the dialogues shaping the future of privacy.
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.
When cyber and economic warfare heats up between superpowers, our computers and mobile devices are caught in the middle.
Over the past two decades, a conflict between government imperatives for national security and tech industry protection of user privacy has been escalating.
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.