Posts Tagged: privacy
Government spying is a problem for everyone. But people of color, religious minorities, and political dissidents are far more likely to be victims of unwarranted monitoring.
Like it or not, diplomacy is all about backroom deals.
The threat of "lone-wolf" terrorist attacks is greatly overblown. More worrying is what the security state "shepherds" are doing in the name of preventing them.
We can't let the goal of ending mass surveillance fall off the international human rights agenda.
Americans are trading away their privacy, civil liberties, and billions of tax dollars for an intelligence complex that never seems to know what's going on in the world.
We are not passive objects of the surveillance state. We are active subjects of our own YouTube channels.
A strong global right to electronic privacy demands recognition, in U.S. law and internationally.
Our privacy is getting hit from two sides — from corporations as well as the government.
There's still no credible evidence that the NSA's massive digital surveillance has disrupted any terrorist plots.