posts tagged ‘surveillance

The fight for digital privacy continues to gain momentum two years after Edward Snowden’s dramatic disclosures. But while most technology companies have made progress in protecting consumer data, some are lagging behind, according to the latest report from the Electronic Frontier Foundation. 

As outlined in our 10 Trends for 2014 and Beyond report, we’re reaching The End of Anonymity—it’s becoming nearly impossible to remain unobserved and untracked by corporations and governments alike. One of the experts we talked to about this topic was journalist Julia Angwin, whose new book, Dragnet Nation: A Quest for Privacy, Security, and […]

Read our roundups in magazine form on Flipboard, via the iOS and Android app or online; click here to find our magazine collection. -A wrap-up of the Consumer Electronics Show in USA Today looks at the new technologies that “promise to change the way we move, work, workout and, naturally, watch television.” -Forbes spotlights the five most […]

Find our roundups collected in magazine form on Flipboard, the iOS and Android app; download the app to view this week’s edition here: http://flip.it/J6FjO -The relationship between humans and machines is getting redefined as the line between the two blurs, according to Gartner’s 2013 “Hype Cycle” report, via the FT. -As a consortium of tech […]

  Get ready for the ever-shifting line between public and private to move again. The expansion of Google Glass—the Internet-connected, video-capable glasses—into a public trial has re-inflamed a debate about privacy in public. With the possibility of millions of people wearing a device that can record with a simple command, privacy advocates, government officials, academics […]


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