Facebook Just Blocked This Cambridge Analytica Affiliate. Why Does It Still Have a State Department Contract?

Strategic Communications Laboratories worked with Cambridge Analytica, which reportedly used social-media data to target likely Trump voters.

After Faces, China Is Moving Quickly to Identify People By Their Voices

China’s digitally-connected population has enabled the government to track people in many forms.

The Data Expert Who Exposed Facebook’s Breach Has Been Suspended by Facebook

The breached allowed for the harvest of data from tens of millions of users without their permission.

Madison Square Garden Has Been Secretly Scanning Fans With Facial Recognition

The arena matches faces to a database to identify individuals and determine if they are “considered a problem.”

TSA Sued Over Electronic Devices Screenings

The American Civil Liberties Union wants to know the agency's intentions behind searching domestic travelers' devices

Microsoft, DOJ Face Tough Questions Over Overseas Data Warrants at Supreme Court

The government and the tech firm disagree over whether warrants under a 1986 law can reach emails stored overseas.

Supreme Court Could Limit Law Enforcement’s Reach in the Cloud

The high court will have to decide whether a 1980s law allows warrants for emails U.S. companies store abroad.

The City That Remembers Everything

The smart city is moving beyond cameras and microphones to stranger surveillance tools.

Half A Million People Don’t Know Criminals Stole Their Identities to Get Jobs

Auditors found a programming error prevented the IRS from sending out notices.

China's Dystopian Tech Could Be Contagious

The PRC’s “social credit” scheme might have consequences for life in cities everywhere.

Lawmakers Want to Curb Big Tech's Influence on Kids

Those smartphone addictions are not a joking matter, according to a trio of lawmakers.