NIST’s Next Framework Focuses on Protecting Consumers’ Privacy

The Commerce Department agency will begin gathering feedback for a privacy framework at a Texas conference in October.

Census Bureau Must Fix 3,100 Cyber Vulnerabilities Before 2020 Count

The first digital census has suffered from delays and ballooning IT costs, an auditor’s report states.

Welcome to the Age of Privacy Nihilism

Google and Facebook are easy scapegoats, but companies have been collecting, selling, and reusing your personal data for decades, and now that the public has finally noticed, it’s too late. The personal-data privacy war is long over, and you lost.

Schools Are Using AI to Track What Students Write on Their Computers

This software is raising ethical concerns about the line between safety and privacy. 

The U.S. Government Wants to Wiretap Facebook Messenger in an MS-13 Case

The government and tech companies have for years been at odds over privacy considerations.

Surveillance Cameras Will Soon Divine Your Personality from Eye Movements

Machine-learning techniques promise to make biometric data far more useful for intelligence gathering.