Notes From the WEF: The Coming Battle Between Surveilled and Private Money
Most Davos experts appear to agree that blockchain technology is best for data collection rather than self-sovereign finance.
Tracking mobile-phone data may save lives during the pandemic, but will it become a permanent feature of the surveillance state?
Safeguarding privacy rights is tricky during a time of pandemic and panic.
Crises provide opportunities for surveillance architecture to move forward, say privacy advocates. This time is no different.
The extreme surveillance measures taken to address COVID-19 are not normal or inevitable.
Tor Ekeland made a career of defending hackers. Now he's defending a hacker's trove: a company with 3 billion images in its database.