In an opinion piece Shoshana Zuboff writes about surveillance capitalists who control the science and the scientists, the secrets and the truth.
A little-known start-up helps law enforcement match photos of unknown people to their online images — and “might lead to a dystopian future or something,” a backer says.
Nothing to hide, nothing to fear? Think again. - An interesting video from the New York Times explaining why we should keep personal data seriously.
Novelists, poets and artists imagine life in the age of surveillance.
The deal represents an aggressive attempt by Google to bolster its lineup of hardware products.
Requiring biometric data, like iris and facial scans, sets a dangerous precedent for vital aid.
Sofia from Numbers team (http://numbersprotocol.io) shared an article by CEO @Tammy Yang. And @Goeran Waogstroem added an article from the NY Times about 'A Brief History of How Your Privacy Was Stolen'.