The week of December 7, 2014
Setting up your own surveillance state has never been easier—or cheaper.
“The Internet is a phenomenal surveillance machine, but just because we can do something doesn’t always mean we should.”
Fear, loathing, and mass surveillance in London.
After decades of struggle, cops are turning the cameras on themselves.
Online mugshot websites have fallen out of favor with Google—but that doesn’t mean they’re gone.
Do iPhone users deserve data protection?
The Ars Technica deputy editor details the privacy implications of cops patrolling the digital beat.
Cop cameras may provide critical context, but they’re not a silver-bullet solution.
In the age of mass surveillance, we are all black.
The threat of cellphone surveillance is a lot closer than you realize.