Why Is It OK for Cellphone Companies to Sell Your Location Data to Third Parties?We shouldn’t be complacent about this.
For the BirdsI spent two weeks trying to charge electric scooters for extra cash. What I got was a lot of headaches.
The Privacy Scandal That Should Be Bigger Than Cambridge AnalyticaWireless carriers are sharing your real-time location with shady third parties—and a bug lets anyone use that data to track you.
Elon Musk Explains More About How He’s Going to Get You From LAX to Downtown Los Angeles in Eight Minutes
Where Are Our Useful Futuristic Clothes Already?Today’s connected clothing brings new meaning to the phrase “smartly dressed.”
The Dirty Truth Coming for Self-Driving CarsTrash. Odors. Bodily fluids. Will autonomous rideshares be ready for our mess?
The Most Shocking Thing About Encrypted Email Being Vulnerable Is That Anyone Still Uses Encrypted Email
How Cities Are Reining in Out-of-Control Policing TechLocal governments are demanding accountability, transparency, and community participation on law enforcement surveillance practices.
How Augmented Reality Is Going to Change Google MapsWalking directions will be safer, less confusing, and pretty cool.
Whose Dystopia Is It Anyway?We throw the word around a lot, but the dystopic is in the eye of the beholder.
Time for Another Head CountTechnology could help make sure the 2020 census doesn’t miss so many people.
Blocking the On-Ramp to the Free InternetGoogle and Amazon have made a small technical change that is making it harder for people in repressive countries to go online.
How a Mugger Helped Create the NSA’s Post-9/11 Surveillance ProgramHis follow-up harassing phone calls to his victim have had stupendous ramifications for us all.