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Your digital footprints are more than a privacy risk – they...

Ravi Sen, Texas A&M University When you use the internet, you leave behind a trail of data, a set...

Jack Dorsey’s decision to quit Twitter is not a vote of...

Theo Tzanidis, University of the West of Scotland When Jack Dorsey made the sudden public announcement that he had...

Apple’s plan to scan your phone raises the stakes on a...

Laurin Weissinger, Tufts University Apple’s plan to scan customers’ phones and other devices for images depicting child sexual abuse...

Paying with a palm print? We’re victims of our own psychology...

Pam Briggs, Northumbria University, Newcastle The online retail giant Amazon has moved from our screens to our streets, with...

What are dark patterns? An online media expert explains

Jasmine McNealy, University of Florida Dark patterns are design elements that deliberately obscure, mislead, coerce and/or deceive website visitors...

What is the HIPAA Privacy Rule? A health law scholar explains

Margaret Riley, University of Virginia The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act’s Privacy Rule is a federal law prohibiting...

Body cameras help monitor police but can invade people’s privacy

Bryce C. Newell, University of Oregon In the course of their work, police officers encounter people who are intoxicated,...

Companies accused of crimes get more digital privacy rights than people...

Sarah Esther Lageson, Rutgers University - Newark and Elizabeth Chiarello, Saint Louis University Corporations increasingly receive the same rights as people. Now, it seems,...

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Teaching hope during the 2020 campaign season

Sarah Stitzlein, University of Cincinnati The 2020 presidential election campaign has already started. Election campaigns inspire hope, but they can also quickly lead to political...