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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,...

High-tech surveillance amplifies police bias and overreach

Andrew Guthrie Ferguson, American University Video of police in riot gear clashing with unarmed protesters in the wake of the killing of George Floyd by...

Webcams in nursing home rooms may deter elder abuse – but...

Clara Berridge, University of Washington and Karen Levy, Cornell University Mary Ann Papp’s daughter Lisa was worried about her 75-year-old mother. A foot infection seemed to...

What Orwell’s ‘1984’ tells us about today’s world, 70 years after...

Stephen Groening, University of Washington Seventy years ago, Eric Blair, writing under a pseudonym George Orwell, published “1984,” now generally considered a classic of dystopian...

Why parents should think twice about tracking apps for their kids

Joel Michael Reynolds, University of Massachusetts Lowell The use of self-tracking and personal surveillance technologies has grown considerably over the last decade. There are now...

Why it’s so hard to #DeleteFacebook: Constant psychological boosts keep you...

S. Shyam Sundar, Pennsylvania State University; Bingjie Liu, Pennsylvania State University; Carlina DiRusso, Pennsylvania State University, and Michael Krieger, Pennsylvania State University Here we go...

Our laws don’t do enough to protect our health data

Sharona Hoffman, Case Western Reserve University Have you ever wondered why your computer often shows you ads that seem tailor-made for your interests? The answer...

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Robert C. Donnelly, Gonzaga University Jimmy Carter was a dark horse Democratic presidential candidate with little national recognition when he beat Republican incumbent Gerald Ford...