How the Digital Economy Bill will infringe on our freedoms – and how to stop it.
Intelligence services also admit they collect personal data on people "unlikely to be of interest" to national security.
Gove implies that we’re “all in this together” against cumbersome, futile red tape. It turns out that isn’t quite true.
The Investigatory Powers Bill seeks to legitimise powers already used by police and security services. Labour's refusal to fully question its aims is a mistake.
Using magnifying glasses, they peered at the phones of passerby.
Ransomware, the war on the password and why you are your phone’s worst enemy.
New Statesman staffers are apparently harbouring secret interests in alligators, DNA, and infiltrating the monarchy.
In short: it was written by people who "do not know how the internet works".
Or: who can see my browsing history?
Is it a reincarnated Snoopers' Charter? Will the Lords revolt again? And what does it have to do with judges?
Conceptual artist Mark Farid believes our online privacy is the only right we have left – and that’s why governments and companies are so keen to take it from us.
Whether it's tweeting about his enemies, or using his children as advisers, Donald J Trump is not a conventional president. We need a strong media to hold the new US president - and other world leaders - to account.
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