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National security concerns blur with political self-interest in the Trump administration's threat to ban the Chinese-owned app.
Since lockdown began, 25 per cent of girls under 18 say they experienced at least one form of abuse or sexual harassment online. The New Statesman asks teenagers what really happens when they log on.
Societies that have shown greater respect for their citizens’ personal information appear to have suffered more.
There are several flaws in the government's test and trace programme, and they all add up to one big problem.
IBM and Amazon been applauded for moving out of a market many regard as immoral. But is this real change?
Measures employed in crisis can prove difficult to remove.
These are the questions on austerity, policy changes, devolution and Brexit that should underpin our domestic political coverage of the crisis.
The tech giants are not waiting for trade deals to be signed to make sweeping decisions about your data.
The Metropolitan Police’s own trials have shown the technology to be remarkably inaccurate – and ethnic minorities are at greatest risk.
When we tell companies about ourselves, we give away details about others, too.
For his latest exhibition at the Barbican, the US artist spent years plumbing the depths of a uniquely disturbing database.