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The Law Banning Congressional Insider Trading Isn’t Enough to Stop It
The law banning members of Congress from insider trading should be upgraded in light of the frantic stock trading on Capitol Hill during the coronavirus pandemic.
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Ai Weiwei Takes On Public Surveillance
We met up with artist and activist Ai Weiwei to explore his new, interactive exhibit using drones, cameras, and a live-stream to track visitors' every move—a dark look at the state of surveillance across the globe.
This 'Eyeborg' Filmmaker Has a Camera for an Eye
Rob Spence calls himself the "Eyeborg" and the camera eye that replaced the one he lost as a child has stirred up debate about the right to privacy of those around him.
VICE News Tonight on HBO
Yesterday on the Internet: Turns out even Trump supporters care about internet privacy
Now, the future of online privacy is in the very capable hands of one President Donald J. Trump.
The Process / web
Trevor Paglen's Deep Web Dive | Behind the Scenes
The Creators Project travels to Miami to meet Trevor Paglen, an artist, experimental geographer, and counter-surveillance researcher most known for his long distance pictures of secret military bases, and his contribution to Citizenfour.
RCMP Surveillance Doesn't End With BlackBerry
Justin Ling looks at the government's reaction and other tactics police are using to obtain private cell phone data in Canada.
Vint Cerf and the Internet of Shit
Motherboard spoke with Vint Cerf, the father of the Internet, about encryption, digital divide, the internet of things and more.