You probably won’t be targeted by spyware, but if you are, odds are you won’t know about it. The latest spyware slips in unseen through online ads as you go about your digital life.
This new show at the Powerhouse Museum reflects the chaos of the digital world and the ubiquity of digital tracking.
Nadia Comăneci was the most famous gymnast in the world when she defected from Romania in 1989. A new book includes 25,000 pages worth of secret police surveillance material.
Canada must reflect on the profound consequences of over-surveillance on the freedoms of religion, expression and association — particularly for Muslim Canadians — and their impact on equality.
The government faces legal restrictions on how much personal information it can gather on citizens, but the law is largely silent on agencies purchasing the data from commercial brokers.
Over the years Australia has been quick to point the finger at China – most recently in relation to DJI drones. Instead, we should look closely at our own tech security policies.
Emergency alerts system: a lifesaving service or a threat to privacy?
As we approach the 20th anniversary of the invasion of Iraq, it is important to reflect on the use of war footage in media and the ethical questions around the use of footage depicting human death.
International law states that states have to operate ‘due regard’ for the right of nations to fly drones above international waters. Washington claims Russia violated this standard in incident.
Many people have become resigned to the fact that tech companies collect our private data. But policymakers must do more to limit the amount of personal information corporations can collect.
A recent study highlights how mass surveillance of Muslim communities by Canadian intelligence is based on racist stereotypes about Muslims.
After shooting down a high-altitude Chinese balloon, the US has been on the alert for other aerial invaders.
The Chinese ‘spy balloon’ shot down over the US has brought the seemingly strange methods of surveillance and espionage into news headlines.
Despite China’s complaints about the United States shooting down its balloon, the U.S. was within its rights — and China has done the same thing in the past.
Every country has sovereignty over their own airspace and permission must be sought by foreign aircraft entering that airspace.
Theatre censorship laws stifled Black playwrights for more than 200 years – here’s what we found in the archive.
As Martin Luther King Jr. gained national prominence, the FBI launched several investigations to prove that King and his radical allies were communist sympathizers and a danger to America.
The vast majority of people alive today are subject to tracking through a number of overlapping and entrenched surveillance systems.
The spy watchdog needs to make its findings on complaints against the country’s intelligence agencies public as a matter of principle.
For some parents, apps offer a practical way of keeping tabs on one’s family. But many children and teenagers experience it is as unwelcome surveillance.