As technological advances disrupt existing markets and value networks, change can outpace our ability to adapt.
Australian Aboriginal sovereignty is no longer just about Aboriginal communities retaining rights to their own land. The most brutal types of dispossession are the latest forms of data retention, decreased privacy, and unwarranted use of this personal data as a result of activities being collected, analyzed, and intelligently manipulated by geographically remote entities, all thanks to the Internet.
Using biometric technology to identify and monitor people raises human rights concerns. In particular, biometrics are often associated with intrusions into privacy.
During the last century a variety of surveillance technologies have arrived, have been deployed, and have had impacts on society,… Read More
The Circle. By Dave Eggers. Knopf, 2013. Reviewed by Scott D. Eldridge. Have you taken the plunge and purchased one… Read More
By Gary T. Marx, University of Chicago Press, 2016. Reviewed by Donna L. Halper It goes without saying that we… Read More
Governments and corporations gather, store, and analyze the tremendous amount of data we chuff out as we move through our… Read More
Members of the “Internet Governance, Security, Privacy and the Ethical Dimension of ICTs in 2030” Panel at the 2016 WSIS… Read More
George Orwell once observed that “the ages in which the dominant weapon is expensive or difficult to make will tend… Read More
Anecdotally, most people know that the video technology they use in everyday life is changing at an alarmingly fast pace…. Read More
In June 2013, Edward Snowden burst onto the world media scene. He had worked as a contractor for the U.S…. Read More