The Stratollite surveillance balloon has completed its longest test flight to date, signalling the dawn of a more cost-effective way to carry out real-time global monitoring
China’s social credit system has been publicised by the government as a way of boosting trust in a broken society. In reality, all it does is exacerbate and intensify a fundamentally undemocratic system of surveillance
In a landmark case brought to the court by a group of charity activists, surveillance activities by the UK Government have been classified as a breach of human rights
The rapid uptake of facial recognition technology is unsettling, but how does it work, and can it be fooled?
As our urban areas expand at an alarming rate, mass data collection appears to be the only way of keeping pace. But is the added convenience of smart cities worth sacrificing our privacy for?