Cybersecurity in a Post-Roe World

Digital and in-person surveillance is the new normal in states where accessing abortion care will be criminalized. Still, experts have some suggestions on how to protect your data and yourself

Hey Instagram and TikTok, the Extremely Online Like Me Deserve Some Privacy

Both social media platforms have recently introduced new transparency features meant to better make clear how people are interacting with your account. But aren’t some things best left private?

We’re All Inadvertently Sharing Our Personal Data and Crimes on Venmo

As much fun as it is to pay our friends for their mother’s services last night, a new study suggests we should all reign it in for the sake of our digital and financial privacy

When a Public Mugshot Haunts You For the Rest of Your Life

Websites that charge fees to take down public mugshots are a multi-million dollar industry — and they don’t care if you’re innocent