Journal article
12 April 2017

There has been a rapid expansion in the type and volume of information collected for security purposes, which has resulted in a rapidly expanding use of human biometric information in law...

29 March 2017

Many experts fear uncivil and manipulative behaviors on the internet will persist – and may get worse. Some worry this will hurt the open exchange of ideas and compromise privacy, as this report...

Audio program
28 March 2017

Security experts are warning that the convenience of a cashless society comes with some serious privacy concerns.

Annual report
17 March 2017

After one full year of operations, Digital Rights Watch has released its inaugural annual report.

Journal article
14 March 2017

Following an exploratory interpretive qualitative case study approach, the researchers interviewed 14 active Internet of Things users plus ten Internet of Things designers/developers in Melbourne...

26 January 2017

This report finds that many Americans do not trust modern institutions to protect their personal data – even as they frequently neglect cybersecurity best practices in their own personal lives....

19 January 2017

In possibly Australia’s most important privacy case to date, the Federal Court has dealt a severe blow to Australia’s information privacy laws by narrowing the definition of “personal information...

10 January 2017

In this report, RAND researchers, with the help of an advisory panel, craft a research agenda to prepare the U.S. legal system to address the effects of emerging technologies on individuals'...

27 December 2016

You might think it’s cute to snap a photo of your toddler running around in a playground or having a temper tantrum, and then posting it on social media. But did you ever think it might be a...

Journal article
15 December 2016

This paper evaluates differential location pattern-mining approaches considering both privacy and precision of geo-located tweets clustered according to Geo-Locations of Interest (GLI).