Articles tagged with privacy-and-surveillance

Tadhg Larabee

László Krasznahorkai’s latest novel reflects on the power of the surveillance state through the perspective of a librarian who wishes to lock up all books.

Toussaint Nothias

As Big Tech’s data and profit extraction extends the world over, activists in the Global South are pointing the way to a more just digital future.

Sophia Goodfriend

Two new books examine the ordinary roots of our extraordinary regime of high-tech monitoring.

Sheryl Sandberg standing in front a big board showing Facebook's network of social connections
Matthew Crain

Twenty-five years of neoliberal political economy are to blame for today’s regime of surveillance advertising, and only public policy can undo it.

Demonstrators wave pro-choice signs in front of Supreme Court
Rachel Rebouché

Boston Review speaks with Rachel Rebouché on the post-Dobbs legal landscape.

Payton Croskey Kenia Hale Nate File

Younger voices are using technology to respond to the needs of marginalized communities and nurture Black healing and liberation.

Aziz Z. Huq

We need a model of ownership that recognizes our collective interests.

Sophia Goodfriend

In the high-tech culture of Tel Aviv, military-grade spying on civilians has become just another office job.

Madiha Tahir

Drone attacks were sold to the American people as a way to limit U.S. involvement in Pakistan. In reality, U.S. empire has only continued to exert influence.