Launched just weeks ago, ChatGPT already poses a threat to how we draft everyday communications like emails, college essays, etc.
Spying and Privacy articles on Democracy Chronicles
This Spying and Privacy section concerns how these two issues impact freedom of speech and democracy in general. The modern technology we rely on has complicated the struggle to protect citizens from government overreach, especially following increased concerns of surveillance of domestic communications. Also see our entire section on Election Technology or our articles on Technology Dissidents like Eric Snowden and Julian Assange.
The U.S. investigators are hired under false pretenses by authoritarian governments to do their “dirty work,” the F.B.I. says.
Revelations that a top opposition figure’s cell phone was bugged has alarmed government, raising worries of the extent of such espionage.
The State Duma enacted a new law Wednesday that will make it simpler for the government to designate dissidents as “foreign agents.”
The intimate tale of the world’s most notorious commercial spyware and the struggle against it waged by huge IT companies.
In response to reports of the use of spyware against the opposition, Poland’s opposition leader has called for a parliamentary probe.
Metaverse is Zuckerberg’s aim to de-prioritize political content and push for a “politically neutral” platform, but will it be credible?
The Census Bureau is facing an increasingly difficult balancing act as the country waits for further findings from last year’s head count.
Protests erupted in India’s Parliament Tuesday as legislators accused Prime Minister Narendra Modi of spying on opponents.
Vladimir Putin personally authorized a secret spy agency operation to ensure victory for a “mentally unstable” Donald Trump in 2016.