I have worked at the intersection of politics, technology and public policy for more than twenty years. Increasingly, the state's desire for surveillance capability and the individual's desire for privacy are coming into conflict. The state demands evermore invasive access to our digital lives and citizens often lack the knowledge to make informed decisions on public policy issues that effect them.
I started this site to help educate people on the big topics of surveillance, privacy and data protection, while tracking day-to-day developments related to legislation, law enforcement action, hacking and security.
Over the coming years, the nexus between privacy, security, and surveillance will be the epicenter of the digital world. I would like to be your guide.