Who are Media Sonar’s customers?
Those who are most vulnerable are often the ones targeted.
It's not just the cops.
What Sam Maloney's software can tell us about his strange life.
ACLU and other civil rights groups beat back unprecedented police surveillance proposals in Boston.
Data stolen from infamous Israeli company suggests it sold products to countries such as Turkey, UAE and Russia.
A freedom of information request reveals new details on a secretive program to roll out surveillance equipment across Ontario.
Predictive policing is becoming popular for American police departments, but some have rejected the tech over concerns about bias.
Although dominated by giants, the phone cracking industry is littered with unsavory episodes.
A Motherboard investigation shows how one company in particular, Cellebrite, has cornered the market in state agencies' use of phone cracking technology.