It's an open secret that New York's finest are eyeing unmanned aircraft for surveillance work. We asked them for details, but got the run around.
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Fifty-eight rat sightings—the most in the city—still won't land you on the worst landlords list, and other interesting revelations from the city's open data program.
For the First Time, Apple Reveals Thousands of Police Requests, Claims 'No Interest in Amassing' User Data
Well this might be the least transparent transparency report ever.
The NYPD records office is notorious among reporters for being about as transparent as a bank vault.
Data is the currency of the internet, and advertising tech firms like Acxiom make their bones off of helping companies target ads more effectively.
Facebook released its first-ever government data requests report, and as we've come to expect, the United States leads the rest of the world.
Public accountability and transparency go under the sequester ax.
The new HTTP status code is named after Fahrenheit 451, naturally.
Julian Assange "leaks" on Alex Gibney's new film, as the fight for mainstream press freedom takes a WikiLeaks turn.
That riot-starting little piece of content from last year is giving Google all kinds of grief.
Twitter just released its second ever transparency report, and guess what? It's insanely transparent.
As you probably won’t recall, I recently posted a piece that examined the Klout scores of dead celebrities. A few hours later, I got a tweet from the site’s creator, Joe Fernandez: Joe Fernandez@JoeFernandez @danstuckey Only thing I am sad
When we think of online censorship, we think of places like China, a country notorious for its Great Firewall. Just two weeks ago, party officials were forced to block searches for “Shanghai stock market” when the index opened at exactly 2346.98