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A sanitation worker holds the device being used to track them. The Municipal Corporation in Chandigarh pays a 22,044 USD per month to rent the watches. ASMA HAFIZ

Asma Hafiz reports on the intrusive surveillance being forced on often lower caste sanitation workers in...

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This article is almost three years old.

Nick Dowson explores options for monitoring people in the interest of public health while respecting their...

Forced from home by US airstrikes in the Lower Shabelle region, this girl tries to rest at a camp for internally displaced persons near Mogadishu, Somalia, March 2020.

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This Covid-19 crisis is not the ultimate leveller. Just like the financial crash of 2008, it is producing winners and losers...

Jose Caceres, a migrant who was deported back to Honduras, holds up a picture of his sons. He was separated from his 11-year-old Brayan (right) five months ago as they tried to enter the US. Brayan is now living in a shelter in Maryland. Jim Wyss/Miami Herald/PA Images

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Governments are increasingly using surveillance and big data to track immigrants. Gaby del Valle reports...

Police officers detain an activist as they block the road during an Extinction Rebellion demonstration at Bank, in the City of London, Britain October 14, 2019. REUTERS/Henry Nicholls

This article is almost four years old.

Kevin Blowe on how allegations of extremism are used to discredit social movements in the United Kingdom....

This article is almost five years old.

Britain’s spies and special forces are some of the most secretive in the Western world. Phil Miller reports...

'NEW FRIGIDAIRE MASTER for families that want maximum storage space...’.From the Ladies’ Home Journal. 1948. Pic: Wyeth, N.C.

This article is almost six years old.

A dystopian short story by Pat Cadigan on the future internet of things.

This article is more than seven years old.

Everybody wants your private data. Bruce Schneier on how surveillance has become the business model of the...

This article is almost eight years old.

Michaela Whitton considers unlawful surveillance and the crushing of dissent.

This article is more than eight years old.

The recent Hacking Team leak illustrates the hypocrisy at the heart of the arms trade, writes Andrew Smith....

This article is more than eight years old.

New book blows the scandal of Blacklisting wide open

This article is almost nine years old.

Why did an oil company go to such lengths to monitor Jess Worth’s activism? Perhaps we are more powerful than...

This article is more than nine years old.

The Prevent anti-terrorism programme is alienating the Muslim community, writes Ylenia Gostoli.

This article is more than nine years old.

Do not be fooled, this has nothing to do with jihadis or paedophiles, says Robin Tudge.

This article is more than ten years old.

Cryptographer Nadim Kobeissi argues that the solutions to mass surveillance are social and political, not...

This article is more than ten years old.

Robin Tudge on why we must never let down our guard.


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