Posts Tagged 'Edward Snowden'

Lenhart: Adolescents more suspicious of government, less suspicious of corporate data collection online

Lenhart: Adolescents more suspicious of government, less suspicious of corporate data collection online

Two months ago, the Princeton sociologist Janet Vertesi tested the limits of digital privacy: she attempted to conceal her pregnancy from the Internet. She told her family and friends not to post about it on social media, used the untraceable Internet browser Tor and set up a new email account on a separate server.

Abramson considers post-9/11 secrecy complex detrimental to free press

Abramson considers post-9/11 secrecy complex detrimental to free press

“We believe in democracy; we believe in freedom; we believe in peace,” said President Franklin Delano Roosevelt at the end of his 1936 “I Hate War” address at Chautauqua. FDR was campaigning for re-election at the time, and conveyed in the speech his attitude toward the brewing international conflicts that would come to a head in World War II.