Our emerging post-privacy order isn’t quite totalitarian, but it’s getting there.
By Ross Douthat
Disclosure of tax payments would make it easier to hold politicians accountable. It also would help to reduce fraud and economic inequality.
By Binyamin Appelbaum
Life under the unbreakable lure of the screen.
By Christopher Lee and Aparna Nancherla
Before you post that baby bump or college acceptance letter online, remember how much fun it used to be to share in person.
By KJ Dell’Antonia
We claim to want it, companies claim to provide it, but we all just accept that, well, you have no privacy online.
By Farhad Manjoo
The New York Times is launching an ongoing examination of privacy. We’ll dig into the ideas, history and future of how our information navigates the digital ecosystem and what’s at stake.
Introducing The Times Privacy Project.
By James Bennet
We’re examining our policies and practices around data, too.
By A. G. Sulzberger
We’ve given up too much control over our digital lives. We need a law to take some of it back.
By Kara Swisher
Sure, electronic eyes are spying. But look at everything this pocket computer can do!
By Samantha Irby