CLEAR fingerprint technology at Seattle stadiums, KUOW Radio (NPR Puget Sound), August 8, 2018.

What is Amazon's responsibility over its facial recognition tech?, Amazon, July 26, 2018.

Uber fills 'critical' role of chief privacy officer, CNN, July 19, 2018.

Face Recognition 'Tickets' Are Coming to Baseball Games, Gizmodo, July 13, 2018.

The Dangers of Tech’s Privacy Promises, Gizmodo, June 19, 2018.

Europe’s New Data Protections Will Affect You Too. Here’s How, Wired, May 24, 2018.

How the internet tricks you out of privacy using 'dark patterns' of design, Australian Broadcasting Company, April 29, 2018.

With in-car delivery, Amazon tests whether customers will sacrifice privacy for convenience, Los Angeles Times, April 24, 2018.

Who Has More of Your Personal Data Than Facebook? Try Google, The Wall Street Journal, April 22, 2018. 

Facebook fuels broad privacy debate by tracking non-users, Reuters, April 15, 2018.

Fact-checking Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's congressional testimony, PolitiFact, April 12, 2018.

What's at stake for Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg as he testifies before Congress, USA Today, April 10, 2018.

Privacy in the Facebook Age, What’s New Podcast, April 10, 2018.

Will Tech Companies Ever Take Ethics Seriously?, Medium, April 9, 2018.

This is how Zuckerberg’s Facebook will likely get regulated, Quartz, April 5, 2018.

Facebook al tappeto?, Vanity Fair (Italy), March 30, 2018. 

Zuckerberg Agrees to Congressional Testimony, Bloomberg Radio, March 28, 2018.

Facebook falls on the ropes, dazed by intense backlash, USA Today, March 27, 2018. 

Why Now? Facebook’s “Perfect Storm” Reinvigorates Old Privacy Fears, National Journal, March 26, 2018. 

Facebook under scrutiny as FTC confirms it is investigating privacy practices, Los Angeles Times, March 26, 2018. 

How to Win the Privacy War With Facebook, How Stuff Works, March 26, 2018.

Reconnaissance faciale : comment nos visages sont traqués, Le Monde, March 22, 2018.

Cambridge Analytica's Ad Targeting Is the Reason Facebook Exists, Vice Motherboard, March 19, 2018.

Newsday, BBC Radio, March 19, 2018.

Uber 'Surprised' by Totally Unsurprising Pennsylvania Data Breach Lawsuit, Wired, March 5, 2018.

How to Turn Off Facebook's Face Recognition Features, Wired, February 28, 2018.

The Bot Requires Social Justice: The Struggle for the Rights of Robots, Calcalist, February 15, 2018.

Chuck Johnson’s Twitter Free Speech Suit is Probably DOA, Wired, January 11, 2018.

The Call-In: Sharing Your Passwords With Your Partner, NPR’s Weekend Edition, January 7, 2018.

Burger Joint Teams Up With Surveillance Giant to Scan Your Face for Loyalty Points, Gizmodo, December 21, 2017.

What’s the Worst That Could Happen With Huge Databases of Facial Biometric Data?, Gizmodo, September 11, 2017.

Uber Settles with FTC Again, This Time Over 2014 Data Breach, Wired, August 15, 2017.

How Google Glass EE Evades Privacy Questions that Doomed the Original, Inverse, August 7, 2017.

Sunrise Coming in May for New Privacy Law, Enforcer in Japan, Bloomberg BNA, February 2, 2017.

Should an Amazon Echo Help Solve a Murder?, MIT Technology Review, December 27, 2016.

It took three years for Yahoo to tell us about its latest breach. Why so long?, Chicago Tribune, December, 2016.

Vulcan™, Weld for Birmingham, November 30, 2016.

Congress Is About to Expand Government Hacking Powers, MIT Technology Review, November 29, 2016.

When an app tells companies you’re pregnant but not that you miscarried, Fusion, September 12, 2016.

Facebook is using your phone’s location to suggest new friends—which could be a privacy disaster, Fusion, June 27, 2016.

Paying without passwords and PINs, The Globe and Mail, May 16, 2016.

Bots need to learn some manners and it’s up to us to teach them, Wired, April 13, 2016.

Biometrics are coming, along with serious privacy concerns, Wired, March 9, 2016.

Privacy expert weighs in on Apple's stance that it won't help U.S. hack terror suspect's phone, WBRC Fox 6, February 17, 2016.

How Human Do We Want Our Robots To Be?: A Future Tense Event Recap, Slate, January 25, 2016.

The Battle for Nice, Weld for Birmingham, October 13, 2015.

Of Social Media Privacy Through Obscurity, Slaw, September 21, 2015.

When machines deceive us, Fusion, September 18, 2015. 

Outed Ashley Madison users want to make stolen data legally toxic, Fusion, September 9, 2015.

Fake or real? Ashley Madison complaints claim accounts not legitimate, The Toronto Star, August 21, 2015. 

Why the government should help kill passwords, Marketwatch, August 13, 2015.

The Growing and Disturbing Rise of ‘Revenge Porn’,, July 5, 2015. 

The Sheer Difficulty of Defining What a Robot Is, Vice’s Motherboard, April 17, 2015.

Internet Memes And 'The Right To Be Forgotten,’ NPR’s All Tech Considered, March 3, 2015.

Regulator accused of overstepping on cybersecurity enforcement, The Hill, March 3, 2015.

Hiding In Plain Sight: Why Obscurity Matters More Than Privacy, Tue/Night, February 24, 2015.

The Right to Be Forgotten, the Privilege to Be Remembered, Re/Code, February 20, 2015.

Data breach law concepts debated in U.S. House, Advisen Cyber Risk Network, January 29, 2015.

House subcommittee hears testimony on data breach law, SC Magazine, January 28, 2015.

Happy Data Privacy Day. Legally speaking, you’re mostly on your own, Washington Post, January 28, 2015.

Barriers to Passing Federal Breach Notification Bill, Bank Info Security, January 27, 2015.

Old arguments may bog down US data breach notification legislation, CIO, PC World, Computerworld, January 27, 2015.

House Takes First Steps on Federal Data Breach Law, Threat Post, January 27, 2015.

House Takes Up Data Breach, Notification Issue, Multichannel News, January 27, 2015.

House and FTC Reinforce Push for Federal Data Security Law, Ad Age, January 27, 2015.

Lawmakers see momentum for data breach legislation, The Hill, January 27, 2015.

Is Your Data Safe at, New York Times (Op-Talk), January 23, 2015.

Why You Should Care About the Silk Road Trial, Gawker, January 21, 2015. 

Elonis vs. United States: Facebook case to test law, boundaries of online communication, The Birmingham News, November 28, 2014.

Legal expert Woodrow Hartzog weighs in on privacy issues, The Daily Tar Heel, November 18, 2014.

Privacy experts call for Whisper to be investigated over tracking of some users, The Guardian, October 17, 2014.

Whisper: The ‘anonymous’ messaging app that reportedly tracks your location and shares data with the Pentagon, Washington Post, October 16, 2014.

Car hacking: how big is the threat to self-driving cars?, Fortune, October 7, 2014.

Apple Probes Report ICloud Was Hacked to Gain Stars’ Nude Photos, Bloomberg, September 2, 2014.

Hacked? Customers often last to know, Washington Post, August 28, 2014. 

Data-Driven Madness, Inside Higher Ed, August 12, 2014.

Why Robocops Need to be Less Efficient Than Human Cops, Wired, August 12, 2014.

Russian Hackers’ Challenge Is Finding Any Value in 1.2 Billion Passwords, Bloomberg, August 6, 2014.

It’s complicated: Why we need a new etiquette for handling what’s private and what’s public, GigaOm, July 29, 2014.

This Republican wants to keep the FTC from regulating data security, The Washington Post, July 24, 2014.

Drones become more popular but raise questions about privacy, South Bend Tribune, June 29, 2014.

Social media safety when posting pictures, WIAT 42, June 19, 2014.

FTC Privacy Enforcement Power Wins Court Blessing, Information Week, April 8, 2014. 

Robocops Können Kein Auge Zudrücken (Robo Cops Cannot Turn a Blind Eye), Deutschland Radio, April 7, 2014 (in German). 

With California’s red light cameras, are pictures admissible evidence?, Ars Technica, April 3, 2014.

A Boy and His Drone, Outside Magazine, March 2014. 

Perfect enforcement: On the ground in the red light camera wars, Ars Technica, December 16, 2013.

Tug Of Authority Over Legal Gap In Online Privacy, NPR’s All Things Considered, December 15, 2013.

Boston policemen complain about new plan to watch their movements, Ars Technica, Novermber 18, 2013.

FTC Power to Patrol Unfairness in Privacy, Data Security Challenged, But Enforcement Push Likely to Continue, Bloomberg BNA, November 4, 2013.

The Information-Gathering Paradox, New York Times, October 26, 2013.

Like it? Social ads turn users into unwitting endorsers, Los Angeles Times, October 20, 2013.

Q&A: Privacy implications for aerial drones, Al Jazeera, October 13, 2013.

7 internet memes who sued, The Week, September 26, 2013.

Soon, California kids will have the right to delete things they said online, Ars Technica, September 24, 2013.

Google can face wiretap claims in Street View suits, court says, Los Angeles Times, September 11, 2013.

Penal code: The coming world of trial by algorithm, New Scientist, September 6, 2013, Issue 2933.

‘Revenge Porn’ Could Be Criminal Offense in California, New York Times Bits Blog, August 27, 2013.

Feds spending over $5.1M on facial recognition surveillance program, Ars Technica, August 21, 2013.

In-Store Tracking Companies Try to Self-Regulate Privacy, Slate Magazine, July 23, 2013.

Should CalPERS post pensioners' financial data online?, Los Angeles Times, July 19, 2013.

Group protests government privacy violations at Linn Park, CBS 42, July 4, 2013.

Rand Paul Recruits for a Class Action Against NSA, Bloomberg Businessweek, June 13, 2013.

Iowa City to ban red-light cameras, drones, and license plate readers too, Ars Technica, June 4, 2013.

‘Revenge Porn’ the Latest Proof Your Digital Life Lasts Forever, MSNBC, The Cycle, May 29, 2013.

How much do college students care about online privacy?, USA Today College, May 29, 2013.

Adam Holland Lawsuit: Family Of Man With Down Syndrome Sue For $18 Million After Photo Sparks Meme, The Huffington Post, April 29, 2013. 

  • Also quoted in stories on the same lawsuit by CBC (May 2, 2013), The City Paper Nashville (April 25, 2013), and The Daily Dot (April 30, 2013).

Rise of robots means rethinking our laws, San Francisco Chronicle, April 10, 2013.

If you hate red-light cameras, you’ll really hate speeding ticket robots, Ars Technica, April 9, 2013.

Letting Down Our Guard With Web Privacy, New York Times, March 30, 2013.

Speak No Evil?, Weld for Birmingham, March 27, 2013.

Leaked Photos of Johansson Expose Cloud's Vulnerabilities to Social Engineering, Bloomberg, March 27, 2013.

“Stop the Cyborgs” launches public campaign against Google Glass, Ars Technica, March 22, 2013.

Google agrees to pay $7 million for privacy violations, The Voice of Russia (American Edition), March 13, 2013.

Texas Proposes One of Nation’s “Most Sweeping” Mobile Privacy Laws, Ars Technica, March 6, 2013.

Why Does Privacy Matter? One Scholar's Answer, The Atlantic, February 26, 2013.

Privacy and Social Media, Privacy/Piracy, KUCI (Orange County), February 26, 2013.

They’re Making Predictions About You, CBS 42, February 19, 2013.

Why I Can't Claim My $10 From Facebook In The 'Sponsored Stories' Settlement, Forbes, January 28, 2013.

New Facebook Tool, Te'o Scandal Fan Flames of Privacy Debate, CNBC, January 19, 2013

With Facebook search, users may lose their sense of obscurity, Los Angeles Times Tech Now Blog, January 16, 2013.

Facebook introduces new search tool, Los Angeles Times, January 16, 2013.

Think before you post (even if you’re a privacy-settings pro), USA Today College, January 9, 2013.

Found: Secret location of Minneapolis police license plate readers, Ars Technica, December 18, 2012.

Instagram Unveils New User Agreement, WBHM 90.3, December 18, 2012

Photoblog Instagram Withdraws Policy to Sell Its Users' Photos After Backlash, The Voice of Russia, December 18, 2012

Instagram’s Absurd New Terms of Use Agreement Is Already Being Called Its ‘Suicide Note’ , Gawker, December 17, 2012. 

Parents use technology to monitor teen drivers, USA Today, October 20, 2012

Reading someone's Gmail doesn't violate federal statute, court finds, Ars Technica, October 11, 2012.

Facebook Stops Asking Users To 'Snitch' On Friends With Fake Names, Forbes, September 25, 2012.

Company bets on airport of the future: passing security with an iris scan, Ars Technica, September 18, 2012.

Cops might finally need a warrant to read your Gmail, Ars Technica, September 13, 2012.

Republicans call for reduced regulation online, more data protection, Ars Technica, August 30, 2012.

License plates scanned at border, data shared with car insurance group, Ars Technica, August 22, 2012.

ACLU to FBI: Tell the public how you interpret GPS tracking ruling, Ars Technica, August 15, 2012. 

Obscurity by Design, Hearsay Culture, KZSU-FM (Stanford University), August 7, 2012. 

Twitter Draws Scorn After Blocking Writer Critical Of NBC, Bloomberg, July 31, 2012.

Computers Aren’t Perfect Drivers or Policemen, Bloomberg, July 27, 2012.

End of privacy: Tech trends and information sharing, CBS 42, July 20, 2012.

Chain-Link Confidentiality: A HIPAA-Like Approach To Online Privacy, TechCrunch, May 5, 2012.

Employers Want Facebook Passwords, CBS 42, March 21, 2012.

Smartphone Spyware, The Daily, February 27, 2012.

The Supreme Court Pulled a Miracle for Your Privacy, Gizmodo, January 27, 2012.

The Do's, Don'ts and Risks of Password Sharing, NPR’s Talk of the Nation, January 23, 2012.

SOPA and PIPA Threaten the Internet, CBS 42, January 17, 2012.

Facebook Tracking Lawsuits, CBS 42, October 11, 2011.

Facebook Tracking Lawsuits, The Birmingham News, October 11, 2011.

Social Media and Schools, ABC 33/40, September 20, 2011.

Terms of Use, Surprisingly Free Podcast, Mercatus Center, George Mason University, July 18, 2011.

Privacy in Photos on the Web, Charlotte Observer, May 29, 2010.

Facebook Terms of Service Change, Carolina Week, March 3, 2009.