Privacy

Blacklist: Many Muslims listed by World-Check without evidence

People and institutions placed in influential database as potential risks without proof of wrongdoing, Al Jazeera finds.

Blacklist: Many Muslims listed by World-Check without evidence

Privacy & Surveillance

Researchers warn of increased China-style AI surveillance

At least 75 out of 176 countries globally are actively using artificial intelligence for surveillance purposes.

Researchers warn of increased China-style AI surveillance

Science & Technology

Are our phones eavesdropping on us?

Smart devices make life easier but security experts say there's a darkside to the technology.

Are our phones eavesdropping on us?

Opinion

Kenya's Huduma: Data commodification and government tyranny

Kenyans are being forced to make a choice between legal erasure and being commodified as data by their own government.

Christine Mungai

by Christine Mungai

Christine Mungai

The Listening Post

Going incognito with VPNs in the age of surveillance

A look at why the market for Virtual Private Networks has expanded, enabling users to spread and access information.

Going incognito with VPNs in the age of surveillance

Science & Technology

All Hail The Algorithm

A five-part series exploring the impact of algorithms on our everyday lives.

All Hail The Algorithm

Internet

How authorities shut down the internet

Sudan's internet blackout has gained global attention, but it is not unique. Shutdowns are on the rise around the world.

Internet blackouts: The rise of government-imposed shutdowns