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Privacy in the Tech Age
Privacy in the Tech Age
Can Lawmakers Crack the Encryption Puzzle?

As the high-profile battle between Apple and the FBI over access to a terrorist’s iPhone makes its way through the courts, Congress is starting to look for a middle ground.

Privacy in the Tech Age
Apple Takes a Hard Line

Tim Cook sets off the most epic showdown yet in post-Snowden tech privacy wars.

Privacy in the Tech Age
Ashley Madison and the New Web Anarchists

The new online snoops, spies, and cybercrooks have a wide range of motives and agendas. Whether we agree with them or not, we shouldn’t condone web vigilantism.

Privacy in the Tech Age
SCOTUS: 4th Amendment Applies to 21st Century

In a sweeping ruling, the Supreme Court declared that police cannot search suspects’ cellphones without warrants just because they were found during an arrest. The decision sets a vital marker for privacy protection in the digital age.

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Asia's Game of Thrones

The Trump Administration is likely to comply.

demographic transformation

The millennial urban boom may be coming to a close. This could have major consequences for America’s politics and geography.

A Heavy Lift

No, probably not. But President Trump may have trouble lifting them in the first place.

Delivering on Promises

TPP, NAFTA, and a special deal with the UK: Trump’s first week will be a busy one.

WRM in the WSJ

Eliot Cohen’s new book presents a nuanced and compelling defense of hard power.


Regular readers know the answer: not very effective at all.

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