3 October 2016

Why Big Sam shouldn’t have been sacked

The loose-lipped England manager is the latest casualty in the war on privacy.

26 April 2016

The tyranny of transparency

In the absence of privacy, conformism flourishes.

18 April 2016

A sordid attempt to whip press freedom into submission

Who’s really exposed by the non-story of Whittingdale and the dominatrix?

29 March 2016

Met Police: armed wing of the offence-taking industry

Why are cops so keen to trend online and impress Buzzfeed?

18 November 2015

Why mass surveillance misses terrorists

Mass monitoring of citizens provides an entirely false sense of security.

13 November 2015

The Tory war on privacy

The Investigatory Powers Bill should be ripped up.

17 September 2015

‘Rape by deception’ should not be a crime

We are blurring the line between sex and rape.

25 August 2015

Even cheating husbands deserve privacy

The Ashley Madison hack is cruelty masquerading as morality.