Privacy has become a thing of the past with the onset of social media. With every tweet, Instagram post and Facebook check-in, we invite fellow social media users to know more about our lives. But even with the multitude of social media features, there must be limits. Such limits were crossed Monday when Facebook […]
The Transportation Security Agency must reform its security policy in order to improve the experience. The lack of prudent screening policies in place at airports is perhaps one of the biggest flaws with modern American airline travel. Apart from security procedures being obtrusive and intimidating, multiple tests have found them to be ineffective and incapable […]
The Supreme Court’s recent decision contradicts one of our justice system’s most important tenants: innocent until proven guilty.
In Oakland, Calif., big brother is watching. Police officers in certain cities around the country are now allowed to wear video cameras the size of pagers on their chests. It seems like a good enough idea; police actions with the public will be subject to monitoring, and evidence can now be provided in the utmost […]
Two Daily Trojan writers explore whether small cameras on police officers are an invasion of privacy.
As technology gives us the power to observe each other further, you have to wonder where the line is drawn between the informative and the invasive.