A series of Freedom of Information requests to London’s major universities reveal the scope of surveillance and data gathering practices on students
This is one of thousands of giant sinkholes, or moulins, in Greenland where water is draining through the ice sheet into the ocean.
Meltwater from Greenland is the largest current contributor to global sea level rise — double that of Antarctica — making the island ground zero for scientists studying climate change.
It had already become the world's biggest cholera outbreak in recent history, but now the number of suspected cholera cases in Yemen since April has hit 1 million, and at an incredibly fast speed.
The International Committee of the Red Cross announced the record Thursday on its official Twitter account Thursday, describing it as "shocking."
"More than 80% of the popu...
(CNN)A German hackers' collective has warned that software used to record and transmit voting tallies in many German states has "serious flaws" and is vulnerable to external attack just weeks before voters cast their ballots in federal elections.
Trade-off between security and usability unlikely to permit systematic surveillance, experts say
Calls for inquiry over financial abuse of vulnerable care home residents as figures show 13,000 have been affected
Care home managers reported almost 13,000 concerns that vulnerable residents were experiencing financial abuse in the past four years, new figures show.
The data, collected from an FOI request to the Care Quality Commission, have prompted experts to call for a Government inquiry into the scale of the issue.
Britain’s staggering levels of private debt has had some unexpected consequences, namely: the rise of the sugar-daddy industry. Investigative journalist, Manisha Ganguly, went undercover on premier sugar-daddy site, ‘Seeking Arrangements’ and discovered this disturbing sub-culture is a direct result of Britain’s student loan crisis.
Black Code: Documentarian Nick de Pencier Talks Surveillance/Subveillance in the Age of Big Data - Bright Lights Film Journal
When Big Data meets Big Brother, journalists and activists become collateral damage.
At Newspeak House in London, politics and technology merged to tackle Britain’s Snap Election. Here’s how they fared.
(CNN)Almost 17 million infants worldwide are breathing toxic air, potentially affecting their brain development, according to a UNICEF report published Wednesday.
(CNN)A new investigation into the circumstances surrounding the discovery of Anne Frank's hiding place in Nazi-occupied Amsterdam, which eventually led to her death, has been launched by a retired FBI agent.