Brady Leonard | May 14, 2024
Louisiana Embraces Gun Rights
LA joins 27 other states in making constitutional carry the law of the land.
Brady Leonard | March 12, 2024
Authoritarian Governments with Kernel-Level Anti-Cheat Software
The precedent set by Saudi Arabia's questionable record in sports washing, coupled with its alleged involvement in human rights abuses should concern gamers
Jonathan Hofer | December 18, 2023
The Feds’ Vehicle ‘Kill Switch’ Mandate Is a Violation of Privacy
The claim that a new federal law mandates that every new motor vehicle includes technology that could disable the vehicle might sound preposterous, but it's actually true. Here are the receipts.
Jon Miltimore | November 28, 2023
Gun Control Advocates Ignore the Founding Fathers
We don’t have to guess what the founding fathers thought about gun rights. We can read what they wrote.
Daniel Kowalski | October 24, 2023
Oakland’s Automated License Plate Reader (ALPR) Debacle
History of ALPRs in Oakland casts a shadow over the notion that license plate readers are indispensable tools for law enforcement
Jonathan Hofer | August 16, 2023
The Economics of Data Privacy
Legislation won't end the encryption arms race
Spence Purnell | August 15, 2023
Canada’s Digital ID: Promises, Privacy, and Perils
An examination of Canada’s move towards digital credentials
Francis Crescia | June 16, 2023
Unveiling the Mary, Queen of Scots Cipher
A historical prelude to the modern surveillance state
Jonathan Hofer | June 6, 2023