security

23 May 2016
Security is not at the heart of the debate about leaving the EU, that is undoubtedly economics, nor is it the issue of most sentimental concern, that would be...
5 Apr 2016
The EU referendum taking place in the UK may not be fought on the UK’s place in the world but it is certainly one of the central issues. Before the end...
30 Jul 2013
It is an old well-worn phrase when it comes to the state and surveillance that if you have done nothing wrong and have nothing to hide then there is nothing to...
16 May 2013
Government transparency, the idea that government should be open about what it is doing with its citizens, has been around since the enlightenment when...
12 Nov 2012
The case: Is pro-terrorist speech a crime? Massachusetts says soTarek Mehanna is a 29-year-old American citizen and pharmacologist who was raised in Sudbury, a...
21 Feb 2012
In an age of technology, more and more information can be gathered from an individual for security measures, for example for fingerprint[1] or iris[2] checks...
21 Feb 2012
Microsoft has held a monopoly on software such as operating systems and office applications for most desktop computers for the last two decades. There have...
20 Feb 2012
Torture involves the use of intimidation, humiliation, discomfort and pain to extract information and confessions from prisoners and suspects held by the state...
20 Feb 2012
Profiling at airports has become hotly debated in recent years, following attempted airline bombings such as the 2009 Christmas Day Bomber, the Shoe Bomber,...
18 Feb 2012
Modern day society relies more and more on electronic forms of communication for ease, speed and accessibility. A huge majority of citizens in developed...
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