Kiki Woods explores the potential flaws in plans for digital ID systems based on the supposed safe storage of our most sensitive data
David Hencke reports on a judicial review of the US tech giant’s controversial deal involving personal medical data
Tom Scott on how new revelations about voter suppression the US raise urgent questions about psychographic targeting of UK voters and plans to strip citizens of data protection rights
Amid its attempts to centralise Government data, Michael Gove’s department is exposed to cyber security incidents, Sam Bright reports
David Hencke reports on the extension of a new contract system by Michael Gove’s office which avoids publication of early bids from tech companies
Faculty AI, an artificial intelligence company employed by Dominic Cummings during the Brexit campaign, is being marketed to foreign countries as an antidote to fake news
Sam Bright tracks the global expansion of data mining company Palantir during the Coronavirus pandemic
David Hencke reports on what appears to be another centralising power grab as part of Boris Johnson and Dominic Cummings’ plans to fundamentally change Whitehall
David Hencke reports on how much money has been wasted on the Government’s NHSX tracing app, which it has now ditched to follow one being used by other countries for some time
David Hencke reports on how, having survived the scandal of breaking the COVID-19 lockdown, Boris Johnson’s chief advisor is not letting the Coronavirus crisis go to waste
David Hencke reports on how the scandal-hit No. 10 chief advisor has already begun his long-term promise to use Big Tech models to disrupt the British state.
Nafeez Ahmed explores the troubling implications and assumptions of the Government’s AI-driven gene programme
The first part of Nafeez Ahmed’s major investigation into the money, men and motivation behind a massive move into medical data.
David Hencke explores COVID-19 contracts worth £8m handed out by the UK Government for its controversial centralisation of personal data.
Nafeez Ahmed reveals how concerns around privacy and trust in the UK Government’s centralised COVID-19 tracing system are matched by doubts about its effectiveness.