I don't like work -- no man does -- but I like what is in the work, -- the chance to find yourself. Your own reality -- for yourself, not for others -- what no other man can ever know.
As the responsibility for counterterrorism has shifted (or is now being shared) from the federal level to the local levels, local law enforcement officials have been encouraged to gather intelligence, which only undermines the initiatives aimed at fostering community trust.
The Internet is the most dangerous parking lot imaginable.
Once you designate some spaces as safe, you imply that the rest are unsafe. It follows that they should be made safer.
This is how we save the world: by making the cyberworld safe and secure for everyone.
Why are students so eager to self-infantilize? Their parents should probably share the blame.
Dr. Laura Elizabeth Pinto and Dr. Selena Nemorin:
When parents and teachers bring The Elf on the Shelf into homes and classrooms, are they preparing a generation of children to accept, not question, increasingly intrusive (albeit whimsically packaged) modes of surveillance?
It's the day-to-day posts that those in the business of student surveillance find most illuminating.
It bodes poorly for freedom of expression if benign social media posts, tracked as they are, can be used against individuals as evidence of violent intent.
Fear is democracy's undoing, and the unraveling begins at home.