Rambling in Söderåsen National Park (Sweden)

It rained, the entire time. But, the 7 or so km loop following the blue trail to and from the Skäralid entrance in Söderåsen National Park was quiet, green and even manageable for a three-year-old. At Liagärden, we stayed overnight in an open shelter, with the not-so-quiet company of a field mouse. The park wasContinue reading “Rambling in Söderåsen National Park (Sweden)”

Running Ystad to Ales Stenar & back (Sweden)

Of the running variety. I ran the coast from Ystad to Ales Stenar for a total of about 40km. Shooting season at the military base was on hold, so I was able to cover most of this ground via the rolling ‘hills’ that lounge the coast with spectacular views of the water and cliffs. FromContinue reading “Running Ystad to Ales Stenar & back (Sweden)”

New Citizen Lab Report: Dark Basin, Uncovering a Massive Hack-For-Hire Operation

My colleagues have just published a new report about a hack-for-hire group we’ve called Dark Basin. Key findings reproduced below and the rest of the research report is available here: Dark Basin is a hack-for-hire group that has targeted thousands of individuals and hundreds of institutions on six continents. Targets include advocacy groups and journalists, electedContinue reading “New Citizen Lab Report: Dark Basin, Uncovering a Massive Hack-For-Hire Operation”

On Lawfare: A Proposed Response to the Commercial Surveillance Emergency

My colleagues and I have published a short piece on the surveillance industry and reforms going forward over on the Lawfare blog: The body of Jamal Khashoggi has yet to be found, and the case of his murder is littered with unanswered questions. There are a number of certainties about the gruesome crime, however, backedContinue reading “On Lawfare: A Proposed Response to the Commercial Surveillance Emergency”

UN report on the surveillance industry

Special Rapporteur David Kaye has now published his report on the surveillance industry, available here. For those interested in learning more about this area, you may find the submissions–now available online here–particularly interesting to review with the report itself. Along with my colleagues, I’ve drafted some thoughts on the report here.