Volume 27 Issue 1 Jan-Apr 2014
As companies and governments come up with new ways to mine us for personal information, when does "nothing to hide" become "nothing left to hide"? By Patricia Williams
Kristin Lauter discusses a way to lock your genome in a mathematical vault – and keep retrieving information from it while it's in there.
Artist Heather Dewey-Hagborg creates portraits of strangers based on DNA found on the sidewalk … and yes, the police are working on this, too.