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Information totalitarianism

Self Straight? The companies behind platforms, smartphones and the Internet of Things continuously track all our movements. With a digital footprint, one can determine a person's access to credit, transportation, social services or health care. We lose our individual freedom and autonomy.

Together for life

SYMBIOSIS: We must think differently about both man and computer. Their being is more entangled than we think, and both change and adapt to each other.

Disagreement about health data

The Health Data Committee recommends the establishment of a national platform for health data, under dissent. Completely wrong focus, believes the head of the Norwegian Association for Medical Genetics.

Q and privacy

The Center Party and Party leader Trygve Slagsvold Vedum believe in a majority for the proposal for a statutory duty to accept cash. If there is no prestige in the case.

Norwegians' communications must be mass-stored

There is an uproar over the introduction of the most comprehensive surveillance method Norway has seen.

Source protection and confidentiality can be set aside

"You can't do anything but communicate encrypted – I take it for granted that all open communication has already been intercepted," says filmmaker and journalist Ulrik Imtiaz Rolfsen.  

We take care of your privacy

Secure solutions that safeguard privacy in health surveys are required by law and are crucial for the confidence of participants and the general public. An important, enlightened debate weakens when old and erroneous claims about the Nord-Trøndelag Health Survey and the Norwegian Mother and Child Survey are reproduced.

Are we killing privacy?

Will we in the future be sorted based on our genes? Gene research can provide new treatment methods for serious diseases, but to get there, our genomes need to be mapped. 

Commercial companies

A growing commercial market allows people to submit self-tests for cheap money and get answers to everything from disease dispositions to earwax type. 

When the phone controls your life

Finally, your cell phone can avoid being eavesdropped or tracked. Now it is here – the phone case that blocks the surveillance of others. But?

Virtual gossip monsters

Pokémon Go: The app that makes people run around with a handheld surveillance camera.

Nude images as extortionist

The deep tragic history of an ordinary 15 year-old raises important questions about whether free distribution of information should prevail over other principles.

Should we have the right to be forgotten?

Digital media has increased the amount of information available about us – and highlights the need for a debate about our right to disappear in oblivion.