In print

“Secrets and Lies: The Proliferation of State Surveillance Capabilities and the Legislative Secrecy Which Fortifies them – An Activist’s Account,” 7 State Crime 1 (Spring 2018)

State Sponsored Trolling: How Governments are deploying Disinformation as Part of Broader Digital Harrassment Campaigns, Institute for the Future, 2018

“The end of anonymity? Trump and the tyranny of the majority,” openDemocracy, 14 September 2017

"Patriotic trolling: how governments endorse hate campaigns against critics", The Guardian, 13 July 2017

"The Right to Privacy in the Digital Age," Journal of Human Rights Practice, 1 February 2017

"After Snowden, can technology save our digital liberties?" openDemocracy, 13 June 2016

"The snooper’s charter shows the government’s total contempt for privacy", The Guardian, 2 March 2016

"At last, the data giants have been humbled," The Guardian, 7 October 2015

"Investigative journalism is vital for democracy as state surveillance increases", The Guardian, 5 August 2015

"Finally, the high court puts a brake on snooping on ordinary Britons", The Guardian, 17 July 2015

"What to look out for in Britain’s new surveillance bill", The Guardian, 5 June 2015

"Today is a great victory against GCHQ, the NSA and the surveillance state", The Guardian, 7 February 2015

"Destroying online freedom in the name of counter-terrorism will make the world a more dangerous place", The Telegraph, 6 November 2014

"Australia’s metadata grab will create modern-day Stasi files", The Guardian, 15 October 2014

"There's No Good Reason for Spy Agencies to Snoop on Humanitarian Groups", Slate, 22 May 2014

"The road to surveillance is paved with good intentions – and warning signs", The Guardian, 13 November 2013

"We need public debate, not a secret tribunal, on covert British surveillance," The Guardian, 8 July 2013

"Big Brother surveillance is our reality", Sydney Morning Herald, 15 June 2013

"Privacy for the Other 5 Billion", Slate, 17 May 2013