Articles by Peter Maass

category: ProPublica

Was Petraeus Borked?

The New Yorker Online  |  11/14/2012
When a D.C. video store revealed the Supreme Court nominee’s list of video rentals, it sparked a privacy backlash and a new law. Similarly, the Petraeus affair has put the government’s vast surveillance powers – even of elites – in a critical context.

Does Cybercrime Really Cost $1 Trillion?

ProPublica  |  08/31/2012
As the Senate considers a bill to strengthen the nation’s cybersecurity, some questionable numbers keep creeping into the discussion.

That’s No Phone. That’s My Tracker

The New York Times  |  July 15, 2012

How a Lone Grad Student Scooped the Government and What It Means for Your Online Privacy

ProPublica  |  June 28, 2012

The Toppling

The New Yorker  |  January 3, 2011
How the media inflated a minor moment in a long war
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