This special six-part series examines privacy in America — from its troubled past, to its messy present, to its threatening future. Sponsored by Intel Corp.
Amy Boyer, I sometimes say, was the first person murdered by the Internet. Twenty years ago this fall, she was gunned down in cold blood by stalker Liam Youens. He found Amy by hiring a data broker, and told everyone about that on his website. “It’s actually obscene what you [Keep reading]