Carl Hoffman photographed by Liz Lynch.
Julia Angwin photographed by Deborah Copaken Korgan.
Julia Angwin is in the middle of upgrading her online password manager right before our interview appointment. On the side, the award-winning investigative journalist has logged into her Tails (The Amnesic Incognito Live System) account, which she describes as being “one of the best encrypted ways to communicate these days.”
These are just a couple of the various measures—which she documents in her new book, Dragnet Nation: A Quest for Privacy, Security, and Freedom in a World of Relentless ...
John Searles photographed by Thomas Caruso.
Stories that deal with themes of exorcism are often met with a hint of skepticism, not just by staunch non-believers, but also by an audience that is wary of an over-familiar plot featuring the usual suspects—the exorcist, the possessed, and the demon—and unreal theatrics—the violent flailing, blood spewing and the devil’s grating voice channeling the blasphemous.
The beginning of John Searles’ new book, Help for the Haunted, teases the reader with the predictable unknown. There is ...