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How the NFL—not the NSA—is impacting data gathering well beyond the gridiron

Video shot and edited by Christopher Schodt. Update: The NFL returns for its 2019-2020 season this week. And as fans watch all the action as closely as possible, the teams themselves want to do so, too. Back in 2015, Ars got a firsthand look at the work of Zebra Technologies, an enterprise data company that …

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We asked, you answered: Rebecca Ford reviews your Warframe frames

Video shot by Sean Dacanay, edited by Justin Wolfson. Click here for transcript. About a month ago, Ars posted a couple of calls to action in our forums and on Reddit: we wanted to take your coolest Warframe designs and get them in front of the game’s developers at Digital Extremes to see what the …

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War Stories: How This War of Mine manipulates your emotions

This video contains some minor spoilers for a non-critical location in the game. Video shot by Dawid Kurowski, edited by John Cappello. Click here for transcript. Chances are good that you already have This War of Mine in your Steam library. The side-view, survival-horror adventure game is a perennial favorite on various Steam sales, and …

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The rise of tech-worker activism

Video by Chris Schodt, production by Justin Wolfson. In this episode of Ars Technica Live, we spoke with Leigh Honeywell, a security engineer who has worked at several large tech companies as well as the ACLU. She’s been at the forefront of worker organizing in the tech industry, organizing protests against data-driven profiling and founding …

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Bay Area: Join us 2/13 to discuss a new hope for tech activism

Enlarge / Leigh Honeywell is the founder of Tall Poppy and an activist. She’s worked on security and privacy with major tech companies as well as the ACLU. Leigh Honeywell Over the past couple of years, we’ve seen a huge upsurge in activism within the technology community. From the walkouts at Google to labor organizing …

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