Director James Ponsoldt talks to CNNTech's Laurie Segall about his new movie 'The Circle' and the fine line between transparency and a lack of privacy.
Broken relationships, suicides, data driven cheating -- this is life after the Ashley Madison hack.
Data shows when you're at your weakest. Could you be programmed to cheat? Laurie Segall reaches out to current and former Ashley Madison employees to find out the truth about the company.
In this episode of Mostly Human, Laurie Segall explores how Ashley Madison used algorithms that would make you more likely to click-for-affair. She also speaks with biological anthropologist Dr. Helen Fisher to find out if humans are programmed for monogamy.
A husband who cheated. A hack the exposed him. A year later, Laurie Segall revisits one woman whose life was irrevocable changed by the Ashley Madison hack.
An investigation into the human impact of a hack that exposed 36 million potential cheaters. Behind the hack, there were suicides, broken families. And inside the War Room of Ashley Madison, there were millions of dollars on the table, death threats, and a ticking time bomb that would explode with society's secrets.
Laurie Segall sits down with Joseph Gordon-Levitt to speak about how he hopes our children will build better social media platforms.
With the new Echo Look, Amazon's Alexa can help you get dressed by taking photos and comparing outfits. But do we need computers telling us what not to wear?
A former Verizon legal counselor and Justice Department employee, Ajit Pai is running the Federal Communications Commission under President Trump.