Based in Boston, Massachusetts, Claudia is a science journalist and editor. Her work focuses on marine science, the environment, and wildlife, particularly regarding how humans interact with the world around them.

Smart Cities May Be The Death of Privacy As We Know It

Smart Cities May Be The Death of Privacy As We Know It

Around the world, city government offices are equipping their cities to collect a growing amount of data about residents and their activities. All of these efforts promise to make cities cleaner, safer, more sustainable, and more efficient. But ethicists have a different concern: How can citizens maintain privacy when data is being collected from all around them?

Read more of this reported feature over at Futurism.

Death By Killer Algae

Death By Killer Algae

NASA: Hole in Earth’s Ozone Layer is the Smallest It’s Been Since 1988

NASA: Hole in Earth’s Ozone Layer is the Smallest It’s Been Since 1988