The Orion

Smile, you’re on camera

Smile, you’re on camera

Evan Roberts and Dongyoung Won

October 22, 2016


Filed under Columns, Opinion

Even if someone personally doesn't interact much with technology, they are still in its presence. Studies show that the average person is caught on a security camera about 75 times a day, this is done by over 245 million surveillance cameras around the world. While cameras have been cheap enough for most to afford fo...

Pokémon GO tracking the tracker

Pokémon GO tracking the tracker

Thomas Staaden

August 21, 2016


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Community

A vast crowd comes over the distant plane to an empty parking lot. They gather around a formerly poorly lit parking lot, now bright with the light of hundreds of phones in the search for a rare Pokémon. It may seem like a slight stretch to assume that so many would gather for one Pokémon (d...

FBI vs. Apple: Privacy concerns without concern

FBI vs. Apple: Privacy concerns without concern

Sean Daly

April 27, 2016


Filed under Columns, Opinion

The recent conflict over the government's access to digital information is developing between the FBI and the giant technological producer Apple. This battle involves two global forces who each say they fight for the common good but clearly fight for their own invested interests.The issue of the gover...

Nude photos are best left untaken

Nude photos are best left untaken

Veronica De La Cruz

November 9, 2014


Filed under Columns, Opinion

A person takes a picture, it gets sent out, then disappears within a matter of 10 seconds. Throw in a long list of privacy features, and it's no wonder college students rely on apps like Snapchat to sext. It's the perfect app for sending nude photos without them getting into the wrong person's hands....

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