Why a social credit system is so scary
Mass surveillance is all around us, and the potential consequences should freak you out.
Amazon’s facial recognition misidentified Boston athletes as criminals
Amazon’s facial recognition technology falsely matched nearly 30 professional athletes to individuals in a mugshot database, according to the Massachusetts chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU).
Opinion: How Artists And Fans Stopped Facial Recognition From Invading Music Festivals
The surveillance dystopia of our nightmares is not inevitable — and the way we kept it out of concerts and festivals is a lesson for the future.
Privacy Law News
The US Federal Trade Commission has barred developers of three "stalkerware" apps from selling products to monitor consumers’ mobile devices.
Cops Need a Warrant to Access Your Car's Data, Court Rules
Georgia Supreme Court declares that warrantless access to your vehicle data constitutes an unconstitutional intrusion.
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