Federal agents are using face recognition software without training, policies, or oversight, according to the Government Accountability Office (GAO).
19-year-old Tayvin Galanakis posted his traffic stop arrest, despite not being intoxicated, on YouTube where it gained millions of views.
Amazon and its subsidiary, Ring, have agreed to separate multi-million dollar settlements with the U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) over privacy violations involving children’s use of Alexa and homeowners’ use of Ring doorbell cameras.
The NYPD filed vague reports about its surveillance tech, bucking requirements under a new law.
Top tech companies are mounting a push to limit how US intelligence agencies collect and view texts, emails and other information about their users, especially American citizens.
A security flaw in Ring’s Neighbors app was exposing the precise locations and home addresses of users who had posted to the app.
Several companies offering phone-spying apps — known as “stalkerware” — are still advertising in Google search results, despite the search giant’s ban that took effect today, TechCrunch has found.
Use of the tech needs to be narrower to conform to human rights law, court held.
Human rights organizations have blamed the Belarusian government for widespread outages.
Twitter’s use of the data for advertising purposes was discovered in 2019.
Chris Larsen knows that a crypto mogul spending his own money for a city’s camera surveillance system might sound creepy. He’s here to explain why it’s not.
The sale is “an end-run around the usual legal processes.”
The Senate Judiciary Committee passed the amended version on July 2.
The bill would also make federal funding for state and local law enforcement contingent on the enactment of similar bans.