Leaked records show dissidents and those who help them prominent among those under threat from NSO spyware.
The company tested out giving users the ability to summon their own personal police force. Last week it pulled the plug.
The proposed system uses a reliable form of facial biometric identification but would need to control for variables like weather and low light.
Cars are increasingly equipped with cameras to monitor driver behavior, but Tesla’s use of the technology raises safety and privacy questions.
A hacked customer list shows that facial recognition company Verkada is deployed in tens of thousands of schools, bars, stores, jails, and other businesses around the country.
A hacker who last week tried to poison a Florida city’s water supply used a remote access software platform that had been dormant for months.
Ten people have been arrested in connection with a series of SIM-swapping attacks that reaped more than $100 million by taking over the mobile phone accounts of high-profile individuals.
The ruling says customs officials can rummage through highly personal information even absent any reason to think their owner did something wrong.
Hands-free check ins and face scanners are part of pandemic travel. Flying after coronavirus is set to involve far less personal contact with airline staff. Not everyone agrees that’s a good thing.