DuckDuckGo is launching a new email privacy service meant to stop ad companies from spying on your inbox.
One school using the facial recognition software saw that a student’s face was captured more than 1,000 times during the week.
The European Parliament adopted the final version of the ePrivacy derogation enabling providers of electronic communication services to scan and report private online messages.
The FBI, U.S. Park Police, and other agencies used the technology during the height of 2020’s protests, according to a new government watchdog report.
The Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board spent more than six years scrutinizing the surveillance-related system, called XKeyscore. Its report is classified.
The use of Artificial Intelligence in law enforcement and the judiciary should be subject to strong safeguards and human oversight, says the Civil Liberties Committee.
Alfi announced a deal to give Uber and Lyft drivers 10,000 digital tablets equipped with cameras that will display ads, catalogue information about riders, and track their reactions to content.
The proliferation of tracking devices — particularly the type of popular gadgets being sold to help you find your belongings, such as your wallet, keys or luggage — have led to an increase in fears of stalking