First and foremost, Astro is a spybot.
The EU has been accused of contributing to the development of ‘surveillance’ capacities in third countries without considering fundamental rights and data protection.
Court upholds harassment claim after neighbour complained about use of security cameras and doorbells.
More than a dozen prominent cybersecurity experts criticized plans by Apple and the European Union to monitor people’s phones for illicit material.
The Moscow metro has launched what authorities say is the first mass-scale deployment of a facial recognition payment system.
The UK’s Metropolitan Police Service has been authorised to buy and use retrospective facial recognition technology.
Can cellphone data and surveillance cameras help restore the city’s old-world charm, or just destroy what magic remains?
Big tech now encourages us to monitor everything via smartphones and watches. How much privacy have we lost to the promise of self improvement – and is it time to stop?
To combat discrimination and ensure the right to privacy, MEPs demand strong safeguards when artificial intelligence tools are used in law enforcement.