Android and iPhone spyware sold by NSO Group enables state terror attacks in multiple countries.
A group of privacy-first tech companies have published an open letter today asking EU and US regulators to take action and ban surveillance-based advertising.
The concern arises because the CCTV images were covertly taken from inside Mr. Hancock’s Ministerial Office and disclosed, without authority, to The Sun newspaper.
Law enforcement officials say the tool can help them combat misinformation. Civil liberties advocates say it can be used for mass surveillance.
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.
LAPD officers “spread the word” for the startup, helping it gain market share.
The National Security Agency (NSA) has agreed to release records on the FBI’s improper spying on thousands of Americans.
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.