Banjo is applying artificial intelligence to government-owned surveillance and traffic cameras across the entire state of Utah to tell police about "anomalies."
We used the California Consumer Privacy Act to see what information the controversial facial recognition company has collected on me.
"If, as it seems, we are in the process of becoming a totalitarian society in which the state apparatus is all-powerful, the ethics most important for the survival of the true, free, human individual would be: ..."
The days are numbered for their most intrusive spying powers -- especially with the President now seemingly on the same page with most Americans about reining in their domestic spying powers... BUT NOW, the Deep State has exactly the kind of "must
The United States' Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) is well known for its desire to spy on, track, and contact mass surveillance in order to store information on every single human being possible.
In yet more absurdity and confirmation that Edward Snowden was never an "enemy of the state" -- as top intelligence officials and some congressional leaders have charged for years -- it's been...
Clearview AI, the facial recognition company that's been used by more than 600 law enforcement agencies around the country, reveals security breach that exposed details of ALL its clients
High profile economic expert and author Jim Rickards has nailed China for its 1984-like control over society using doublethink, Newspeak, Thought Police, etc., and warns that it is headed toward America. The only dot left to connect is Technocracy.
Over the past year, President Trump has told senior administration officials, including Attorney General Bill Barr, that he wants a major overhaul of national security surveillance powers and the secret court that approves them.
Much is made in western media and discourse about the horrors the Chinese surveillance state. In many ways, this is a convenient scapegoat for western establishment pundits to deflect from what is currently being erected in North America and Europe.
The law can already get into your phone anytime. But Apple needs you to think it isn't helping them...
China's Technocracy failed to keep coronavirus in the laboratory, but now throws more technology at their problem now that it is at epidemic levels: namely, surveillance plus AI to automate and herd individual quarantine. ? TN Editor
UCLA cancels on-campus facial recognition amid backlash over privacy that likened the school's use of the technology to Orwell's '1984'
D.C. has long been considered one of the most onerous places in the country for traffic fines, seeing a steady climb year to year in tickets issued and revenue generated.
Margaret Cudia thought her Ring doorbell camera was "the best thing since sliced bread." She loved watching the world pass by through her suburban New Jersey neighborhood, guarding vigilantly for suspicious strangers and porch pirates from the comfor
Around the world, governments are succumbing to the allure of biometric identification systems.
We noted Monday that economic paralysis brought about by the coronavirus had forced Chinese banks to offer billions of dollars in loans to domestic firms to help contain the virus.
After around 12 days, he was bored and went out early. This time, not only did the police contact him, so did his boss. He had been spotted near Hangzhou's West Lake by a camera with facial recognition technology, and the authorities had alerted hi
The Hong Kong government has announced it has 500 electronic monitoring tags ready to distribute to Hong Kong people placed under home quarantine upon returning to the SAR after having spent time in Hubei province, the epicenter of the ongoing corona
Technocracy run by engineers and scientists threatens all types of governmental structures, not just 'democracy'. It seeks a scientific dictatorship where society is run and people are controlled by algorithm, as in China.
Amazon's Ring smart doorbell surveillance product has been caught sending user data to Facebook and other companies without making Ring users aware their data was being shared.
The University of Missouri has started using an app in order to track students' locations to measure attendance in classes. According to the vice provost, students are required to participate in the tracking.
University of New Mexico is a CIA 'Signature School' and feeds graduates to Intel agencies. Now, UNM wants to equip all firefighters in the U.S. with facial/emotion reading cameras. Would this effectively tie firefighters into a federal surveilla
Beijing has already allowed the world a glimpse of the lengths that an authoritarian state armed with digital surveillance technology will go to stamp out any and all behavior deemed "undesirable" - even if it's as mundane and harmless as wearing paj
West Virginia sheriff's deputies were caught on camera entering a home yet no record exists of them entering the home.
The phone records led to the publication of the private phone records of Giuliani, Congressman Devon Nunes, journalist John Solomon, Trump attorney Jay Sekulow, attorney Victoria Toensing, and other American citizens.
No one wants to be judged by the remarks they have made in private. Yet many people judge (if not obsess over) the private remarks of others. Let's talk about this.
Protecting the right of individuals to join together in groups to influence government policy is at the very heart of the First Amendment. Therefore, the FBI subjecting such groups to surveillance can violate the constitutional rights of everyone inv
As seven University of Puerto Rico students prepare to face trial in February for participating in a nonviolent protest more than two years ago, documents released to their defense attorneys reveal that Facebook granted the island's Justice Departm