US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) published a new assessment titled "Privacy Impact Assessment for the CBP License Plate Reader Technology," outlining the agency's plan to combine its database on license plate images with ones from local and sta
Controversial video sharing app TikTok has another demerit to add to its growing list: the app was just fined by South Korea for mishandling child privacy data.
For too long now, health officials sold us that donning masks and other face coverings, such as bandanas, would somehow slow the spread of the nano-sized virus, SARS-CoV2, which causes the symptom complex referred to as COVID-19. Their theory doesn
Surveillance and monitoring are key tools of Technocracy in order to enforce its "science of social engineering." There is no level of surveillance or amount of data collected that is "enough". To a Technocrat, data represents control over th
New York: Rockland County officials issued subpoenas to eight people allegedly infected by the coronavirus to compel them to speak with contact tracers about contracting the COVID-19 disease at a party last month. Patricia Rupert, the county's heal
There are few things more exciting in our modern world than watching and waiting for a parcel to arrive – and by the same token, few things more frustrating than when it arrives broken or doesn't arrive at all.
Israel on Monday launched a new spy satellite that it said would provide high-quality surveillance for its military intelligence.
Back in 2019, a hacker showed how smart bulbs can be used to collect Wi-Fi passwords and other valuable data.
One of the latest steps towards that end in the so-called COVID-PASS Immunity Passport, a smartphone app that will determine who gets to eat out at restaurants and go to the gym versus who still has to get tested for the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19)
Despite a round three of border deescalation talks between Indian and Chinese military delegations scheduled for Tuesday, there's yet more significant fallout following the June 15 border clash which left 20 Indian troops dead, also with an unknown n
Google now auto-deletes data, but only for some users, and only after a year and a half. You can do better.
Virginia's Department of Health website encourages residents to snitch on people who violate coronavirus restrictions on public gatherings
YOUR iPhone keeps track of your real-world movements ?" which you can view on a map.
Google has promised to change the default settings on its services to store less user browser history and location data on its servers. The default setting will only apply to new users -- existing users will need to change the settings themselves.
The Beat Goes On: Strangers At the Hodges Door
Tuesday evening, watch Naomi Klein, Edward Snowden, Jacinta González, and Edward Ongweso Jr. discuss the surveillance of Black and brown communities.
Google Chrome extensions, which have been downloaded more than 32-million times, were used to spy on the browser's users in a massive global surveillance campaign.
If you downloaded the latest iOS update back in May, and any following updates, then congratulations...your COVID-19 infection status will likely soon be tracked by state health officials as part of each state's contact tracing efforts.
...from accessing airports, workplaces
even though experts have praised the app, the public is divided about using it for privacy reasons.
Norway's health authorities suspended the use of its COVID-19 tracing app and deleted all location data collected amid new privacy criticism from the Norwegian Data Protection Authority (DPA), reported The Local.
The emergence of the surveillance state, a perpetual war machine, increased intervention in failing markets by the central planners, greater government control of critical systems like health care and the Internet -- all of these are classic fourth
Across the United States, people are taking to the street to protest racist police violence, including the tragic police killings of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor.
Amazon said on Wednesday that it's putting in place a one-year moratorium on police use of Rekognition.
David Espinoza appeared unhappy when Arizona joined scores of states investigating Google last year.
Very little is known about the 'Crossbow' device
Signal, which uses end-to-end encryption on all messages, has added a new tool to its secure messaging app.
If you're trying to cut Facebook out of your life, Messenger is one of the apps you need to replace.
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