Signal was created and funded by a CIA spinoff. It is not your friend.
Manchester-based cybersecurity firm VST Enterprises has signed a deal with digital health company Circle Pass Enterprises (CPE) to create a digital health passport designed to "manage a safe return to work, life, and safe travel" after the Covid-
Since the beginning of the 21st century, the surveillance state has utilized technology derived from Silicon Valley, such as facial recognition algorithms, to enhance society's control.
Major privacy violations from teachers are becoming more and more common. Teachers can now monitor a students every move.
A facial recognition company is demanding the Washington Times retract and apologize for publishing a story claiming their technology identified members of antifa as being among the pro-Trump crowd that stormed the Capitol on Wednesday.
Ever feel like you're being watched? Fascinating graphics reveal how London's whopping 627,707 CCTV cameras compare with other cities around the world
Instagram claims its new redesign will support small businesses and connect users with their favorite brands. But researchers warn the new "Shop" tab is more about collecting data and exploiting users' emotions.
The order, which takes effect in 45 days, prohibits transactions on Alipay, CamScanner, QQ Wallet, SHAREit, Tencent QQ, VMate, WeChat Pay, and WPS Office.
"We've never seen an improvised thermobaric device before in this country or any country," says Dave Williams, who conducted the FBI's on-scene investigations of the World Trade Center, Oklahoma City, Pan Am 103 and Unabomber bombings, among ot
Here's my full interview with NSA Whistleblower Edward Snowden -- it's the longest interview I've ever posted. I once was unsure if Edward Snowden -- who leaked documents showing that the NSA spied on Americans -- was a hero, or a traitor who made
The Nashville bombing incident, which targeted an AT&T / NSA spy hub data center, was clearly an effort to destroy hardware systems and stored data located in a hardened facility at the site.
There's been a huge amount of concern this year about the security implications of technology that originates in China or is owned by Chinese companies.
The secrets are hidden behind fortified walls in cities across the United States, inside towering, windowless skyscrapers and fortress-like concrete structures that were built to withstand earthquakes and even nuclear attack.
Someone left me a comment -- If I'm not committing any crimes, why should I bother with all this surveillance stuff? -- a sad commentary. And similar to the comment by Youtuber MrWhoseTheBoss.
He says it's is necessary to "read your thoughts" directly from your soon-to-be embedded brain-chip!
UK Home Secretary Priti Patel has encouraged neighbors to snitch on each other to police if they see others violating COVID rules over the Christmas period.
Sweeping surveillance laws have remained on the books for decades after 9/11--but two members of Congress from opposite sides of the political spectrum want to change that.
Almost 600 human volunteers participated in a recent technology evaluation.
The resolution is so crisp that you can see inside individual rooms.
...to shut it down immediately
The new law, which passed with 426 votes in favor, three abstentions, and one against, will enable the Ministry of the Interior to create a database with the personal data of Mexicans, including biometrics.
Phil Murphy, the governor of New Jersey, is upset. His efforts to convince state residents to cooperate with Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) contract tracers have failed, and now he is choosing to whine about it in public.
Intelligence and military researchers want to merge facial recognition with other biometric methods to identify people from long distances and steep angles
There's nothing angelic about Amazon's new wearable technology. The Halo bracelet will tell you if you are condescending, opinionated, or fat and then report that information to the cloud.
2021 is the year for new car technology from Tesla, Waymo, MobileEye, Cruise. Tesla and Waymo in particular have major features being released to finally put self-driving in the mainstream.
The World Economic Forum (WEF) was founded fifty years ago. It has gained more and more prominence over the decades and has become one of the leading platforms of futuristic thinking and planning.
If brain mapping becomes mainstream, it could have major implications for the legal system. Even if a person chooses not to confess, their brain could be tapped to do it for them.
EPIC has hit five test-proctoring software companies with lawsuit threats and says their software violates Washington DC's privacy law.
On December 5, the American author and retired politician, Ron Paul, joined the Stephan Livera Podcast episode 234 and discussed cryptocurrencies and bitcoin at great length.