Some public officials are mad, people say the company invented a neighborhood that never existed, and Amazon is getting even more incentive money than you thought.
Tesla and Netflix declined to comment. Slack said it was "undertaking a careful review" of its policies.
Amazon Employees Aren’t Happy With How Execs Just Addressed Concerns Over Cops Using Its Facial Recognition Tech
“It’s hard to trust that harm and abuse can be prevented if it is only post-mortem and through the Terms of Service,” an Amazon employee told BuzzFeed News.
New documents obtained by BuzzFeed News reveal the most detailed picture yet of how the Orlando Police Department is using Amazon Rekognition, the tech giant’s facial recognition technology.
The painful sell-off in tech is an anomaly — and now the market is suffering for it.
Twitter Just Published Millions Of Russia- And Iran-Linked Tweets So Researchers Can Study Election Interference
“It is clear that information operations and coordinated inauthentic behavior will not cease,” Twitter said in a new blog post.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency tested the new system, which allowed Trump to send a message to almost every phone in the US.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency will test the new system, which allows Trump to send a message to every phone in the US.
Facebook Says Security Breach Of 50 Million Accounts Also Affected Sites Where You Used Facebook To Log In
"It’s important to say — the attackers could use the account as if they are the account holder."
Facebook Just Met With Reps From Myanmar, The Philippines, And Sri Lanka To Discuss Its Global Misinformation Problem
The embattled social network discussed enforcing individualized, region-specific policies after learning about cultural differences that make certain countries particularly vulnerable.
The post says the execution of Sen. Antonio Trillanes IV, a high-profile critic of Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte, is “fun to think about.”
"We were seduced, we were lured, we were hooked, and then, when we became captive audiences, we were manipulated to see what other people — people with vested interests and evil motives of power and domination — wanted us to see."
Bob Ross is not a criminal, y’all.
In a letter shared exclusively with BuzzFeed News, Reps. Jimmy Gomez and John Lewis have asked to meet with Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos to discuss Amazon's controversial face recognition tool.
The false matches were disproportionately people of color, said the ACLU.
“When somebody you know from real life — somebody you're afraid of — makes it known that they are still watching, it's scary and manipulative and can make you feel trapped in your own life.”
“It’s heartbreaking to see the images and hear the sounds of the kids,” Tim Cook said.
"An employee briefly deleted the blog after seeing commentary in social media. This was a mistake and as soon as it was noticed the blog was reverted to previous language."
“This is about people — human beings — that are impacted by this tech that will supercharge surveillance and undermine civil rights."
Even more examples of YouTube's algorithm-powered conspiracy video rabbit hole.