"American travelers [should] fully understand exactly who has access to their facial recognition data, how long their data will be held, how their information will be safeguarded, and how they can opt out of the program altogether.”
“This is opening the door to an extraordinarily more intrusive and granular level of government control.”
Democrats Hope Their "Save The Internet" Bill Will Restore Net Neutrality Laws, But It Faces An Uphill Battle
The bill would restore Obama-era protections that prohibited internet providers from charging "fast lane" premiums for services like Netflix and Facebook.
“This is a perfect issue for our committee to look into,” California Rep. Jimmy Gomez told BuzzFeed News.
The Rekognition technology could one day scan your face, identify who you are, use visual cues to figure out the kind of work you do, and potentially track you as you move around.
Mir Islam and Troy Woody Jr., changed their story yet again about the circumstances surrounding the death of Tomi Masters.
Tomi Masters was a 23-year-old from Indiana who moved to California with dreams of making it big in the cannabis business. Then she met a hacker who introduced her to a dark new world of digital manipulation, suspicion, paranoia, and fear — one that swallowed her alive and left her floating in a river in the Philippines.
Apple Says It Will Fix The FaceTime Bug That Allows You To Access Someone's iPhone Camera And Microphone Before They Pick Up
The security issue is fixed on its servers, Apple said, but the company is delaying the software update until next week.
"In 2019, it’s time to stand up for the right to privacy — yours, mine, all of ours."
In April of last year, a YouTube spokesperson told BuzzFeed News, "These images are abhorrent to us and have no place on YouTube."
Lawyers say an internal investigation by Google claimed to find bondage videos on former company executive Andy Rubin’s computer. “You won’t believe what’s in these [shareholder] minutes.”
“It was like an episode of Black Mirror,” said Matthew Herrick, whose high-profile lawsuit alleges that Grindr looked the other way while his ex-boyfriend tormented him.
Three New York City Council members are introducing legislation to prevent the city from signing nondisclosure agreements during negotiations with corporations.
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Public scrutiny of US law enforcement’s use of Amazon’s facial recognition tech has grown in response to reports that the technology could at times be inaccurate, and even racially biased.
“Right now, if you Google the word ‘idiot’ under images, a picture of Donald Trump comes up. I just did that. How would that happen?”
The court order presents a headache for Apple in moving some of the company’s older models in China, the world’s largest market for smartphones.
A government document, published last week, describes how the Secret Service will scan video feeds and images of individuals passing by on public streets and parks near the White House.
After a BuzzFeed News report about Amazon’s facial recognition pilot in Florida, seven House Democrats are asking questions about the technology’s accuracy.
Google Workers Openly Asked Their Bosses To Cancel The Company’s Secret, Censored Search Engine For China
Googlers are signing their real names to a new letter protesting Project Dragonfly, and the number of signatures is growing quickly.