Big tech and the government have a responsibility to stop the advent of machines that can kill without human oversight.
In the battle over encryption, governments act like they have the right to learn everyone’s secrets because technology makes it possible.
In a win for privacy rights, the Illinois Supreme Court allowed a lawsuit to continue against a company that scanned a 14-year-old’s thumbprint.
The newly revealed flaw meant that FaceTime users could be unknowingly transmitting audio and video. GCHQ wants to do even more.
Amazon, Google, and Microsoft Are at Odds on the Dangers of Face Recognition. One of Them Is on the Right Path.
There’s a clear rift among the tech giants over how to protect Americans from unchecked face surveillance.
Imagine if the FBI’s surveillance of the civil rights leader had used today’s technology.
We’re suing the FBI and other agencies to learn how they collect and analyze people’s posts on Facebook, Twitter, and other social media sites.
Federal law enforcement is deploying powerful computer hacking tools to conduct domestic criminal and immigration investigations.
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