Warrantless surveillance program re-approved despite widespread violations, an innocent Black man sent to jail because of a false facial recognition match, and Internet security savior Daniel Kaminsky dies at 42.
High-surveillance schools see lower academic achievement, the USPS runs a covert social media monitoring program, and federal agencies are secretly buying consumer data.
Addressing the alarming systems of surveillance built by library vendors, lawsuit shows facial recognition is a civil rights issue, and EU poised to ban AI systems used for mass surveillance.
Brown has one surveillance camera per 9 undergrads, over 1,800 police agencies used Clearview AI facial recognition technology, and an online game demonstrates the risks of AI emotion recognition.
How your car became a surveillance weapon, the government is racing to deploy AI, and Virginia lawmakers ban police use of facial recognition.