French COVID-19 drones grounded, German mass surveillance abroad ruled unconstitutional, and states’ PUA sites are breached or leaking.
Growing privacy and efficacy concerns regarding contact-tracing apps, Senate to vote on renewing surveillance powers, and the GoDaddy data breach.
Employee surveillance market booms, pushback against civil liberty erosion as mass surveillance expands, Banjo’s AI surveillance contracts suspended after exposure of CEO’s KKK connections.
A boom in the spy software market to monitor COVID-19 telecommuters, Twitter’s lawsuit seeking to reveal gov’t surveillance requests gets dismissed, and CARES Act data breaches.
Coronavirus-spurred mass surveillance increasingly recognized as the greatest threat to privacy, PII of 115 million Pakistani mobile users put up for sale, and surveillance planes temporarily held from flying over Baltimore.