Why data privacy is imperative for communities of color; House lawmakers launch investigation into ID.me; and court dismisses COPPA suit against Alphabet.
Follett reverses course on parental censorship controls; US Postal Inspection Service conducted illegal social media surveillance; Europe is building an international facial recognition system.
Government Surveillance U.S.-EU data privacy deal faces key questions on surveillance | Wall Street Journal When Nokia pulled out of Russia, a vast surveillance system remained | New York Times TSA continues facial recognition rollout at airports | Government Technology
Hactivists fire ‘warning shot’ at companies refusing to pull out of Russia; Philly group launches effort to give residents surveillance cameras; and Arkansas suit shows trust can’t be assumed with biometrics.
A US surveillance program tracks nearly 200,000 immigrants; Utah to become fourth state to pass privacy legislation; NY police facial recognition program slammed for racial bias.