China has added a "color code" in their national surveillance system to mark citizens according to their level of COVID-19 contagion risk and flag those with yellow and red codes for quarantine.
Ruling by Moscow courts that video surveillance with facial recognition does not violate citizen privacy would appear to be the definitive statement that Moscow will now be the largest city outside of China to track people in nearly every inch of public space.
Facial recognition firm Clearview AI has become the victim of a data breach after a hacker “gained unauthorized access” to the company’s entire client list, exposing for the first time the details of the organizations which work with the controversial firm.
U.S. officials claimed that Huawei can gain backdoor access by exploiting the same equipment network operators were required to install for use by law enforcement agencies.
For decades, U.S.-controlled Crypto AG helped the CIA spy on governments around the world by inserting encryption backdoor in cryptographic equipment.
Serious questions over facial recognition technology has motivated 40 groups headed by EPIC to draft a letter to the PCLOB recommending that federal agencies suspend the use of facial recognition surveillance systems.
New report shows government agencies are regularly using cloud extraction tools as surveillance technology to analyze and extract private data from major cloud services.
Thousands of Ring camera credentials are posted by hackers on the dark web which allow cybercriminals to get inside users’ camera system and watch them without their knowledge.
Despite similarity to the EU GDPR, proposed India data protection bill would allow the government unfettered access to citizen data for "national security" purposes.
Privacy concerns are mounting over Amazon Ring’s partnerships with U.S. law enforcement which allows the police to share surveillance videos with anyone they want.