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The aerial surveillance program faced lawsuits after letting police constantly monitor nearly all city residents from above.
Fans are mourning the passing of the hyperpop producer, who became known for musical worlds that are challenging, bizarre, and unapologetically trans.
Using hand mirrors and making 3D room scans are among the bizarre instructions students must follow while using software like ProctorU and Respondus.
If we truly are living in the end-times, From Software's bleak fantasy world should inspire us to transcend our grim reality and forge a new path.
An Amazon spokesperson confirmed that the company monitors dozens of internal listservs but said that the program did not exist for the purposes that the employee described.
Invasive test-taking software has become mandatory in many places, and some companies are retaliating against those who speak out.
“Bias” can’t be fixed with a software update. Only by disrupting oppressive systems on every level can we make a more just world.
On Wednesday, Facebook deleted groups and limited ads belonging to QAnon conspiracists, far-right militias, and in a stunning example of false equivalence, anti-fascists.
With mass-evictions on the horizon, Landlord Tech Watch sheds light on the surveillance tools used by landlords and real estate companies.
The issue appears to be widespread, potentially affecting anyone who took precautionary measures following news of the breach.
Hackers are buying used body cameras on eBay and finding troves of video evidence.
As protests against police violence continue, members of NYC Mesh built a network that provides internet access to the encampment without relying on Internet Service Providers.