'Fawkes' may be the most advanced system yet for fooling facial recognition tech like Clearview AI—until the algorithms catch up.
Momus Analytics' predictive scoring system is using race to grade potential jurors on vague qualities like "leadership" and "personal responsibility."
Fearing school shootings, two districts have become the first in the country to replace metal detectors with body scanners from a company called Evolv Technology.
A major audit found that California cops shared data on the movements of millions of drivers without having policies in place, disregarding state law.
Prosecutors want to use audio captured by one of Amazon's home surveillance cameras as evidence in an unprecedented case.
Feds are once again demanding encryption backdoors, but its own data shows it can extract data from phones without them.
Surveillance footage is providing new insights into how humans interact in public. But should scientists be able to see it?
Amazon is trying to get a waiver to FCC rules that companies like SpaceX and OneWeb had to follow.
Spyware like GoGuardian, Bark, and Gaggle are monitoring students’ internet habits, both on and off school grounds.
Fooled by gibberish and highly susceptible to human bias, automated essay-scoring systems are being increasingly adopted, a Motherboard investigation has found