"The fact that you are giving up your DNA for a relatively smaller misdemeanor crime—forever—is pretty scary, when you think about it.”
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Suspect Technologies tried to convince police to hand over a database of driver license photos, and pitched a product that would scan for people of a certain ethnicity.
A consumer spyware vendor left a lot of incredibly sensitive and private data, including intimate pictures and private call recordings, for all to see on a server freely accessible over the internet. And it still hasn’t taken the data down.
Facebook, Twitter, Microsoft and others use pooled data to stamp out child abuse imagery. Some revenge porn victims want something similar, but who is going to make it?
Meaghan Good says she finds it tough to do a "normal job," but her unique skills make her perfectly suited to run The Charley Project, one of the largest and most detailed online databases of missing persons in the US.
“An innocent man died. And a guilty one lives freely.”
The world's desktop backgrounds and screen savers are about to get the NASA bump, now that the organization has updated its site for 2017.
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The RCMP then made their identities known to front-line officers.
But the AI may only entrench existing prejudices.
The confidential Thomson Reuters “terrorism database” is spreading in the internet’s underground.