“Ultimately, the lure of civil forfeiture turned these federal cops into robbers,” a lawyer for a firm representing people swept up in an overly broad government seizure said.
Former members of McDonald's "Global Intelligence Team" must testify about “social media, security, intelligence-gathering, and/or other modalities to surveil employees who have been engaged in the Fight For $15 Campaign.”
The wholesome Canadian chain caused a scandal when its privacy violation was revealed, and now it's proposing a free coffee and a baked good as restitution.
During a congressional hearing, a woman who was allegedly targeted by a government using NSO Group’s spyware, said she was “terrified” and “frightened.”
Ensnared in controversy since launch, Workforce Australia continues to be a source of fear and distress for jobseekers around the country.
Recently released documents how HSI has helped local police by using location data harvested from ordinary apps.
iCloud doesn’t have to be dangerous, as long as you use the right precautions and security mechanisms.
“It’s very hard to see how FOIL’s personal privacy exemption would justify the wholesale withholding of these incident reports.”
The move comes directly in response to Motherboard’s own investigations into how data brokers have provided access to location data related to abortion clinics.
The lookups on Placer.ai were long before the repeal of Roe v. Wade, but still demonstrate the stark risk that location data firms and data brokers pose.