Don’t buy a Nissan if you want your sexual activity to remain private.
DoorDash's terms state it can process voiceprints, but spokespeople didn't say whether its in-development tool would use voices to train AI.
Numerous posts on Reddit show surveillance videos of drivers’ actions on the road, but such recordings haven’t been posted so frequently before.
The lawsuit claimed that OpenAI secretly “scraped 300 billion words from the internet."
Invidious lets users browse YouTube without being tracked. Its developers say they won't make changes until they have to.
The move comes after Motherboard used AI voice cloning technology to fool a bank’s security systems.
The free tool from Privacy4Cars provides some insight on whether your vehicle is collecting and sharing location and other types of data.
For years the DEA has used paid informants inside airline, bus, and parcel companies to bypass needing to get a warrant. A pair of bipartisan Senators now want the DOJ to put an end to it.
The FBI previously purchased access to "netflow" data, which a company called Team Cymru obtains from ISPs. Team Cymru then sells it to the government.
The footage came from Afroman's wife and security cameras inside his home. The plaintiffs allege they have faced embarrassment, ridicule, and humiliation.
Data generated by the official's use of the AllTrails hiking app shows visits to the White House, and also suggests the specific house where he or his family lives.