State of Surveillance
As more companies seek to monitor workers, unions are beginning to push back, citing privacy and safety concerns.
A new investigation reveals that in the UK, the billboards watch you.
Tired of privacy violations and a lack of control, smart home fans are building their own AI-powered alternatives to Amazon’s surveillance empire.
“Releasing one of these Parabon images to the public like the Edmonton Police did recently, is dangerous and irresponsible, especially when that image implicates a Black person and an immigrant.”
Millions of dollars and ample public masturbation later, LinkNYC still hasn’t fixed the city’s stubborn digital divide or the privacy issues raised half a decade ago.
"My apartment was raided by local police this morning 7am my time and all my electronic devices have been confiscated on request of the US Department of Justice."
The footage shows the power of surveillance systems that have been monitoring protests all over the country.
Banjo is applying artificial intelligence to government-owned surveillance and traffic cameras across the entire state of Utah to tell police about "anomalies."
And a corrupt U.S. government seems incapable and unwilling to do anything about it.