The rule proposal passed 8-3 and civil rights groups worry a rubicon has been crossed.
SFPD “does not have any sort of specific plan in place” for when killer robots would be necessary, but it wants to use them nonetheless.
SF Mayor 'Wallpapered Over' Privacy Concerns About Police Access to Live Surveillance Cameras, Docs Show
While privacy groups sounded the alarm, SF Police lobbied for the policy and distributed talking points members of the public read aloud at a hearing.
The Queensland police department said that the DNA sample from the case generated a genealogy tree of “15,000 ‘linked’ individuals” and they have not been able to find a close match yet.
Tenants get to throw away their checkbooks. Landlords learn how much to raise your rent by.
As more companies seek to monitor workers, unions are beginning to push back, citing privacy and safety concerns.
A Data & Society report interviewed doorbell camera users and delivery drivers to understand how surveillance is affecting both, for the worse.
It’s the first program of its kind since the deadly mass-shooting. Security experts worry it sends families the wrong message.
A new investigation reveals that in the UK, the billboards watch you.
A widely used background check company has been sued numerous times for mishandling criminal records and including false information on its reports.
Michael Fox, a superintendent for a small New Jersey school district, sent dozens of sales pitches and coordinated closely with Verkada sales reps to hawk smart security cameras.
Airbnb customers say they are being permanently banned after background checks reveal minor offenses like broken tail lights and old misdemeanors.