One man says he lost his savings after being sued by Proctorio, whose software tracks physical movements to detect “abnormal” behavior during exams.
Researchers found several apps using an outdated version of an SDK made by Twitter-owned MoPub.
The move comes after Motherboard found various agencies flying surveillance aircraft over protesting cities.
Amazon claims its “Time Off Task” system is used to increase worker productivity, but civil rights groups point to the company’s history of anti-union surveillance and worker retaliation.
New documents obtained by Motherboard provide more detail on what exactly location data firms are selling to the U.S. government.
Experts say Amazon could be tracking opioid usage to determine where to open warehouses, monitor for package theft, or simply because it loves data.
The city’s own police chief admits the technology misidentifies 96 percent of time and yet the city voted to extend its use.
The aircraft did not show up on radar but did show up on air traffic control feeds.
Amazon announced Ring cameras for cars and a drone camera that flies around your home.
Thousands of Facebook users can now collect up to $400 from Facebook's settlement fund for a class action lawsuit that alleged that the social media giant violated Illinois's biometric privacy law.
Invasive test-taking software has become mandatory in many places, and some companies are retaliating against those who speak out.