Axon, maker of Tasers and police body cameras, has acquired AI surveillance company Fusus amid a push into retail and healthcare settings.
The House was set to vote on two competing bills reauthorizing a powerful mass surveillance tool, but faced backlash from rights groups.
Privacy experts worry that a proposed reform bill would greatly widen how the government can surveil Americans’ digital communications.
Cobwebs Technologies' WebLoc software allows police to track individuals using geolocation signals displayed on a map interface.
New York City wants to fly highly impractical surveillance tech to let people know about emergencies and extreme weather.
“Do we have the ability to effectively detect this?” asks one email. “No.”
Police Raided Afroman Searching for a ‘Dungeon.’ His Record Label Says He Doesn’t Even Have a Basement
Motherboard reviewed a bevvy of bodycam footage and the search warrant that underpinned the raid on Afroman’s residence in August 2022.
Internal DHS documents reviewed by Motherboard provide more detail on a DHS plan to monitor social media for content related to terrorists, the illegal opioid trade, and foreign interference bots.
Customs and Border Protection (CBP) is using a tool called Babel X that can link a person's Social Security number to their social media posts and location data, according to an internal CBP document obtained by Motherboard.
New York Times Profiles Back-to-Office Culture at Company That Used Surveillance to Harass Coworkers at the Office
While bemoaning the fact that workers have “less supervision” at home.
He managed to evade surveillance by keeping his online identity hidden, even from those closest to him.
The 'Camera Shy Hoodie' renders its wearer anonymous to night vision surveillance cameras, using infrared LEDs usually found in the cameras themselves.