Internal documents, messages, and roadmaps show how crime app Citizen is pushing the boundary of what a private, app-enabled vigilante force may be capable of.
The state's prison system will become the first to evaluate the Fitbit-like devices, which use algorithms to track prisoners' vitals.
The cache includes data on 1.7 million incidents, giving insight into the scale of Citizen around the country.
Citizen would deploy private security forces at the request of app users, according to documents and sources.
The vehicle is linked to a private security company which describes itself as a "subscription law enforcement service."
Here's where all the candidates stand on the controversial technology, which is known to falsely identify and discriminate against people of color.
As schools reopen with billions in federal aid, surveillance vendors are hawking expensive tools like license plate readers and facial recognition.
A letter obtained by Motherboard discusses internet browsing, location, and other forms of data.
The conference was led by lawyers of killed Black teens A.J. Crooms and Sincere Pierce, announcing a lawsuit against a specific officer and their agency.
The company has a patent for a system that recommends music by monitoring emotional cues in your private conversations.
In a blog post dismissing reporting on Oracle's role in Chinese surveillance programs, executive Ken Glueck asked readers to email him information about the reporter.
The conference, led by civil rights attorney Ben Crump, was announcing a lawsuit over the killings of A.J. Crooms and Sincere Pierce.