Whereas many DMVs sell drivers’ names, addresses, or vehicle information, the Arizona Motor Vehicle Department (MVD) sells some residents’ most personal information.
The move by CBP continues the trend of law enforcement buying access to data rather than gathering it themselves.
It's only been one day since hospitals were ordered to send coronavirus data to the Trump administration rather than the CDC.
The tech giants aren't the first to propose a similar plan, but their power makes them the only available choices during a dire crisis. This influence isn't a fading remnant of the pre-pandemic world, but an enlarging feature of post-virus capitalism.
A number of surveillance tech companies are pivoting to tracking coronavirus-infected citizens. Experts are worried that they are just trying exploit a crisis to expand their questionable businesses.
AWS said the data was anonymous and to help understand attendance at certain events.
With the right amount of stamps you can send nearly anything.
Internal documents obtained by Motherboard detail the planning of an anti-package theft operation that used fake Amazon boxes rigged with GPS location trackers.
Modern meters can track not only when you’re not home, but what you’re up to when you're there.
Developers of games like Total War and Civilization are apologizing and removing the software from their games.
Here are the letters Senator Ron Wyden sent to mobile carriers and the FCC demanding answers and action on the recently highlighted law enforcement service to easily track phones across the country.
A lawsuit alleges the Elerts app is tracking your location and unique cell ID, and has “amassed a trove of data”