The popular encrypted app is now going to store your contacts in the cloud. Experts are worried this compromises users’ privacy.
"We, the undersigned Googlers, call on you to stop making our technology available to police forces."
The community-owned NYC Mesh is creating a massive database of traffic cameras to track police abuse.
Motherboard tracked high-tech aircraft previously used in warzones, as well as flights from other agencies above protesting cities.
The aircraft flight data is a reminder that CBP does not only fly drones along the border.
The data would be used to permit or deny entry to public buildings, and control the use of public transport.
Texts revealed a local cop basically deputized Gregory McMichael to help a nearby property owner with any trespassers.
The government just got even more power to spy on your internet habits as millions remain quarantined at home.
Cheatbusters was created to raise awareness of digital privacy, but people are using it to sniff out online infidelity.
In the name of helping governments quell the modern-day plague, the company might just be expanding its questionable business.
With millions isolating at home, the Bureau has been pushing a suspicious app that accesses your phone's location and other sensitive data.
Like 9/11 and the Patriot Act, the pandemic could be this era’s game-changing moment for modern surveillance.