Behdad Esfahbod says he’s coming forward despite the risk to his family who still lives in Iran.
“Anti-riot police are everywhere. Cars are stopped by roadblocks for searching," one protester said. "The scale of [stop and search] has never been seen before.”
“Let this be a lesson to other school administrators: if you try to experiment on your campus with racist, invasive surveillance technology, we will come for you. And we don't lose."
A new national campaign wants to stop facial recognition from invading US college campuses.
Smelling like cannabis and buying your ticket right before your flight from this Florida airport are apparently great reasons for cops to take your stuff.
Law enforcement agencies are using facial recognition systems with little to no rules, found a new study by the Georgetown Law Center on Privacy and Technology.
It's the first police force in Canada to do so.
Canada’s immigration ministry says Iranian government delays in sending over information have caused some of the holdups.
Police have been using ISMI catchers for mass cellphone surveillance; civil liberties advocates call the practice "particularly invasive."
Innocent travelers, including kids, whose names match people on the actual no-fly list have welcomed plans to fix the system.
Trial over searches during G20 protests has profound impacts on "racial profiling, police bias and overreach," says civil liberties group.
Proposed bill shows an "abject disregard for privacy rights," University of Toronto researchers say.