Records obtained by Motherboard show the police department used sub-par images in almost half of its facial recognition searches, increasing the chance of misidentifying suspects.
Motherboard obtained a secret catalog of surveillance tools advertising covert recording devices disguised as energy drinks, vapes, t-shirts, and more.
A new exhibition traces the social and political upheaval of New York City in the 1960s and '70s through surveillance photos taken by a special police division.
A freedom of information request reveals new details on a secretive program to roll out surveillance equipment across Ontario.
Spies, police, and companies will all have new powers to snoop on the populace—so how bad could it get in the year ahead?
We talked to the creator of You Are Listening To Los Angeles about the impetus and politics behind his open-source project.
Buying equipment with the funds is “essentially double-bookkeeping,” critics say.
This is bigger than we thought.
The Statute of Limitations on Some of the Sexual Assault Allegations Against Julian Assange Have Expired
The WikiLeaks founder remains holed up in the Ecuadorian embassy in London.
Cops from Miami to Duluth on Italian firm’s distribution lists, hacked emails show.
The RCMP is apparently following international policing trends and launching a pilot project that will have some officers recording their every interaction.
We visited a pacified favela in Brazil ahead of the World Cup.