While Constitution supporters are outraged about the latest extension of parts of the P.A.T.R.I.O.T. Act, there is much more that was permanent from day one. Everything from fusion centers and information sharing, to national security […]
Article Source The U.S. government secretly spied on 1,700 college students and professors between 2012 and 2013. The facial recognition research was carried out at the University of Colorado. No students were asked to participate […]
Article Source A bill that would have put some oversight on police’s use of facial recognition technology didn’t go anywhere on Utah’s Capitol Hill in the face of pushback from lawmakers on the right and […]
Article Source We’ve become increasingly comfortable with facial recognition technology. We use it to unlock our phones and to skip the security line at the airport. But the convenience of facial recognition is blinding us […]
Article Source The Oakland City Council recently gave final approval to an ordinance banning facial recognition in that city. This is part of a broader movement at the state and local level to ban outright […]
Article Source Google’s new Nest Hub Max is a smart display unit that comes equipped with a 6.5-megapixel facial recognition camera that identifies you and monitors all your actions – inside your own home. And […]
Article Source Last week, a joint Utah legislative committee held a hearing on facial recognition technology, and legislators plan to consider at least two bills addressing the invasive surveillance technology during the upcoming legislative session. […]
Article Source Home improvement stores like Home Depot and Lowe’s have become partners in Big Brother’s ever-expanding public surveillance program. Home Depot’s “You Can Do It. We Can Help” slogan should really say, “We Can Do It. […]
The California legislature recently imposed a three-year moratorium on facial recognition software being used by police body cameras. Investigative journalist Ben Swann weighs in.
Airports around the world will soon be rolling out facial recognition technology as a replacement for passports and state IDs. RT America’s Sayeh Tavangar joins In Question to give us the story.