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Some Californians Express Doubts About Facial Recognition Software
A piece of legislation proposed by California Assemblyman Phil Ting has generated a conversation among lawmakers and law enforcement about the positive and negative aspects of facial recognition technology. The ...
August 19, 2019
Face Recognition, Flying Cars Loom for New South Wales
Sydneysiders could soon pay for their travel via facial recognition technology and use drones or flying cars to ...
July 9, 2019
Huawei Smartphones to “Maintain Stability”
Reproduced from Bitter Winter: A magazine on religious liberty and human rights in china The new jingwutong (literally, police ...
June 6, 2019
San Francisco Votes to Ban City Use of Facial Recognition Technology
SAN FRANCISCO—San Francisco officials on Tuesday, May 14, voted 8 to 1 to ban the purchase and use ...
May 15, 2019
Chinese Authorities Require Surveillance Cameras to Be Installed Inside Rental Housing
In China, the Orwellian fear of a “big brother” state is becoming a reality, as citizens in rental ...
April 11, 2019
Chinese Thieves Exploit Facial Recognition Mobile Payment System to Steal
A Chinese man recently had his money stolen from his bank account after his roommates scanned his face ...
April 9, 2019
Theatergoers Across China Are Closely Monitored by Authorities Over One Thousand Miles Away
Theatergoers have become the target of surveillance across China. A netizen recently revealed that authorities can spot every ...
March 13, 2019
In Further Step to Monitor Tibet Region, Chinese Authorities Install Facial Recognition Cameras in Taxis
Having perfected facial recognition and AI-enhanced surveillance systems, the Chinese regime is now applying the technology to taxis ...
March 8, 2019
Chinese Regime Tracks Roughly 2.5 Million in Xinjiang Through Facial Recognition
The Chinese regime is tracking the movements of more than 2.5 million people in Xinjiang, a region where ...
February 18, 2019
Chinese Schools Track Students by Requiring Chip-Enhanced Uniforms
In China’s latest quest to build an all-seeing surveillance state, schools have become part of the state's monitoring ...
December 25, 2018
Huawei Supplying Major Chinese Cities and Regions with Mass Surveillance Tech
After Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou was arrested, the Chinese telecoms giant’s close relationship with the Chinese Communist regime ...
December 20, 2018
London Police Test Facial-Recognition Technology
LONDON—Facial-recognition technology similar to that used in authoritarian countries such as China had a two-day trial by police ...
December 17, 2018
Shanghai Airport Unveils Facial Recognition Tech, Raises Privacy Concerns
SHANGHAI— It's now possible to check in automatically at Shanghai's Hongqiao airport using facial recognition technology, part of ...
October 16, 2018
The Associated Press
Here’s Why Privacy Groups Gave Up on Facial Recognition Talks
Before companies can implement visual databases of shoplifters, they'll have to get approval from the federal government, which ...
June 16, 2015
Smile! NSA Collecting Millions of Images From Web (Video)
The New York Times reports the NSA can analyze some of these images closely enough to determine where ...
June 2, 2014
Hong Kong Reopens After Weekend of Clashes, Protests
New York Times Issues Major Correction to Story About Brett Kavanaugh
New York Moves to Ban Flavored E-Cigarettes Amid Health Concerns
Isabel van Brugen
Company That Makes Prescription Painkiller OxyContin Files for Bankruptcy Protection Amid Lawsuits
‘Laundromat’ Sheds Light on the Shadowy World of Tax Havens and Shell Companies
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Oil Prices Surge 15% After Attack on Saudi Facilities Hits Global Supply
Trump Authorizes Release of Oil From US Strategic Petroleum Reserve After Saudi Attacks