Amazon Web Services has shut down the accounts of Israeli surveillance firm NSO Group, following explosive revelations of its software being used to target activist and journalists.
France has decided Google and Microsoft’s cloud technology can be used for sensitive data — with caveats.
A proposed piece of legislation would tackle surveillance and the warrantless purchase of individual location data.
A groups of hackers has gained access to roughly 150,000 Verkada security cameras, exposing a slew of customer live feeds.
Amazon has announced a one-year moratorium on police use of its facial recognition software, Rekognition.
Clearview AI has promised it will end all contracts with private companies in the face of public backlash and lawsuits.
It was bound to happen. With mass surveillance being one of the most effective tools in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic, the FBI may be taking the first steps.