The UK and Australia have announced a joint investigation into Clearview AI—to cheers of privacy advocates the world over.
The US is ramping up its pressure on Chinese firms, with plans to ban any government contractor from using equipment from five companies.
The EARN IT Act has passed the Senate Judiciary Committee after addressing concerns about weakening encryption.
Following a six month grace period, California has begun enforcing its new privacy regulation, effective July 1.
Senators Ed Markey and Jeff Merkley have introduced legislation that would ban federal law enforcement agencies from using facial recognition.
Comcast has become the first ISP to join Mozilla’s initiative and “provide Firefox users with private and secure encrypted Domain Name System (DNS) services through Mozilla’s Trusted Recursive Resolver (TRR) Program.”
Boston has joined the growing ranks of US cities that have banned the use of facial recognition by government officials.
Sony has announced it will pay significant bug bounties for PlayStation 4 bugs.
Another day, another attack on the encryption standards that protect every single person using the internet and computing devices.