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The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) is suing the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) over its failure to cough up details about its use of facial recognition at airports. Along with the New York Civil Liberties Union, the powerful civil rights group filed the suit in New York on Thursday. Besides the DHS, the suit...
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by Alice Violet This week we discuss the latest in the Clearview AI debacle, get more tales from the ransomware swamp and discover how often our smart speakers are listening to us. Host Anna Brading is joined by Sophos experts Paul Ducklin and Peter Mackenzie, and me! LISTEN NOW Click-and-drag on the soundwaves below to...
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A controversial facial recognition company has just informed its customers of a data breach in which its entire client list was stolen. Clearview AI leapt to fame in January when a New York Times report claimed that the start-up had scraped up to three billion images from social media sites to add to its database....
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The head of London’s Metropolitan Police has fiercely defended her force’s use of live facial recognition (LFR) technology, arguing that privacy rights have changed in an age of social media and that some critics are “highly ill-informed.” Speaking at think tank the Royal United Services Institute (RUSI), Met Police commissioner, Cressida Dick, argued that it was right...
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Moscow is harnessing the power of facial recognition technology to try to stop the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19). The city’s mayor said on Friday that the tech was being used in Russia’s capital in an effort to dissuade people placed under quarantine from leaving their home or hotel. In a bid to protect its population of...
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The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) dubbed 2019 the year that proved that ubiquitous facial recognition surveillance isn’t inevitable. The latest (tentative) win for legislative restrictions on the increasingly pervasive technology: the state of Washington. On Wednesday, the state senate passed a bill – Senate Bill 6280 – that would prohibit state and local government...
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Great Britain’s three nations are not in agreement over the use of facial recognition technology by police forces. The technology, which can be legally used by police in Wales, was officially introduced by England’s Metropolitan Police Service in East London yesterday, amid a peaceful protest by Big Brother Watch.  Use of the technology by English police...
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New York facial recognition startup Clearview AI – which has amassed a huge database of more than three billion images scraped from employment sites, news sites, educational sites, and social networks including Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, Instagram and Venmo – is being sued in a potential class action lawsuit that claims the company gobbled up photos...
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In an effort to keep users safe – and when it comes to Tinder or other dating apps, that means keeping them from being raped, murdered or even, in one horrific case, dismembered – Tinder is incorporating a panic button into the app, as well as Artificial Intelligence (AI)-enabled photo recognition to help stop catfishing....
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London’s Metropolitan Police Service has announced that it will start using live facial recognition (LFR) technology to scan public areas for suspected criminals.  After trialing the technology for two years, the Met has said that it will have cameras up and running within a month. The cameras will be linked to a database containing images...
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During a House hearing on Wednesday, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez said that the spread of surveillance via ubiquitous facial recognition is like something out of the tech dystopia TV show “Black Mirror.” This is some real-life “Black Mirror” stuff that we’re seeing here. Call this episode “Surveil Them While They’re Obliviously Playing With Puppy Dog Filters.”...
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South Wales Police has announced that it will be deploying facial recognition technology at the upcoming Premier League football match between Cardiff City FC and Swansea City FC at Cardiff City Stadium this Sunday, 12 January. In a statement, South Wales Police said: “We will be deploying our facial recognition technology at key areas ahead...
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