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Googles gives law enforcement data on who makes specific searches
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Googles gives law enforcement data on who makes specific searches

Via cnet New court documents show that law enforcement have been using reverse “keyword warrants” which asks Google for details…
New project shows scope of police surveillance
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New project shows scope of police surveillance

by EFF The Electronic Frontier Foundation with the help of several volunteers, students, and using public and private datasets, has…
Law enforcement is buying leaked data
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Law enforcement is buying leaked data

Via Motherboard | Vice Reported have discovered that law enforcement agencies are buying leaked breach data from a vendor named…
NYPD must disclose surveillance tools
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NYPD must disclose surveillance tools

Via CNET New York City recently passed the Public Oversight of Surveillance Technology, or POST, Act. The Act, passed with…
IBM Stops Offering Facial Recognition, Citing Civil Rights
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IBM Stops Offering Facial Recognition, Citing Civil Rights

Via The Verge In what seems to be a reaction to the current protests against racism and police brutality (among…
Signal releases photo blur tool for protestors
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Signal releases photo blur tool for protestors

Via Signal Signal, the encrypted messaging app, has released new tools to aid protestors around the world who are at…
Police can crack iPhone passwords with newly discovered software
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Police can crack iPhone passwords with newly discovered software

Via NBC News Two whistleblowers have recently shed light on the software and efforts made available to police that would…
Microsoft to end investments in third-party facial recognition
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Microsoft to end investments in third-party facial recognition

Via The Verge Following a controversy surrounding a small facial recognition company Microsoft had an investment in, Microsoft has announced…
Utah is giving an AI company access to their public data
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Utah is giving an AI company access to their public data

Via Motherboard Banjo, a company that claims to alert law enforcement of crimes as they happen, in real time, has…
Law enforcement tracks location data without a warrant
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Law enforcement tracks location data without a warrant

Via Protocol In most cases we hear, law enforcement departments can only request location data from companies (Google, Uber, etc)…
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