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Kansas City InfoZine
EFF to SCOTUS, Cell Phone Location Records Are Private Americans have the right to expect that digital records of their daily travel
EFF to SCOTUS, Cell Phone Location Records Are Private
Kansas City InfoZine / Posted 2 days ago
Americans have the right to expect that digital records of their daily travels—when they left home, where they went, and how long they stayed—is private information, the Electronic Frontier... Read more
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Pasadena Star-News
Lawsuit over license plate scanners heading to California Supreme CourtTwo advocacy groups suing the Los Angeles Police Department and the Los Angeles
Lawsuit over license plate scanners heading to California Supreme Court
Pasadena Star-News / Posted 12 days ago
Two advocacy groups suing the Los Angeles Police Department and the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department for access to data from automated license plate readers have won a chance to argue before the California Supreme Court. The American Civil... Read more
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Yahoo News
High-tech policing: Do cities need Big Brother to lower crime? Lt. Zsakhiem James shows how software on his laptop connects him with fellow
High-tech policing: Do cities need Big Brother to lower crime?
Yahoo News / Posted 14 days ago
Lt. Zsakhiem James shows how software on his laptop connects him with fellow officers. (Gordon Donovan/Yahoo N … Before heading out on his morning patrol, Lt. Zsakhiem James makes sure... Read more
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Washington Post
Maryland high court rules police can use volunteered DNA in other casesThis image by the U.S. National Cancer Institute shows the 46 human chromosomes
Maryland high court rules police can use volunteered DNA in other cases
Washington Post / Posted 17 days ago
This image by the U.S. National Cancer Institute shows the 46 human chromosomes, where DNA resides. (National Cancer Institute/AP) Maryland’s high court has thrust the state into a national debate over how police collect and use DNA evidence,... Read more
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WA Today
What selfie sticks really tells us about ourselvesAnna Stahl from Germany and Jennifer Himryd from Sweden use a selfie stick on t
What selfie sticks really tells us about ourselves
WA Today / Posted 23 days ago
Anna Stahl from Germany and Jennifer Himryd from Sweden use a selfie stick on the steps of The Sydney Opera House. Photo: Dallas Kilponen Cremated remains, xylophones and lawn chairs are not allowed in the Magic Kingdom, and now selfie sticks aren't... Read more
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Canberra Times
What selfie sticks really tells us about ourselvesAnna Stahl from Germany and Jennifer Himryd from Sweden use a selfie stick on t
What selfie sticks really tells us about ourselves
Canberra Times / Posted 23 days ago
Anna Stahl from Germany and Jennifer Himryd from Sweden use a selfie stick on the steps of The Sydney Opera House. Photo: Dallas Kilponen Cremated remains, xylophones and lawn chairs are not allowed in the Magic Kingdom, and now selfie sticks aren't... Read more
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Brisbane Times
What selfie sticks really tells us about ourselvesAnna Stahl from Germany and Jennifer Himryd from Sweden use a selfie stick on t
What selfie sticks really tells us about ourselves
Brisbane Times / Posted 23 days ago
Anna Stahl from Germany and Jennifer Himryd from Sweden use a selfie stick on the steps of The Sydney Opera House. Photo: Dallas Kilponen Cremated remains, xylophones and lawn chairs are not allowed in the Magic Kingdom, and now selfie sticks aren't... Read more
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The Age
What selfie sticks really tells us about ourselvesAnna Stahl from Germany and Jennifer Himryd from Sweden use a selfie stick on t
What selfie sticks really tells us about ourselves
The Age / Posted 23 days ago
Anna Stahl from Germany and Jennifer Himryd from Sweden use a selfie stick on the steps of The Sydney Opera House. Photo: Dallas Kilponen Cremated remains, xylophones and lawn chairs are not allowed in the Magic Kingdom, and now selfie sticks aren't... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
What selfie sticks really tells us about ourselvesAnna Stahl from Germany and Jennifer Himryd from Sweden use a selfie stick on t
What selfie sticks really tells us about ourselves
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 23 days ago
Anna Stahl from Germany and Jennifer Himryd from Sweden use a selfie stick on the steps of The Sydney Opera House. Photo: Dallas Kilponen Cremated remains, xylophones and lawn chairs are not allowed in the Magic Kingdom, and now selfie sticks aren't... Read more
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Digital Spy
Everything we know about The Walking Dead season 6Here's everything we know so far about season six - no wild rumours or speculat
Everything we know about The Walking Dead season 6
Digital Spy / Posted 25 days ago
Here's everything we know so far about season six - no wild rumours or speculation, just the facts, ma'am. The premiere - written by showrunner Scott Gimple with Matthew Negrete - will run a record 90-minutes and has been directed by Greg Nicotero,... Read more
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Denver Post
Use of facial-recognition tool on Facebook draws privacy concernsWhen you are identified in a picture on Facebook, biometric software remembers
Use of facial-recognition tool on Facebook draws privacy concerns
Denver Post / Posted 1 months ago
When you are identified in a picture on Facebook, biometric software remembers your face so it can be "tagged" in other photographs. Facebook says this enhances the user experience. But privacy advocates say the company's technology — which... Read more
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The Fremont Argus
Facebook's use of facial-recognition tool draws privacy ireWhen you are identified in a picture on Facebook, biometric software remembers
Facebook's use of facial-recognition tool draws privacy ire
The Fremont Argus / Posted 1 months ago
When you are identified in a picture on Facebook, biometric software remembers your face so it can be "tagged" in other photographs. Facebook says this enhances the user experience. But privacy advocates say the company's technology -- which was... Read more
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Silicon Valley
Facebook's use of facial-recognition tool draws privacy ireWhen you are identified in a picture on Facebook, biometric software remembers
Facebook's use of facial-recognition tool draws privacy ire
Silicon Valley / Posted 1 months ago
When you are identified in a picture on Facebook, biometric software remembers your face so it can be "tagged" in other photographs. Facebook says this enhances the user experience. But privacy advocates say the company's technology -- which was... Read more
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Independent
Facial recognition software: who will watch the watchers?Facebook says this enhances the user experience. But privacy advocates say the
Facial recognition software: who will watch the watchers?
Independent / Posted 1 months ago
Facebook says this enhances the user experience. But privacy advocates say the technology – which regulators in Europe and Canada in particular are concerned about – should be used only with explicit permission. As commercial use of facial... Read more
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