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Privacy

Read: Photo Storage App Built Facial Recognition Tool With User’s Photos

Photo Storage App Built Facial Recognition Tool With User’s Photos

Photo storage app Ever is facing backlash after it was revealed that it is using billions of photos uploaded by its users to train its facial recognition system.

Read: Detroit Residents Split on Expanding Surveillance Program to Traffic Lights

Detroit Residents Split on Expanding Surveillance Program to Traffic Lights

Detroiters have privacy concerns about a new program that would put surveillance cameras on traffic lights at 11 intersections in the city.

Read: NYC Launches Initiatives to Track Drivers & Passengers Traveling Through the City

NYC Launches Initiatives to Track Drivers & Passengers Traveling Through the City

The city will use license plate readers and recognition software to track who enters and leaves the city.

Read: ACLU of Conn. Wants State Regulation of Police Drones

ACLU of Conn. Wants State Regulation of Police Drones

Plainfield Police say they are drafting department regulations on the use of drones.

Read: Increase in Security Cameras Has New Haven Searching for Policy to Ensure Privacy

Increase in Security Cameras Has New Haven Searching for Policy to Ensure Privacy

New Haven has roughly 4,000 security cameras at its disposal between those in neighborhoods and in schools.

Read: Is It Rude to Keep a Home Security Camera on When Guests Are Over?

Is It Rude to Keep a Home Security Camera on When Guests Are Over?

Lizzie Post, president of one of the country’s top manners advising companies, explains the delicate nature of having a security camera filming while friends and family are at your house.

Read: Surveillance Cameras in Public Bathrooms Has Minneapolis Library Under Fire

Surveillance Cameras in Public Bathrooms Has Minneapolis Library Under Fire

The cameras were installed to confront drug dealing and other illegal acts occurring in the bathrooms.

Read: Security Camera Filming Neighbor’s Swing-set Prompts Privacy Debate in N.Y.

Security Camera Filming Neighbor’s Swing-set Prompts Privacy Debate in N.Y.

One New York family is outraged that their neighbor’s security camera is pointing at their young daughter’s swing-set.

Read: Audio Surveillance on NJ Transit Continues Debate Over Privacy and Security

Audio Surveillance on NJ Transit Continues Debate Over Privacy and Security

The audio recordings capture conversations on light rail trains on the NJ Transit which, in addition to video surveillance, help fight crime.

Read: Privacy Advocates Take Aim at Fargo Bus Surveillance and Audio Recordings

Privacy Advocates Take Aim at Fargo Bus Surveillance and Audio Recordings

The surveillance is used to assist in investigations and solve disputes, but critics say it violates passengers’ rights to privacy.

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