Tagged With Surveillance

Amazon employees are reportedly gearing up to confront CEO Jeff Bezos at an all-staff meeting this week about selling facial recognition software to law enforcement

China has started ranking citizens with a creepy 'social credit' system -- here's what you can do wrong, and the embarrassing, demeaning ways they can punish you

How a Chinese region that accounts for just 1.5% of the population became one of the most intrusive police states in the world

China's 'Big Brother' surveillance technology isn't nearly as all-seeing as the government wants you to think

Here's how Australia's new $7 billion fleet of giant Triton drones will keep an eye on the South China Sea

China wants to track every driver by putting RFID chips on car windshields

A top tech investor says cameras watching your every move is inevitable in the US: 'It's not my fault what the future holds, so if it's scary I apologise'

Pakistani military allegedly hacked phones belonging to US, UK, and Australian officials and diplomats

A school in China is monitoring students with facial recognition technology that scans the classroom every 30 seconds

China is monitoring employees' brain waves and emotions -- and the technology boosted one company's profits by $417 million

China is watching its 1.4 billion citizens — here's how

The world’s most valuable AI start-up SenseTime eyes move into online censorship

Chinese cities wanting peace and quiet are using acoustic cameras to catch honking drivers

China wants to catch foreign spies with an English spy catcher site

A Chinese surveillance company may have just become the most valuable AI startup in the world

16 parts of China are now using Skynet, the facial recognition tech that can scan the country's entire population in a second

FBI director calls China out on one of the biggest threats to the US

This Chinese city is using facial-recognition to help police detect and arrest criminals in as little as 2 minutes

Authorities just released surveillance video showing what happened outside the Florida high school during the shooting

Beijing police are using facial-recognition glasses to identify car passengers and number plates