Digital Rights

Russia: facial recognition and databases of "regular protesters"

Source: Victor Gringas, Moscow Russia Kremlin closed during protests, CC BY-SA 3.0 Privacy or security? The great question. In a...

US court rules on BitTorrent

The Tampa District Court ruled regarding the BitTorrent network cases by the ...

"Faces of the Riot": They publish the faces behind the protests in the Capitol

The website that posted them is "Faces of the Riot." What was the background? It was all a consequence of ...

Trump and Biden Presidential Campaign Data Gathering, How Are We Going With Voter Manipulation?

Many organizers, volunteers and voters have downloaded the “Vote Joe” campaign app and “Official Trump 2020 App” (the ...

Surveillance of the human genome, what is the objective of the Chinese Government?

Chinese authorities have been collecting biometric data from tens of millions of Chinese citizens. Initially, DNA collection ...

Tech companies say they won't sell facial recognition software to police

Microsoft President Brad Smith said Thursday that the company will not sell facial recognition software to ...

New law on personal data protection in Switzerland

The revised information and Data Protection Act took effect on June 1. And give special attention ...

United Kingdom: Pandemic generates breaches of personal data protection

According to Verdict, many personal data protection officers ("OPD") point out that the layoffs made ...

France: data tracking hampered by Apple device configuration

According to Bloomberg, Apple's operating system does not allow tracking applications to ...

Could Siri tell us if we have coronaviruses?

Although its purpose is not medical assistance, its computing capacity, storage and sensor quality ...
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