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D-ID, the Israeli company that digitally de-identifies faces in videos and still images, raises $13.5 million

May 27, 2020 0

If only Facebook had been using the kind of technology that TechCrunch Startup Battlefield alumnus D-ID was pitching, it could have avoided exposing all of

The FBI is mad because it keeps getting into locked iPhones without Apple’s help

May 23, 2020 0

Riana Pfefferkorn Contributor The debate over encryption continues to drag on without end. In recent months, the discourse has largely swung away from encrypted smartphones

COVID-19 could have its own PATRIOT Act, but we need privacy guarantees

April 16, 2020 0

Heather Federman Contributor Heather Federman is a privacy lawyer and VP of Privacy and Policy at BigID, a New York-based company that uses AI to

What are the rules wrapping privacy during COVID-19?

March 20, 2020 0

In a public health emergency that relies on people keeping an anti-social distance from each other to avoid spreading a highly contagious virus for which

Clearview said its facial recognition app was only for law enforcement as it courted private companies

February 28, 2020 0

After claiming that it would only sell its controversial facial recognition software to law enforcement agencies, a new report suggests that Clearview AI is less

UCLA backtracks on plan for campus facial recognition tech

February 20, 2020 0

After expressing interest in processing campus security camera footage with facial recognition software, UCLA is backing down. In a letter to Evan Greer of Fight

ACLU says it’ll fight DHS efforts to use app locations for deportations

February 8, 2020 0

The American Civil Liberties Union plans to fight newly revealed practices by the Department of Homeland Security which used commercially available cell phone location data

EU lawmakers are eyeing risk-based rules for AI, per leaked white paper

January 18, 2020 0

The European Commission is considering a temporary ban on the use of facial recognition technology, according to a draft proposal for regulating artificial intelligence obtained

DHS wants to expand airport face recognition scans to include US citizens

December 3, 2019 0

Homeland Security wants to expand facial recognition checks for travelers arriving to and departing from the U.S. to also include citizens, which had previously been

Chinese tech firms are shaping UN facial recognition standards, documents show

December 3, 2019 0

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