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Controversy grows over Huawei privacy protections and state connections

The Central Intelligence Agency has informed intelligence services for allied “Five Eyes” nations (Canada, the UK, Australia, and New Zealand)…

 

Proposed Washington State facial recognition and data privacy law stalls in House

A proposed data privacy bill supported by Microsoft has Washington State’s failed to reach a vote in the lower house…

 

Illinois biometric privacy lawsuits against employers continue as proposed amendment stalls

Numerous biometric data privacy infringement cases continue to wind their ways through U.S. state courts, and are unlikely to stop…

 

Sensory launches platform for speech recognition at network edge to protect customer privacy

Sensory has announced the first full-feature release of its embedded large vocabulary speech recognition platform, TrulyNatural, to help companies create…

 

D-ID honored for its facial recognition-blocking technology

Tel Aviv-based startup D-ID is a 2019 Netexplo award winner for its artificial intelligence technology that protects facial images from…

 

San Francisco police rally opposition to proposed law mostly banning public facial biometrics

A committee of San Francisco’s board of supervisors heard a proposal to ban facial recognition technology from the city this…

 

Round Table of African Data Protection Authorities to launch at ID4Africa

ID4Africa will launch the Round Table of African Data Protection Authorities (RADPA) as a side meeting at the movement’s annual…

 

Privacy researcher ordered to return 20 accidentally shared pages on NYPD facial biometric system

Researchers at Georgetown University’s Center on Privacy and Technology must return 20 pages of confidential information about its biometric facial…

 

Advocacy groups slam closed-door negotiations with big tech on Washington State privacy bill

The American Civil Liberties Union has come out swinging against the influence of big tech as Washington State lawmakers amended…

 

Jamaica’s Constitutional Court strikes down national biometric system

The Constitutional Court of Jamaica has struck down the country’s mandatory biometric National Identification and Registration Act and the National…

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