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Amazon of 2 minds with law enforcement deals – fleeing locally, selling federally

This week brought news that Amazon, on the one hand, appears to be selling AI services to the FBI, and…

 

Facial recognition for smart doorbells developed to protect abuse victims

Jim Ramsey, a former police officer in Shrewsbury, NJ, has developed a facial recognition monitoring system called Overwatch that works…

 

What manuals don’t say about life with a facial recognition video doorbell

Some consumer electronics makers try to get ahead of surprises by writing in a manual about some possible non-satisfying features…

 

Ring keeps pushing the boundaries for facial recognition in US policing

Watching the New York Police Department’s expansion into facial recognition technology and practices is like witnessing someone who is not…

 

Facial recognition in surveillance keeps growing, but so do doubts

Several deployments of new face biometrics for surveillance reportedly have failed to deliver on crime-fighting promises. The first is the…

 

Has Amazon got a reality show for you! And you’re the camera operator.

What if all the talk in the United States about one’s right to biometric privacy is limited to advocates, academics,…

 

Judge to Amazon’s Ring: Not so fast. Your patent application needs a look-see

It is too early to strike the allegations in court that Ring doorbells record anyone in visual or hearing range…

 

Amazon defends Ring data sharing practices to US Senator, leaves voice biometrics door open

Amazon has shared video footage from Ring door devices with police 11 times this year through an emergency-request process that…

 

Amazon Ring still bothers senator and BIPA sparks another suit against the company

Nascar has left turns and sunburns. British royals have questionable hats and another palace somewhere. Japan has stuffed subways and…

 

Subsidized Ring doorbell cameras could give police public surveillance network

Police departments all around the U.S. are offering people free or discounted Ring doorbells, in some cases funded by taxpayers,…

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