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Protests, Democracy, Privacy, Surveillance, AI and facial recognition

Protests, Democracy, Privacy issues in the age of surveillance, AI and facial recognition software

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Article techcrunch.com

Facial recognition software is not ready for use by law enforcement - TechCrunch


Recent news of Amazon’s engagement with law enforcement to provide facial recognition surveillance (branded "Rekognition"), along with the almost unbelievable news of China’s us...

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Article wired.com

How to Protest Safely in the Age of Surveillance - Wired


Law enforcement has more tools than ever to track your movements and access your communications. Here's how to protect your privacy if you plan to protest.

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Article newyorker.com

Dressing for the Surveillance Age - The New Yorker


As cities become ever more packed with cameras that always see, public anonymity could disappear. Can stealth streetwear evade electronic eyes?

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Article cnet.com

Your face mask selfies could be training the next facial recognition tool - CNET


Researchers are crawling the internet for photos of people wearing face masks to improve facial recognition algorithms.

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Article thetechonomics.com

This T-Shirt Makes You Invisible to AI Facial Recognition - The Techonomics (2020)


A new reality that is becoming apparent in big cities is that everyone is constantly being monitored and surveyed. Facial recognition has exponentially increased in use as gover...

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Article buzzfeednews.com

The DEA Has Been Given Permission To Investigate People Protesting George Floyd’s Death - BuzzFeed News


The Justice Department gave the agency the temporary power “to enforce any federal crime committed as a result of the protests over the death of George Floyd.”

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Article techcrunch.com

These free tools blur protesters’ faces and remove photo metadata - TechCrunch


Developers built the tools to help protesters, who fear retaliation.

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Article wusa9.com

DC residents get visits from FBI as agents track cell phones that pinged near the Capitol - wusa9.com


One DC resident said she was visited by the FBI because her cell phone pinged off a cell tower near the Capitol on the day of the riots.

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Article theintercept.com

Police Surveilled George Floyd Protests With Help From Twitter-Affiliated Startup Dataminr - The Intercept


Artificial intelligence firm Dataminr is making questionable use of its Twitter firehose privileges — and not for the first time.

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