Daily Archives: November 10, 2017

NPR: Texas Gunman’s Locked Cellphone Renews Debate Over Encryption

NPR: Texas Gunman’s Locked Cellphone Renews Debate Over Encryption by Samantha Raphelson: The FBI is blaming the tech industry’s encryption standard on its inability to unlock the cellphone of the Texas shooter. But some experts say if the FBI acted … Continue reading

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The Atlantic: Are Face Scans Resurrecting the False Science of Physiognomy?

The Atlantic: Are Face Scans Resurrecting the False Science of Physiognomy? by Jesse Emspak: Many researchers fear the consequences of training computers to identify a person’s sexual orientation and criminality based solely on physical appearance.

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The Cap Times: Wisconsin Assembly approves bill to limit release of police body camera footage

The Cap Times: Wisconsin Assembly approves bill to limit release of police body camera footage by Jessie Opoien: Public access to police body camera footage would be limited under a bill approved Thursday by the Wisconsin Assembly. The legislation is … Continue reading

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EFF: House Judiciary Committee Forced Into Difficult Compromise On Surveillance Reform

EFF: House Judiciary Committee Forced Into Difficult Compromise On Surveillance Reform by David Ruiz

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