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What Facebook's Russian Data Leak Shows About Government Surveillance And Facial Recognition

Opinions expressed by Forbes Contributors are their own. AI & Big Data I write about the broad intersection of data and society. Facebook is an anomaly among its Silicon Valley peers in that its busin... read more

The Cybersecurity 202: The U.S. needs a law that requires companies to disclose data breaches quickly, cybersecurity experts say

“The report shows around 60 requests for data were received ... pages and apps linked to Russian firms that build facial recognition software for the Russian government,” the New York Times's Jack Nic... read more

Facial Recognition Shows Promise as Next Step in Corporate Security

In many companies the implementation of facial recognition ... technology is sold to government and law enforcement agencies. This technology could be used to bolster corporate and data center securit... read more

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Leaked chats show alleged Russian spy seeking hacking tools

The leak of an alleged Russian hacker's conversations with a security researcher shows ... as well as data supplied by the cybersecurity firm Secureworks and Twitter's "Find My Friends" feature. A tip... read more

Facebook, Walmart to Help Write Rules On Facial Recognition Technology

Facebook ... can combine facial data with applications that track a person's location or online browsing habits, Chester said. This "commercial surveillance" is vulnerable to being searched or obtaine... read more

Facial recognition: Where is it being used, and how does the technology work?

The Government will soon have access ... In terms of city-wide surveillance, Moscow already has a network of more than 150,000 CCTV cameras. It now runs a powerful facial recognition system, but the p... read more

Live updates from Mark Zuckerberg's Congressional testimony: Day 2

In a hearing entitled "Facebook: Transparency and Use of Consumer Data," Zuckerberg will speak with members ... Costello (R-PA) zones in on facial recognition, both for Facebook users and non-Facebook ... read more

Why breaking up Facebook will never work

The idea of the government undoing Facebook ... or three of those sites won’t have so much of our data going to one place. And foreign adversaries such as Russia and Iran—both busted Tuesday by Facebo... read more

Lawmakers: Fear Silicon Valley and data brokers, not NSA

The uproar over the NSA’s surveillance programs led President ... said of private company data bases. “And there are all sorts of new techniques to bring about more, like facial recognition. You're sh... read more

Is America’s national security Facebook and Google’s problem?

Outrage that Facebook made the private data of over 87 million of its ... Alibaba is prototyping a new form of ubiquitous surveillance that deploys millions of cameras equipped with facial recognition ... read more

Moscow deploys facial recognition for city’s cameras

Moscow is adding facial-recognition technology to its network of 170,000 surveillance cameras ... 70,000 cameras operated by the government across the nation. Moscow’s facial-recognition technology wa... read more

If surveillance cameras are to be kept in line, the rules will have to keep pace with technology

It has been said that Britain has more surveillance cameras than any other country in the world. This proliferation of CCTV cameras led the government to establish ... important given developments in ... read more

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