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"The World’s Real ‘Cybercrime’ Problem," by Andrew Couts and Dhruv Mehrotra, WIRED, March 15, 2023
"Warren, Sanders Want to Ban Racist Facial Recognition Tools From Government Use," By Sharon Zhang, Truthout, March 08, 2023
"FBI, Pentagon helped research facial recognition for street cameras, drones," by Drew Harwell, Washington Post, March 07, 2023
"The cameras know who you are. Now they want to use AI to find your friends too," by Noah Bierman, Los Angeles Times, March 03, 2023
"Face Recognition Software Led to His Arrest. It Was Dead Wrong," by Khari Johnson, WIRED, February 28, 2023
"As crime-solving goes hi-tech, public defenders scramble to keep up," by Johana Bhuiyan, The Guardian, February 24, 2023
"Youngkin opposes effort to shield menstrual data from law enforcement," by Laura Vozzella and Gregory S. Schneider, Washington Post, February 14, 2023
"Big Tech can help women in a post-Roe world. Will it?," by Aziz Huq and Rebecca Wexler, The Washington Post, June 01, 2022
"Privacy Fears, Abuse Allegations Jeopardize Foreign Surveillance Tool," by Dustin Volz, Wall Street Journal, February 10, 2023
"Police Surveillance Firms Are Just Data-brokers By Another Name," by Edward Vogel, The Appeal, February 01, 2023
"Virginia State Police is using software to track cellphone location data," by Ben Paviour, VPM News, January 12, 2023
"Colorado lawyers argue legality of Google ‘keyword warrants’," by Evan Kruegel, KDVR/KWGN Denver, January 12, 2023
"Google Keyword-Search Warrants Questioned by Colorado Lawyers," by Julia Love, Bloomberg Law, January 12, 2023
"Innocent Black Man Jailed After Facial Recognition Got It Wrong, His Lawyer Says," by Thomas Germain, Gizmodo, January 03, 2023
"Op-Ed: Another threat to abortion privacy? Health websites tracking and sharing your data," by Ari Friedman and Matthew McCoy, Los Angeles Times, December 29, 2022