02/07/2018 / By Frances Bloomfield

Lyft employees have been abusing their access to customers’ private data. Thanks to their high access clearances, they’ve been able

http://www.privacywatch.news/2018-02-07-lyfting-your-private-data-ride-companys-employees-brag-about-spying-on-users-execs.html

02/06/2018 / By David Williams

Many cities of the future will undoubtedly incorporate surveillance in one way or another. One need only look at modern

http://www.privacywatch.news/2018-02-06-orwellian-smart-city-toronto-googles-high-tech-neighborhood-will-monitor-everything.html

02/02/2018 / By Frances Bloomfield

Phone cameras have come a long way. From capturing grainy photos to producing images nearly on par with DSLR cameras,

http://www.privacywatch.news/2018-02-02-future-phone-cameras-will-use-lasers-to-see-through-walls-bodies-fog-and-more.html

02/02/2018 / By Isabelle Z.

Could going out for a jog put national security at risk? If you’re in the military and you use a

http://www.privacywatch.news/2018-02-02-fitness-trackers-exercise-tracking-map-accidentally-reveals-u-s-military-secret-bases-across-the-globe.html

01/29/2018 / By David Williams

A new research paper, which studies the effectiveness of artificial intelligence (AI) in determining the likelihood of a convicted felon

http://www.privacywatch.news/2018-01-29-minority-report-ai-courts-predict-criminal-repeat-offenders-guessing.html

01/23/2018 / By Frances Bloomfield

If you’re one of the tens of millions of drivers whose car is connected to the Internet, beware: Your car

http://www.privacywatch.news/2018-01-23-your-car-is-a-double-agent-internet-connectivity-track-your-location.html

01/21/2018 / By Isabelle Z.

Just when you thought connected devices couldn’t get any more intrusive, Amazon steps in and takes things up a notch

http://www.privacywatch.news/2018-01-21-amazon-wants-to-put-cameras-and-microphones-in-every-bedroom-in-america.html

01/19/2018 / By Mike Adams

While the entire legacy media is running a complete news blackout on this exploding scandal — now shaping up to

http://www.privacywatch.news/2018-01-19-releasethememo-goes-viral-as-america-demands-to-see-bombshell-details-of-the-secret-fisa-warrant.html

01/19/2018 / By Russel Davis

A Facebook patent filed in 2015 was found to go such great lengths as scrutinizing minute details contained in an image in order

http://www.privacywatch.news/2018-01-19-facebook-is-stalking-you-creepy-new-patent.html

01/16/2018 / By Ethan Huff

If it exists online and it’s “free,” chances are whoever owns it is collecting data points on how you use

http://www.privacywatch.news/2018-01-16-confirmed-twitter-collects-all-your-dick-picks-and-private-photos.html

01/15/2018 / By Zoey Sky

Do we really need an app that makes it easier for complete strangers to identify us and access our social

http://www.privacywatch.news/2018-01-15-augmented-reality-software-has-real-privacy-implications-face-scan-social-media.html

01/14/2018 / By Jayson Veley

Our society has reached a point where it is now more difficult to think of things that are truly private

http://www.privacywatch.news/2018-01-14-surveillance-new-device-scans-you-from-a-distance-with-a-wifi-blast.html

01/11/2018 / By Isabelle Z.

One big fear for many new parents is sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS), a mysterious illness that causes babies less

http://www.privacywatch.news/2018-01-11-parents-now-urged-to-connect-their-babies-to-smart-phones.html

01/09/2018 / By Russel Davis

Apple received backlash from Chinese users for its iPhone X’s Face ID feature, many of whom complain that the technology cannot

http://www.privacywatch.news/2018-01-09-apples-iphone-x-racist-facial-recognition-chinese-faces.html

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