Spanish police called the suspect “one of the biggest predators of women’s privacy."
There's always something ― or someone ― listening.
The program is currently halted, reportedly due to technical difficulties.
Anyone can see what’s going on in Newark, New Jersey. Using the Citizen Virtual Patrol, the public has 24/7 access to the city’s growing network of surveillance cameras. Officials say it’s part of an effort to reduce crime and restore community trust in the police. Opponents say the system leaves room for civil rights abuse and privacy violations.
A proposed regulation would let states test some workers, but it's not clear how many would meet the criteria.
Many states restrict the federal government’s access to identification databases, but privacy protections depend on where you live.
Members of the city’s board of supervisors advanced an ordinance saying such technology “will exacerbate racial injustice.”
The company says the cameras are disabled and were installed on the in-flight screens as a standard feature by the manufacturer.
Security experts share how to find a hidden camera -- or protect yourself if you suspect one.
The agency described it as a "major privacy incident" that unnecessarily exposed hurricane and wildfire survivors' banking information to a contractor.
Police booked four people on Wednesday in connection with the "spy camera" scheme.
The company's alleged practices have already prompted lawmakers to act.
They're collecting your data. All of it.
You can’t teach your kid to value consent while simultaneously violating theirs.
Since 2010, the tech giant has reportedly granted over 150 companies deeper access to users’ personal data than it has admitted.
The Census Bureau has been unequivocal that individual responses are confidential. Advocates say confidentiality is at the foundation of the survey.
And what should you do if you find something?