Surveillance is about power. Vigilant gives the NYPD power to monitor our whereabouts. By demanding answers to critical questions about NYPD's use of surveillance tools, New Yorkers can begin to take back the power imbalance created by the new era of mass digital surveillance.
Memories are for cavemen.
Would I be willing to sell my online social media activity? What about my location? What about my financial information? These questions led to further questions.
Imagine being able to walk into a room and your phone will, "Tell you about how you are connected to those people around you and how they [are] relevant to you."
Euclid has an opt-out option for shoppers who would rather not be tracked as they wander the aisles of participating retailers
Location-based technologies are allowing businesses to create meaningful engagement with consumers. Used properly, there are some revolutionary ways to deepen the relationship that will benefit both groups without compromising privacy.
Did you know that every time you use your cell phone to check email, send a text or make a call, your cell phone relays your location to the cell phone company? And that the company keeps your data for months?
It's just the beginning, guys. Every breath you take. Every move you make. Every bond you break, every step you take, Apple will be watching you. Unless you find the well-hidden option, that is.
UPDATE: This post has been updated with an additional statement from Ally Financial, clarifying that technically Ally does
By Dan Levine The lawsuit comes after concerns surfaced earlier this year that Apple's iPhones collected location data and