Jul 2, 2020

Los Angeles should abandon Rider Surveillance Program

There are certain days in life when you need an angel. It could be to get you Read More

Jul 1, 2020

La vigilancia de transeúntes podría perjudicar a empresas latinas

Los estadounidenses hemos sobrellevado pérdidas y dolor inmensos en los Read More

Jun 19, 2020

IRS Used Cellphone Location Data to Try to Find Suspects

WASHINGTON—The Internal Revenue Service attempted to identify and track Read More

Jun 19, 2020

Surveillance programs could jeopardize protestors’ pursuit of justice

The cascade of protests against racism and police brutality in response to the killings of Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, and George Floyd sent a shockwave through the consciousness of America. The grief, love, and solidarity on display seems to be on a larger scale than ever before. Read More

Jun 9, 2020

Los Angeles Has Turned Scooters Into Data-Mining Machines, According To A New Lawsuit

This week, the EFF announced it’d be partnering with the Read More

Jun 8, 2020

EFF, ACLU File Lawsuit to Stop Los Angeles From Collecting Real-Time Tracking Data on Citizens’ Rental Scooters

Los Angeles—The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) today joined the ACLU Read More

Jun 8, 2020

ACLU wants LA to put the brakes on scooter tracking program

The American Civil Liberties Union is suing Los Angeles over a program that tracks dockless electric scooters and bikes in real time, potentially allowing the government — or anyone with access to the data — to trace a rider’s entire trip. Read More

Jun 4, 2020

San Francisco Pension Data Breach May Have Exposed Bank Info

(TNS) — The San Francisco Employees’ Retirement System, the city Read More

Jun 4, 2020

Privacy fears threaten New York City’s coronavirus tracing efforts

NEW YORK — Hundreds of thousands of New Yorkers will be asked to disclose Read More

Jun 4, 2020

Surveillance Concerns Emerge in Midst of Nationwide Protests

(TNS) — Police officers have watched from skirmish lines as protesters and Read More