Content tagged with "PRIVACY"

Did You Know? The Pioneer of Electronic Surveillance Warned Against Its Misuse

2 May 2017
Harold Lipset, famous for showing off a bugged martini olive, was a proponent of privacy

United States, Germany Take the Lead in Requiring Black Boxes for Self-Driving Vehicles

11 April 2017
The devices will determine which manufacturer was at fault in an accident

Can Software Determine If Someone Is Racist or Violent?

2 February 2016
A new employee background-check program scans social media for red flags

The Real Reason Why ‘Yelp for People’ Won’t Succeed

9 October 2015
The new Peeple app has caused an uproar and it hasn’t even launched

Beyond Illumination: Some LED Lamps May Be Tracking You

20 August 2015
Several companies are buying lighting systems with motion sensors that can transmit data about people’s activities

Should You Track Your Kids?

6 October 2014
New device lets parents keep a watchful eye and ear at all times

Privacy for the People: A Google Hangout

7 August 2014
IEEE hosts an online event with experts on privacy innovation

Do You Have a Right to be Forgotten on the Internet?

5 June 2014
Europe’s top court rules Google should remove links to outdated information

The Value of Privacy

7 March 2014
Safeguarding your information in the age of the Internet of Everything

The First Phone Designed With Privacy in Mind

26 February 2014
The Blackphone makes its debut this week