Nov 162019
 November 16, 2019  Posted by  Business, Misc, Surveillance

Emily Bruemmer of Davis Wright Tremaine writes: Boarding a flight. Buying a coffee. Accessing a financial account. The number of actions or transactions that individuals can accomplish through the use of facial recognition, thumbprints, voiceprints, or other biometric information is varied and increasing. Google Pay recently announced that it will authenticate [Read More…]

Nov 022019
 November 2, 2019  Posted by  Govt, Misc

Scott Wong and Mike Lillis  report: As the evidence mounts of a quid pro quo in President Trump’s dealings with Ukraine, the president’s allies in Congress are increasingly hopeful they’ll find exoneration in a singular figure: the government whistleblower they’re fighting to expose. The clash over the whistleblower’s identity — [Read More…]