Jun 232021
 June 23, 2021  Posted by  Business, Surveillance, U.S., Youth & Schools

Jason Kelley writes: Over the past year, the use of online proctoring apps has skyrocketed. But while companies have seen upwards of a 500% increase in their usage, legitimate concerns about their invasiveness, potential bias, and efficacy are also on the rise. These concerns even led to a U.S. Senate inquiry letter requesting detailed information from three of [Read More…]

Jun 232021
 June 23, 2021  Posted by  Court, Surveillance, U.S.

From TheNewspaper.com: Wisconsin Supreme Court tells police they need to get a warrant before taking blood from unconscious drivers. Police in Wisconsin may no longer draw blood from unconscious motorists following a state Supreme Court ruling last week. The justices declared unconstitutional a provision of state law stating unresponsive motorists [Read More…]

Jun 222021
 June 22, 2021  Posted by  Business, Laws, Surveillance, U.S.

Joseph J. Lazzarotti, Jason C. Gavejian, Jody Kahn Mason, Jason Selvey, and Maya Atrakchi of Jackson Lewis write: The Baltimore City Council recently passed an ordinance, in a vote of 13-2, barring the use of facial recognition technology by city residents, businesses, and most of the city government (excluding the [Read More…]