May 102022
 May 10, 2022  Posted by  Business, Laws, Surveillance

A smattering of news aggregated by Joe Cadillic this past week:

7-Eleven stores sued for using Clickit facial recognition to ID customers:

Compass and 365 Retail Vending Machines settle $6.8M biometric collection lawsuit:

LexisNexis Acquires Behavioral Biometric Company BehavioSec:

Video doorbells can record conversations from 25 feet away:
“Whether you’re standing on your stoop and arguing with your housemate about whose turn it is to take out the trash or passing by a neighbor’s house discussing your personal life, your conversation may get picked up by either your own doorbell or someone else’s. And if you do own a video doorbell, you may be inadvertently recording audio from unsuspecting neighbors as well.”

DHS Biometric Rally 2021 results:

Congress Must Hold Hearings Before Debating Reauthorization of Section 702 Surveillance Law:

SEC Nearly Doubles Size of Enforcement’s Crypto Assets and Cyber Unit:

The Supreme Court Must Not Undermine the Constitutional Right to Privacy:

Crosshairs on Roe v. Wade could usher demise of other rights:

If Abortion Is Illegal, Will Every Miscarriage Be a Crime?

Data Brokers Selling Location Data Of Women Who Visit Abortion Clinics:
Data Broker SafeGraph Stops Selling Location Data of People Who Visit Planned Parenthood:

Find these and much more on Joe Cadillic’s  MassPrivateI

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