Dublin's new children's hospital faces privacy concerns with 800+ CCTV cameras.
he European Court of Human Rights recently ruled that Russia’s use of facial recognition against protesters was a violation of their privacy and freedom of expression rights.
As the number of security cameras installed across the Netherlands continues to surge, concerns about their impact on public privacy are intensifying.
Live facial recognition is a controversial form of mass surveillance, and human rights advocates are vehement in their criticism of its use by police forces.
Tesla has taken steps to boost the privacy of its in-car security cameras, following an inquiry from the Dutch Data Protection Authority