Posts in Technology & Data
Aggression Detectors: Sacrificing Public Privacy Expectations for Public Safety?

Tech companies and leaders in audio monitoring systems have created aggression detector surveillance technology systems as an alternative to typical video monitoring, to monitor auditory interactions between people and perceive when a conversation is escalating to potential violence, triggering an alert.

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An Evolution of Google Artificial Intelligence: Virtual Assistant Privacy Concerns

In gathering consumer data and “learning” from consumers, without consumer ability to completely shut them off, virtual assistant privacy concerns are valid. Retailers like Amazon, Google, and Microsoft argue that the virtual assistant data collection practices, which often allow for no deletion, or even require any sort of disclosure in some cases, are integral to improving the consumer’s experience.

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IoT Laws: Will the Internet of Things be the Next Digital Nightmare for America?

US lawmakers seek to pass IoT laws to protect federal agencies from the dangers of smart devices. However, the Cybersecurity Improvement Act of 2017 only addresses devices sold to federal agencies, currently.

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AncestryDNA Policies Include Legal Waivers for Genetic Relatives

Ancestry's terms of service attempted to include legal waivers for consumers' genetic relatives. Blog authored by Klemchuk LLP, a technology and data law firm.

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