Published: Nov 03, 2021
Facebook said Tuesday it will end its use of facial recognition software and delete facial data on more than a billion people, a sudden reversal for one of the Internets biggest face-scanning systems that could reinvigorate scrutiny about the softwares expanding prevalence around the world.
Published: Oct 12, 2021
Over the summer, Frances Haugen called a friend to talk through the implications of her decision to reach out to a journalist and provide confidential documents she had gathered from inside Facebook.
Published: Feb 28, 2020
Data is the lifeblood of any business looking to thrive and excel today. All organisations, from the bakery down the street to the banks at the centre of the city’s financial district, are somewhere on the journey to unlocking the value of that data. Collectively, there is a massive amount of data constantly being used, stored, and processed.
Published: Nov 22, 2019
It was a Monday afternoon in May when police say a man wielding a silver and black handgun ordered customers inside the Call Federal Credit Union in Midlothian, Virginia, to their knees and demanded the bank's manager open the safe. The robber fled with $195,000, witnesses said, and was long gone by the time authorities arrived.