privacy

An uptick in concern about digital privacy is sweeping the nation. Incidents such as injury law firm advertisements targeting emergency room patients based on location, smart home assistants recording conversations unbeknown to their owners, and Facebook’s Cambridge Analytica scandal have all contributed to concerns about digital privacy.

Ranju Das of Amazon recently unveiled a new facial recognition service called Rekognition at a developer conference in Seoul, South Korea. This service is being launched in part with the Orlando, Florida’s police department. This software is capable of live facial recognition and movement tracking using the municipality’s surveillance cameras located around the city. According to a statement from the Orlando Police Department, they are not using the technology in an investigative capacity and in accordance with current and applicable laws.

CSG Midwest
Bitcoin grabs the headlines, but blockchain — the distributed ledger technology underlying cryptocurrencies — is beginning to get some serious attention from Midwestern legislators for its potential to rewire state governments.

What happens to our emails when we die? If Yahoo has its way, the Supreme Court will soon tell us.

Yahoo, under the name of Oath Holdings, Inc., filed a petition for a writ of certiorari with the Supreme Court in January. This came on the heels of an October 2017 decision by the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court in Ajemian v. Yahoo!,...