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BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Facial recognition should be banned in Europe because of its "deep and non-democratic intrusion" into people's private lives, EU privacy watchdog the European Data Protection Supervisor (EDPS) said on Friday.
Targets of online exploitation and harassment say they sometimes face indifference from platforms that operate under protection of a decades-old US law that limits liability for content their users post online.
The past few decades have seen a number of horrific crimes against women in Malaysia. Groups are pressing for crucial laws and SOP on public safety, saying that we should not have to wait for tragedy to occur.
A plan to monitor women’s expressions with facial recognition technology to prevent street harassment in a north Indian city, will lead to intrusive policing and privacy violations, digital rights experts warned on Jan 22.
The North Sumatra Police’s criminal investigation unit has formed and dispatched a special team tasked with finding three children from the province’s Langkat regency who have been missing for weeks since they were last seen playing in an oil palm plantation last month.
A surge in child trafficking misinformation pushed by QAnon conspiracy theorists is stirring public panic, generating violence and interfering with official efforts to protect minors, experts warn.
The baseless conspiracy theory took off after an anonymous user posed a bizarre question in an Internet chatroom: What if retail giant Wayfair is using pricey storage cabinets to traffic children?
XI’AN: A Chinese man reunited with his family after being abducted as a toddler in Shaanxi province 32 years ago, police said.
Family’s long quest to find their boy ends with tearful reunion that brings to close one of the country’s most notorious missing child cases. Mao Yin went missing in the northwestern city of Xian in 1988 but his parents never gave up their quest to find him.