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A wave of protests over law enforcement abuses has highlighted concerns over artificial intelligence programs like facial recognition which critics say may reinforce racial bias.
From bombings and protests to the opening of a new health centre, student journalist Baraa Razzouk has been documenting daily life in Idlib, Syria, for years, and posting the videos to his YouTube account.
Since Myanmar shut off the internet in two states a year ago, lawyer Oo Twan Hla, who was once able to check online when his cases were scheduled, said he must now travel through a war zone to read a signboard.
Hong Kong, already grappling with tightened policing to rein in widespread protests that followed last year's proposed extradition bill, is now bracing for the prospect of stricter digital controls.
Contact-tracing apps rolled out by Bahrain, Kuwait and Norway to track the spread of the coronavirus have endangered the privacy and security of hundreds of thousands of people by marking users’ locations in real time, human rights group Amnesty International said.
Thousands of Muscovites say they have been wrongfully fined by the Social Monitoring app.
A security flaw in Qatar’s controversial mandatory coronavirus contact tracing app exposed sensitive information of more than one million users, rights group Amnesty International warned on May 26.
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Surveillance-tech companies have flourished in recent years as law enforcement and spy agencies around the world have sought new methods for countering adversaries.
Moroccan police have started using a mobile application in recent days to track violators of the kingdom's lockdown in response to the coronavirus, according to the official MAP news agency.