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Shenzhen joins a number of mainland cities using face scans at subway entrances.
India is planning to set up one of the world’s largest facial recognition systems.
People’s Daily says Facebook gave ‘rioters special privileges to disseminate fake news’, while Global Times calls for it to be put on unreliable entity listIt comes after social media giant suspended one outlet’s page and the city’s police reporting hotlines on messaging service WhatsApp
It's a scene many Muscovites have grown used to seeing this summer as a new wave of anti-government demonstrations gripped the Russian capital: Two masked, heavily clad riot policemen drag away a shrieking teenager as the protesters around them try to free her.
A British court ruled on Sept 4 that a police force's use of automated facial recognition technology is lawful, dealing a blow to an activist concerned about its implications for privacy.
Google on Aug 22 said it disabled a series of YouTube channels that appeared to be part of a coordinated influence campaign against pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong.
Millions of pieces of personal data, including fingerprints, may have been leaked from a cloud-based service that stores biometric data for companies and organisations worldwide, security researchers said.
European law enforcement agencies set to lose the ability to tap criminals' mobile devices with the launch of 5G technology must be brought into discussions earlier when communications networks are modernised, the new head of Europol told Reuters.
A Singaporean risk management executive has pleaded guilty to one charge of intentionally abetting murder, after he confessed to going on the Dark Web to hire a hitman to kill his former mistress’s new boyfriend.
Leaked video exposes how patient data in Hong Kong public hospitals can be accessed by any user without needing a password
Public hospitals in city already under fire over concerns leaks led police to arrest those injured while protesting against a contentious extradition bill. Software developer says A&E program carries huge risk and was built with an ‘intentional back door’ that allows anyone to access data while leaving no trace.