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It can crack your smartphone password in seconds, rip personal data from call and messaging apps, and peruse your contact book.
In Argentina's remote northern province of Jujuy, Chinese telecoms giant ZTE is installing a little slice of the Asian nation's vast surveillance state – security cameras that the local government says will help to curb street crime.
As congressional Democrats counter US President Donald Trump’s border wall plan with a high-tech solution, the idea of a “smart” security barrier is raising fresh questions over the potential for intrusive surveillance.
Surveillance-tech companies have flourished in recent years as law enforcement and spy agencies around the world have sought new methods for countering adversaries.
For China's Hikvision, the world's largest purveyor of video surveillance systems and a vendor to Xinjiang police agencies, a moment of reckoning may be at hand.
As facial recognition is increasingly used by authorities to nab lawbreakers from criminals to US Capitol rioters, experts warn it could harm many others.
Special sunglasses, license-plate dresses, face paint: More people are attempting to shield their identities from AI tech.
Chinese firms are omnipresent at a Paris homeland security trade show, capitalising on their vast experience in developing surveillance systems for Beijing to conquer the global market despite concerns the technology has been used to violate human rights.
Standards ratified in the United Nations’ ITU, which has 193 member states, are more often adopted as policies by developing nations.
Digital rights campaigners called on the EU on Sept 21 to tighten export controls on surveillance tools such as facial recognition systems to prevent European technology being used in countries where it could fuel human rights abuses.