The Metropolitan Police Service said Friday it will use the cameras to automatically scan faces of people passing through small, targeted areas where intelligence suggests serious offenders will be found.
By Kelvin Chan, Associated Press
With few protections on the privacy of student data beyond a decades-old federal law, states have been scrambling to regulate how student data is collected and stored.
By Sarah Breitenbach, Stateline
Uber disclosed Friday that a data breach may have affected up to 50,000 of its drivers across several states.
By Rebecca Lee
Edward Snowden, a 29-year-old NSA contractor, came forward as the whistleblower who revealed the existence of secret government surveillance programs that collect data on millions of phone calls and online communications. Judy Woodruff reports on Snowden's defense of his decision,…
Media coverage surrounding Sen. David Vitter, R-La., has raised questions about how private matters involving public figures become news. A media critic assesses the coverage of the latest Washington sex scandal.
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