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Amazon.com's Ring gave police data without user consent 11 times in 2022
Business · Seattle

Amazon.com's Ring gave police data without user consent 11 times in 2022

60% Center coverage: 69 sources
Amazon's smart-doorbell company, Ring, has provided surveillance footage to law enforcement without a warrant or the consent of doorbell-owners. The disclosure highlights the degree of Amazon's control over data generated by the doorbells' cameras and microphones. Sen. Ed Markey said he is concerned that biometric surveillance could become central to the growing web of surveillance systems that Amazon and other tech companies are responsible for.See the Story
Facebook to allow up to five profiles tied to one account
Business · Menlo Park

Facebook to allow up to five profiles tied to one account

68% Center coverage: 28 sources
Facebook is testing an option for users to create multiple profiles from a single account. The feature is aimed at helping users "tailor their experience based on interests and relationships," Facebook said. The test comes as Facebook parent company Meta experiences slowing profit growth and steep competition from rivals like TikTok.See the Story
Baidu bags China's first fully driverless robotaxi licenses
Business · Wuhan

Baidu bags China's first fully driverless robotaxi licenses

44% Center coverage: 16 sources
Baidu Inc said on Monday it has obtained permits to operate fully driverless robotaxi services on open roads from two Chinese cities. The permits, awarded by the southwestern municipality of Chongqing and the central city of Wuhan, allow commercial robotaxis to offer rides to the public. Baidu said they marked a "turning point" in China's policy-making towards autonomous driving.See the Story

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