Agencies in Oregon and Florida have already rolled out Amazon's Rekognition, which boasts the ability to pick out 100 people in a single image.
Intel promises patches in the next few weeks. Devices could take a performance hit.
The suit represents 4.4 million iPhone users, who reportedly could get a payout of about $1,000 each.
The company that boasts it can find any phone in the US lands on the FCC's radar after a report its website exposed millions of Americans.
Mock profiles popped up showing the alleged shooter's name alongside an antifa cover photo and a profile picture of him wearing a "Hillary 2016" hat.
The demo feature required people to have consent from those they were tracking. It took 15 minutes for one researcher to get around that.
Google says security should be so normal you don't see it. But bad security should be in your face.
A proposed resolution would require the Homeland Security Department to hand over info on the Chinese phone maker.
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Project Shield offers protection from DDoS attacks that could undermine the democratic process.
Plus, net neutrality and Target's next-day deliveries.
It's relocating its core operations to ensure greater transparency about how it's handling customers' data.