Kian Vesteinesson On Surveillance Of Everyday Citizens
An expert breaks down surveillance trends, and their effects on everyday citizens.
Is the US on a slippery slope toward surveillance of its citizens without oversight? Newsy interviews Kian Vesteinesson, a research analyst for Technology and Democracy with Freedom House to discuss the use of surveillance on everyday citizens around the world.
Palm-scanning payment technology raises privacy concerns
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Private schools review safety protocols in wake of Nashville shooting
Suggested security protocols for schools include surveillance, double locks and active shooter training.
Potential TikTok ban could limit small businesses' reach
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