31 Blog Posts From the Facial Recognition Tag


Are Delivery Drones One of the Greatest Threats to Privacy Americans have Ever Seen?

Are Delivery Drones One of the Greatest Threats to Privacy Americans have Ever Seen?

Pretty soon, our skies everywhere could very well be filled with drones from all the major delivery and online companies: USPS, UPS, FedEx, Alphabet (Google), Amazon, and Walmart. Package air delivery may happen so quickly we will not know what hit us. Many of us may even like the convenience of getting medicine delivered in […]

A Bait and Switch on the Use of Smart Streetlights in San Diego

A Bait and Switch on the Use of Smart Streetlights in San Diego

Street furniture, such as the lowly streetlight, has recently seen an upgrade to a higher status. No longer just an illumination device, streetlights have now been drafted to gather street data and even police surveillance. Since 2018, San Diego police have used streetlight footage nearly 400 times to help in criminal investigations such as sexual […]

Record Every Movement and then Sell the Data—What?

Record Every Movement and then Sell the Data—What?

By Shelia Dunn, NMA Communications Director and Joe Cadillic, MassPrivatel Blog Did you know that more than 325 million vehicles surveil drivers every day? One hundred million data transactions surge to the cloud every month. Automakers have used technology such as microphones, virtual assistants, and gaze-monitoring cameras to check out what you are doing and […]

Open Letter to the Boston City Council: Privacy Concerns about Boston’s Facial Recognition Ban

Open Letter to the Boston City Council: Privacy Concerns about Boston’s Facial Recognition Ban

By Joe Cadillic, writer/editor of the MassPrivatel Blog and Shelia Dunn, NMA Communications Director The first part of today’s NMA Street Surveillance Watch Blog first appeared on Joe’s MassPrivatel Blog on July 14, 12020. Open letter to the Boston City Council: Privacy Concerns about Boston’s Facial Recognition Ban. I commend the Boston City Council for […]

Has the Aerial Surveillance of America now become a Thing?

Has the Aerial Surveillance of America now become a Thing?

By Shelia Dunn, NMA Communications Director and Joe Cadillic, MassPrivatel Blog Even before the recent protests against police brutality, local police and other governmental agencies were using airplanes to surveil streets. In the summer of 2016, the city of Baltimore secretly used airplanes to surveil its citizens. Let me restate that, the city actually didn’t […]

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