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ACLU sues FBI, DOJ over facial-recognition technology, criticizing ‘unprecedented’ surveillance and secrecy - The Washington Post
US Court Shields Internet Subscribers From Futile Piracy Complaints - TorrentFreak
The FTC fosters fake reviews, its own commissioners say | Ars Technica
Booker introduces bill banning facial recognition tech in public housing | TheHill
Alexa, is he guilty of murder? Amazon device may have heard slaying, cops say - South Florida Sun-Sentinel
Comcast Touts Privacy Policy While Reportedly Fighting Google's Encryption Plans 10/28/2019
Air Force X-37B spaceplane returns to Earth after 780-day mission - CBS News
Sidewalk Labs document reveals company’s early vision for data collection, tax powers, criminal justice - The Globe and Mail
Netflix Expands Into a World Full of Censors - The New York Times
Spain and GitHub Are Blocking an App That Helped Protesters Organize - VICE
Text editor releases ‘Free Uyghur’ edition, gets swamped with Chinese spam - The Verge
US Interior Department to ground its drones over Chinese spying risk - CNET
FCC Targets China’s Huawei and ZTE - WSJ
China to Funnel $29 Billion Towards its Chip Ambitions - Bloomberg
Adobe gets U.S. license to operate in Venezuela despite sanctions - Reuters
Australia wants to use face recognition for porn age verification | Ars Technica
Russia's controversial sovereign internet law goes into force
Exclusive: Government officials around the globe targeted for hacking through WhatsApp - sources - Reuters
Facebook deletes the accounts of NSO Group workers | Ars Technica
Zuckerberg doubles down on Facebook political ads policy after Twitter ban | TheHill
Facebook agrees to pay Cambridge Analytica fine to UK - BBC News
Facebook alters video to make people invisible to facial recognition | VentureBeat
Facebook sues domain name registrar over cybersquatting addresses | Engadget
Exclusive: U.S. opens national security investigation into TikTok - sources - Reuters
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey Says Company Will Stop Accepting Political Ads
Man Sues Twitter For $1 Billion Claiming His Account's Suspension Violated His Right To Worship President Trump As A Demigod | Techdirt
Why a top content moderation company quit the business instead of fixing its problems - The Verge
Black Salve Is A Dangerous Fake Cancer Cure, But Facebook Groups It To Flourish
Facebook, Instagram to censor ‘horny’ eggplant and peach emojis