The visceral pushback to Sen. Rob Portman's reporting requirements isn't about avoiding taxes – it's about protecting digital liberties.
The existence of hate organizations should not give grounds for increased financial surveillance.
The nonprofit said FinCEN's proposed rule "represents a radical extension of ... financial surveillance of innocent Americans."
Russian police officials may be tracking attendees at pro-Navalny protests using facial recognition tools, detainees claim.
FinCEN Deputy Director Michael Mosier encouraged commenters to provide practical, technical feedback on the rule.
Moving into 2021, smart devices may be the most important battleground for data ownership and personal privacy.
Solidus Labs believes its new surveillance tool can help regulators maintain confidence in crypto markets, potentially leading to the approval of a bitcoin ETF.
Recapping the biggest stories of the week, including Joe Biden’s China plan, a market holding pattern and, of course, the strange competitive saga of SUSHI.
Huawei’s cloud services arm is helping the Beijing government set up a blockchain platform that would better track and manage people’s data.
Moscow authorities plan to sell and broadcast over the internet video from surveillance cameras, according to a report.
"Disinformation is a routine consequence of surveillance capitalism," says "Surveillance Capitalism" author Shoshana Zuboff in a wide-ranging interview.
The Russian government released an app to track citizens during the coronavirus pandemic. Privacy advocates are leaving bad reviews in the app stores.
EU researchers are concerned after their proposal for a decentralized contact tracing system was rejected without explanation.
Crises provide opportunities for surveillance architecture to move forward, say privacy advocates. This time is no different.
Tracking mobile-phone data may save lives during the pandemic, but will it become a permanent feature of the surveillance state?