Motorola has made the M500 camera available for pre-order. It automatically captures footage from the backseat of police cars to ensure any incidents are caught on tape for a later review.
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Apple has provided more details about its child safety photo scanning technologies that have been drawing some fire from critics. It has also described the end-to-end flow of its review process.
Lyft launched the safety initiative in collaboration with ADT to assist riders and drivers in select cities earlier this year. The feature is now being made available across the United States.
Twitter has revealed what information hackers were able to access during the breach earlier this week. The firm has also clarified the actions it will take going forward to regain users' trust.
The National Crime Agency and international agencies have punched holes in UK criminal networks after an encrypted messenger app, EncroChat, was decrypted. Over 700 arrests have been made in the UK.
Apple has told iPhone thieves to return devices to the Apple stores they were taken from. The message appears on stolen devices. Apple also disabled the phones and is tracking them.
According to a new report, police are being instructed to not look at detained users' iPhones, so that the devices don't become locked with Face ID unavailable, and force the user to enter their PIN.
In an apparent first, agents from the FBI forced a 28 year-old suspected of receiving and possessing child pornography to unlock his iPhone by means of its Face ID biometric device unlocking system.
A 33-year-old man from California has been arrested due to intimidating e-mails sent to FCC chairman Ajit Pai which threatened his family's lives following the vote to repeal net neutrality rules.
In aid of law enforcement, hackers at Grayshift have reportedly developed a method for working around an upcoming iOS security feature which turns the Lightning port into a charge-only interface.
The VPN service, Private Internet Access, will no longer allow users to make VPN connections to South Korea after it found out that law enforcement was going to clone the company's data.
Having operated for around eighteen months, Leakbase, a subscription-supported index of leaked usernames and passwords, wound down over the weekend and began redirecting visitors to Have I Been Pwned.
Following the closure of AlphaBay earlier this month, the dark web market Hansa has also been taken offline. The closure was the result of a landmark international law enforcement investigation.
Tim Cook said in a recent interview that Apple has assisted UK law enforcement with its investigation into who was involved with the latest terrorist attack at London Bridge on Saturday.
Facebook has released data regarding government requests that it received during the second half of 2015. For the first time, the company has included case studies to give an idea about requests.
In an escalating battle with Brazilian authorities, a Facebook Latin American VP was arrested following WhatsApp's non-compliance with demands for user data as part of a criminal investigation.
While efforts failed to devise a voluntary anti-piracy code in Australia, Foxtel and Village Roadshow have now sought to compel ISPs to block access to The Pirate Bay, IsoHunt and other sites.
Following the doxing of CIA director John Brennan by a teenager belonging to a hacking group, the FBI has sent out an advisory to law enforcement officials warning them of a similar risk.
Intel has imposed self-censorship on its bloggers in response to new Russian laws, which requires journalists and bloggers to register with the government and restricts what they publish.
After a tip-off by the Google, the FBI has managed to locate and arrest a Colorado man with the screen-name "Vets Hunting Cops" for posting an online threat about killing police officers on YouTube.
Mississippi Attorney General has called for a timeout after Google filed a lawsuit against him and accused him of doing MPAA's dirty work.
The hackers behind the Sony hack have rickroll'd the FBI in a new message, as the evidence used by the US and the FBI to blame North Korea for the hack have been called into question.
Google said it is deeply concerned about MPAA's plans to force DNS providers and ISPs to filter out websites like The Pirate Bay using existing laws.
Amid the ongoing hacking scandal, Sony has caved in to the hackers' demands and pulled the controversial movie, "The Interview," from distribution just a week out from it's release.
In an attempt to stop piracy, MPAA is currently considering using DNS providers to filter out websites like The Pirate Bay, and would use existing laws to enforce it.
A Dutch privacy watchdog has threatened Google with a €15m ($18.6m) fine for not informing nor seeking users' permission on Google's efforts to combine their information to better target ads.
The Australia Government has given ISPs and US movie studios until April 2015 to agree on a new industry code which would address online piracy, or the Government will intervene with its own code.
Microsoft has announced that during the first half of 2013 it received 37,196 requests for information about its various customer accounts from law enforcement agencies.
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