DoJ pushes Google and Apple to ID 10,000 users of a gun scope app

[ad_1] The app in question is Obsidian 4, which controls rifle scopes by American Technologies Network (ATN) Corp. It has more than 10,000 downloads on Google Play, and it's unknown how many times it's been ....

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Form’s Swim Goggles display heart rate data in the pool

[ad_1] Swimmers will be able to view their heart rate in their line of sight, thanks to the Swim Goggles' augmented reality capabilities and the tiny, see-through display inside one of the lenses. The Polar ....

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Facebook’s Libra Association opens Bug Bounty program to everyone

[ad_1] The Libra Association, backed by 28 companies including MasterCad, Visa, PayPal, eBay, Uber, Lyft, Farfetch and, of course, Facebook/Calibra, says it has built its Bug Bounty program as a "major effort to strengthen the ....

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The EU may give citizens more control of their facial recognition data

[ad_1] The EU's general data protection regulation (GDPR) already prohibits the collection of sensitive "biometric" data that can be used to uniquely identify people, Financial Times explains. But the changes being discussed in Brussels would ....

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Waymo shares some of its self-driving car data to help researchers

[ad_1] The Waymo team explained this as an opportunity to improve the industry as a whole. It hoped he data would improve not just other self-driving vehicles, but also general concepts like perception, behavior prediction ....

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