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The Royal Navy’s robotic sub will be a test bench under the sea
The uncrewed submarine is nearly 30 feet long and weighs almost 10 tons.
Drone surveillance can help hold governments accountable—but it can also oppress us
Recent actions against protesters and activists shows there are two sides to the powerful technology.
Police can surveil protests from participants’ pockets and homes
Technology is never neutral.
Five ways to protect your privacy during a protest
Being safe doesn’t mean being silent.
Chinese cops are using facial-recognition sunglasses. Here’s how that tech works.
There's at least one big problem in the field.
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Here are the tech stories you missed while preparing for your Stranger Things binge.
Does The Law Protect Users From Social Media Surveillance?
Legal experts weigh in on a company collecting and selling user data to police
The Military Wants A Way To Track Drones Flying Over Cities
Who watches the drones? Other drones
Subtle Airplane Put Baltimore Under Surveillance
A cessna, not a drone, brought the panopticon to Charm City