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Major retailers using Facial Recognition Technology in stores

Three more major companies are being referred to the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner over their use of facial recognition technology in stores. Australia’s leading consumer advocacy group has raised serious concerns about major retailers using facial recognition technology to… Continue Reading →

Millions of Australian School Students tracked during Lockdown Remote Learning

TOTT NEWS An investigation has revealed over 4 million Australian children were exposed to surveillance and tracking from third-party apps during lockdown remote learning periods. The school students were put at risk of unprecedented tracking and surveillance during remote learning… Continue Reading →

Australia’s Surveillance State: How DNA will be incorporated: The Podcast.

By Ethan Nash. TOTT News. Authorities are beginning to merge unregulated forensic DNA identification techniques with criminal investigations, raising ethical and moral concerns about targeting of selected groups. The Australian Federal Police recently announced plans to use forensic “DNA phenotyping” to reveal… Continue Reading →

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