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India’s Inflexor Ventures hits $81m in final close of second fund

The fund will invest in around 25 startups in the next three to four years. Source link

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Ban biometric surveillance in public to safeguard rights, urge EU bodies – TechCrunch

There have been further calls from EU institutions to outlaw biometric surveillance in public. In a joint opinion published today,…

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UK’s ICO warns over ‘big data’ surveillance threat of live facial recognition in public – TechCrunch

The UK’s chief data protection regulator has warned over reckless and inappropriate use of live facial recognition (LFR) in public…

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US lawmakers want to restrict police use of ‘Stingray’ cell tower simulators – TechCrunch

Igor Bonifacic Contributor Igor Bonifacic is a contributing writer at Engadget. According to BuzzFeed News, Democratic Senator Ron Wyden and Representative…

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Mass surveillance must have meaningful safeguards, says ECHR – TechCrunch

The highest chamber of the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has delivered a blow to anti-surveillance campaigners in Europe…