‘Black Boxes’ Will Become Mandatory in New Cars Sold in the EU Starting This Summer

Speeding down the New Jersey Turnpike last month, I asked my husband if he thought states would start issuing speeding tickets by mail. ‘You were clocked at 85-mph in a 65-mph zone. Here is your ticket.’  Remembering he’d received a ticket in the mail for running a red light in New York City more than …

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How Modern Surveillance Technology Could Target Patriots

Iris scans were only one example of the biometric data collected during the Iraq war.

So what did our country do in the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan? Yes, they used biometric data—fingerprints, iris scans, gait, smell, DNA, speech patterns, how you interact with the land, what your daily patterns predict about your future behavior, and more—to tag and track bad guys.