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'Racist Fish' graffiti tagged on the Little Mermaid in Copenhagen. Photo credit to The Local

NoTechFor: Forced Assimilation

Following terror attack in Denmark of 2015, the state amped up its data analysis capabilities for counter-terrorism within the police and their Danish Security and…
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NoTechFor: Health Surveillance

The NHS is giving technology businesses access to unprecedented quantities of patient data for processing and analysis in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. One of…
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NoTechFor: Leidos

In deals worth millions, both the UK Home office’s biometric platform and the US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) are set to gain advantages thanks…
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NoTechFor: Anduril Industries

Recent reporting from The Washington Post confirms that the Trump administration has granted Anduril Industries a lucrative five-year contract with United States Customs and Border…
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NoTechFor: Thomson Reuters

Thomson Reuters is a name usually associated with news reporting, rather than with Immigrations and Customs Enforcement (ICE) operations. However, its Consolidated Lead Evaluation and…
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NoTechFor: Geofeedia

As one of the pioneers of social media search by location software, Geofeedia helped usher in a new age of law enforcement surveillance. The platform…
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NoTechFor: Media Sonar

Law enforcement’s use of social media surveillance is growing, and companies such as Media Sonar are at the forefront of this invasion of privacy.  Media…
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NoTechFor: OMNY

In 2019, 500 new officers were appointed to the MTA by New York Governor Andrew Cuomo to stop “attacks against transit workers and persistent fare…
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NoTechFor: Amazon

Amazon’s Ring Doorbell is a seemingly innocuous piece of smart household technology that allows homeowners to remotely monitor their doorsteps. The accompanying app, Neighbours by…
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NoTechFor: PredPol

PredPol’s algorithm uses historical crime datasets on location, time/date, and type of crime to produce 500 x 500 square foot areas called “hotspots,” where it…
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