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Bunnings defends use of facial recognition software in stores as Australian investigation continues

It has been branded creepy and invasive, with numerous major retailers vowing to stay away, but Bunnings and Kmart have defended their use of facial recognition technology. The hardware chain insists its use of facial recognition has been mischaracterised, saying it was only introduced to… Read More »Bunnings defends use of facial recognition software in stores as Australian investigation continues

US, UK leaders raise fresh alarms about Chinese espionage | Lifestyles & Technology

By ERIC TUCKER Associated Press LONDON (AP) — The head of the FBI and the leader of Britain’s domestic intelligence agency raised alarms Wednesday about the Chinese government, warning business leaders that Beijing is determined to steal their technology for competitive gain. FBI Director Christopher… Read More »US, UK leaders raise fresh alarms about Chinese espionage | Lifestyles & Technology