Amazon delivery driver shares all the violations a driver has to avoid while being monitored

‘If I want a sip of my coffee I have to pull over’: Amazon delivery driver says AI cameras monitor workers’ every move—and flag them for violations

‘Would never ever drive for a company that gave me a violation for taking a drink.’

On Feb 26, 2023 by Jack Alban

Man speaking in front of IT tech with hand out caption 'IT sees everything you do on your work computers' (l) man sitting on couch hand on laptop (c) man speaking in front of IT tech with thumb up (r)

‘It’s the type of software that allows us to hop into your computer at any given time’: IT worker shares PSA to workers who use work computer for other things

‘A lot of bad things can potentially happen.’

On Sep 27, 2022 by Rachel Kiley

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Drug suspect escapes GPS monitoring by putting the bracelet on a cat

Man has a new best friend.

On Apr 24, 2015 by Feliks Garcia

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How a major bank and the U.S. government joined forces to spy on Anonymous

According to new information, Bank of America solicited information about social activists from various federal agencies, including the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

On Jan 7, 2014 by Dell Cameron

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Swearing in uploaded videos could get your Xbox Live account suspended

Microsoft acknowleged it checks for bad language in videos shared through Xbox One’s Upload Studio.

On Nov 29, 2013 by Tim Sampson

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School district hires firm to monitor students’ online behavior

Cutting class? Better not tell Facebook.

On Aug 28, 2013 by Miles Klee

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Thailand begins monitoring of Facebook, YouTube and LINE

Thailand will monitor its citizens on popular social media platforms including Facebook, YouTube, and Japanese messaging app LINE.

On Aug 20, 2013 by Curt Hopkins

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Indian schools create fake Facebook profiles to spy on students

The school officials say the spying should prevent bullying and harassment.

On Sep 17, 2012 by Jordan Valinsky

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Most BitTorrent users being monitored by copyright agencies, study finds

A Birmingham University (U.K.) study found that 10 different agencies log the IP addresses of users who download the most popular torrents from sites like The Pirate Bay.

On Sep 4, 2012 by Curt Hopkins

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