Employees at Verkada accessed the company's facial recognition system to take photos of women colleagues and make sexually explicit jokes.
Jason KoeblerEmployees at hyped surveillance company Verkada were caught surveilling coworkers using their facial recognition cameras. Used the tech to sexually harass them. Employees were not fired. Company valued at $1.6 billion
The CBP is buying location data harvested from ordinary apps installed on peoples’ phones.
Trump's DHS is tracking the location of American citizens nowhere near the border, using data pulled from ordinary smartphone apps and with no warrant. It refuses to tell Congress the legal authority under which it's doing this
Footage and documents obtained by VICE News depict Louisville police officers apparently violating department policies and cast doubt on the integrity of the crime scene and the investigation.
Jason Koeblerso: Louisville PD lied and said there was no body camera footage of Breonna Taylor murder. We obtained footage from seven different body cameras. It shows major violations of police policy
Traveler’s faces, license plates, and care information were hacked from a subcontractor called Perceptics and released on the dark web.
Jason KoeblerDHS lied for one year about losing facial recognition images it collected at the border in a hack; now finally admits that yes they did lose highly sensitive info and it was put on the darkweb
Multiple sources inside Spotify described an all-hands meeting in which Spotify CEO Daniel Ek discussed the company’s handling of the controversial podcaster.
Jason KoeblerIn an internal all-hands, Spotify CEO says the company has had at least 10 meetings about the content of Joe Rogan's podcasts with concerned employees. Company is still leaving blatantly transphobic episodes up
Agencies involved in the police killing of the Portland shooter have actively fought against body and dash cameras.
Jason KoeblerI filed FOIAs for body and dash cam / audio footage with every agency involved in the police killing of the Portland shooter. They all say they have nothing, or rejected my request. Four agencies involved, no cameras, at least so they say
What I learned by reading thousands of internal emails about the Chinese mystery seeds.
Jason KoeblerI filed FOIAs about the Chinese Mystery Seeds with state departments of agriculture in all 50 states. I received thousands of emails, spreadsheets, complaint forms, presentations, voicemails. The takeaway is that MANY Americans planted the seeds
The company is surveilling dozens of private Facebook groups in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Spain, according to an internal web tool and reports left on the open internet.
Jason Koebleryesterday an Amazon job listing for a private investigator to spy on union organizers was "an error." Then we found that Amazon already has a secret, sophisticated program and team dedicated to spying on its workers Facebook posts