Texas attorney general sues Google: 'I will continue to fight Big Tech'
Texas AG Ken Paxton has once again taken on tech giant Google in court under grounds of unlawful biometric data gathering without 'informed consent.'
IRS will allow taxpayers to skip facial recognition after privacy backlash
The Internal Revenue Service said Monday that it will allow taxpayers to opt-out of using facial recognition software to verify their identity and access their online accounts as the agency tries to quell widespread backlash.
Treasury reconsiders IRS' use of facial recognition company ID.me
The Treasury Department is reassessing the Internal Revenue Service’s use of third-party facial recognition software ID.me for access to taxpayer accounts amid growing concerns about the company's privacy practices.