The Budget presents a dilemma to the unions. Mboweni himself grappled with the conflicting demands, writes Mpumelelo Mkhabela.
In Beijing, China, artificial intelligence and other temperature-detection measures are being ratcheted up.
IT company Precise Security has compiled a list of the countries with the most surveillance cameras in the world.
Emerging technologies can recognise humans and track people's location by detecting their heartbeat, walking gait, and even skin cells left behind.
Credit Suisse Group AG’s top shareholder expressed alarm at the prospect of ousting top executives over the surveillance of former wealth management head Iqbal Khan.
Legal experts unpack the latest high court ruling which declared parts of RICA unconstitutional.
In a newly discovered FCC filing, it was revealed that the US government is testing surveillance balloons in the US this summer.
From privacy concerns to breaching trust, an expert scrutinises the ethics of surveillance technology from the parental perspective.
The ClassDojo app allows teachers to record and photograph student behaviour and display student standings to an entire class, and it is being used in 180 countries.
Exploiting a loophole in surveillance legislation, law enforcement agencies are spying on at least 70 000 phone numbers each year.
US intelligence whistleblower Edward Snowden believes that citizens need to push institutions for a right to encryption when communicating.
Zimbabwe was one of the early export markets for surveillance technology developed in Xinjiang.
A cybersecurity expert has identified a simple trick anyone can use to find out whether your Airbnb host is monitoring you from afar.
FinFisher and its spyware has been the subject of previous news articles, advocacy group reports and a WikiLeaks release of documents and files.
It's allowable under Rica but problematic under the Labour Relations Act, says Bradley Workman-Davies.
The City of Cape Town has trained a team six pilots and purchased several drones already. Now all they need is a green light.
The country’s main communication surveillance law is undermined by the fact that decisions to grant interception directions are taken by only one retired judge, working alone without the benefit of an adversarial process, says Jane Duncan.
There are more than 200 million surveillance cameras in China - four times the number in the US.
One suburb saw a 90% drop in crime since the addition of the cameras.
With allegations having emerged of alleged unregulated spying by certain SA intelligence agencies, is SA poised for its own generation of whistle-blowers?
Whistleblower Edward Snowden spoke during a live-stream event hosted by former Greenpeace director, Kumi Naidoo, at Constitutional Hill in Johannesburg.
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