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The Risks and Rewards of Mobile Voting, Explained | WSJ

Being able to vote on our phones would make the process faster, easier and more accessible for most. But it also introduces new privacy and security concerns. Is mobile voting inevitable or inherently unsafe? Photo: Storyblocks More from the Wall Street Journal: Visit WSJ.com: Visit the WSJ Video Center: On …

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Test Driving the First Digital Driver's Licenses | WSJ

A handful of states are starting to pilot smartphone-based digital driver’s licenses. WSJ’s Joanna Stern headed to Dover, Delaware—and its many liquor stores—to test one of these mobile IDs, and get answers about the privacy and security of the new technology. Photo: Kenny Wassus for The Wall Street Journal #WSJ

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Police Unlock AI's Potential to Monitor, Surveil and Solve Crimes

Law enforcement agencies like the New Orleans Police Department are adopting artificial-intelligence based systems to analyze surveillance footage. WSJ’s Jason Bellini gets a demonstration of the tracking technology and hears why some think it’s a game changer, while for others it’s raising concerns around privacy and potential bias. Photo: Drew …

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