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Ryan McNeill

SolarWinds hackers broke into U.S. cable firm and Arizona county, web records show

Dec 18 2020

LONDON Suspected Russian hackers accessed the systems of a U.S. internet provider and a county government in Arizona as part of a sprawling cyber-espionage campaign disclosed this week, according to an analysis of publicly-available web records.

Britain's COVID-19 Track and Trace failures, in numbers

Nov 24 2020

LONDON Few contacts of a person with COVID-19 in England are reached by the NHS Test and Trace service, Reuters found. Where a contact is reached and asked to isolate, the process is slow, taking an average of a week. This raises doubts about the impact of the £12 billion service.

Britain's COVID-19 Track and Trace failures, in numbers

Nov 24 2020

LONDON Few contacts of a person with COVID-19 in England are reached by the NHS Test and Trace service, Reuters found. Where a contact is reached and asked to isolate, the process is slow, taking an average of a week. This raises doubts about the impact of the £12 billion service.

Britain's COVID-19 Track and Trace failures, in numbers

Nov 24 2020

LONDON Few contacts of a person with COVID-19 in England are reached by the NHS Test and Trace service, Reuters found. Where a contact is reached and asked to isolate, the process is slow, taking an average of a week. This raises doubts about the impact of the £12 billion service.

Special Report: 50,000 COVID-19 deaths and rising. How Britain failed to stop the second wave

Nov 24 2020

By Andrew MacAskill, Stephen Grey, Ryan McNeill, Steve Stecklow, Tommy Wilkes and Andrew R.C. Marshall

Britain's COVID-19 Track and Trace failures, in numbers

Nov 24 2020

LONDON, Nov 24 Few contacts of a person with COVID-19 in England are reached by the NHS Test and Trace service, Reuters found. Where a contact is reached and asked to isolate, the process is slow, taking an average of a week. This raises doubts about the impact of the £12 billion service.

How Reuters analyzed Rite Aid's use of facial recognition technology

Jul 28 2020

Reuters analyzed Rite Aid stores in America's two biggest cities to determine which received facial recognition technology and which did not. The news agency gathered this data through one or more visits by Reuters journalists to all 75 Rite Aid locations in Manhattan and the central Los Angeles metro area from October 2019 through July 2020. This allowed reporters to observe whether facial recognition equipment was present and to interview employees on site about its use.

How Reuters analysed Rite Aid's use of facial recognition technology

Jul 28 2020

Reuters analysed Rite Aid stores in America's two biggest cities to determine which received facial recognition technology and which did not. The news agency gathered this data through one or more visits by Reuters journalists to all 75 Rite Aid locations in Manhattan and the central Los Angeles metro area from October 2019 through July 2020. This allowed reporters to observe whether facial recognition equipment was present and to interview employees on site about its use.

How Reuters analyzed Rite Aid's use of facial recognition technology

Jul 28 2020

Reuters analyzed Rite Aid stores in America's two biggest cities to determine which received facial recognition technology and which did not. The news agency gathered this data through one or more visits by Reuters journalists to all 75 Rite Aid locations in Manhattan and the central Los Angeles metro area from October 2019 through July 2020. This allowed reporters to observe whether facial recognition equipment was present and to interview employees on site about its use.

How Reuters analyzed Rite Aid's use of facial recognition technology

Jul 28 2020

July 28 Reuters analyzed Rite Aid stores in America's two biggest cities to determine which received facial recognition technology and which did not. The news agency gathered this data through one or more visits by Reuters journalists to all 75 Rite Aid locations in Manhattan and the central Los Angeles metro area from October 2019 through July 2020. This allowed reporters to observe whether facial recognition equipment was present and to interview employees on site about its use.

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