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Surveillance

Surveillance is the monitoring of the behavior, activities, or other changing information, usually of people for the purpose of influencing, managing, directing, or protecting. It is sometimes done in a surreptitious manner and it most usually refers to observation of individuals or groups by government organizations. Find surveillance solutions here.

Representatives of New South Wales pubs and clubs say they want further deployments of facial recognition technologies to tackle problem…

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Corsight face biometrics integrated with safe city solutions by Affluence subsidiary

Corsight AI has been chosen by OneMind Technologies, a subsidiary of Affluence Corporation, to provide face biometrics for safe and…

 

Hikvision security camera deployments come under scrutiny in New Zealand

The use of Hikvision security cameras is being reviewed by some organizations in New Zealand, following the UK recently rolling…

 

Judge to Amazon’s Ring: Not so fast. Your patent application needs a look-see

It is too early to strike the allegations in court that Ring doorbells record anyone in visual or hearing range…

 

Oosto brings facial recognition to Australian Turf Club’s CCTV system

Israel-based Oosto has revealed details about a deployment of its facial recognition software to enhance security and identify VIPs at…

 

San Diego finds a compromise on biometric surveillance, but skeptics remain

An accommodation between the right to privacy and the government’s duty to protect has been reached on the use of…

 

‘Digital asbestos’: UK government departments are rolling back on contracts with Hikvision

Campaigners are increasing the pressure for the UK government to take action on Chinese state-affiliated surveillance equipment suppliers such as…

 

Researcher cautions African govts against biometric surveillance without proper legislation

African governments must press on with efforts to put in place robust data protection regulations if they continue to deploy…

 

Award for biometrics under tortuous conditions goes to West Virginia researcher

The U.S. government has awarded a $1.1 million contract to develop biometric facial biometrics systems capable of being accurate over…

 

China, Russia, India: facial recognition surveillance projects far from the capitals

Unmanned police surveillance vehicles patrol a city in Xinjiang, a Russian city in the Arctic Circle deploys a powerful facial…

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