Vermont is suing the tech company for collecting photos of Vermonters without their knowledge or consent.
A lawsuit claims that Google has been tracking kids through its tech solutions used in schools. However, the tech giant says this isn’t true.
An audit in California showed that police departments that scanned license plates held onto that data for over five years without regulatory policies, increasing the risk for mishandling people’s personal information.
While a new facial recognition app helps law enforcement track down criminals, it increases the worry that people’s privacy is at risk.
The American Civil Liberties Union points to cases where the U.S. government is using facial recognition technology to collect data about people without their knowledge.
IT managers and CIOs have no shortage of commercial surveillance cameras to choose from if that technology is next on their priority lists. Hundreds are released every year… just look at trade shows like ISC West for proof! But surely there’s great value in choosing the right commercial surveillance camera for your org. More than […]
Federal officials could be combing through our emails and online messages without due process, according to a newly declassified FISA court ruling. As reported by the Intercept, the FBI could have violated the rights of millions of Americans by inappropriately searching through the National Security Agency’s mass surveillance program data. The ruling was made in […]
Schools can apply now for Eagle Eye Networks Drako School Grant in order to earn the opportunity to beef up their security systems with the company’s cloud-based VMS.
Unmanned surveillance balloons will be drifting 65,000 miles in the stratosphere on his journey from South Dakota to Illinois.
The controversial technology may be able to be regulated at the public level, but can we keep private entities from infringing on privacy rights?