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- Western Digital Launches New Drives for Surveillance Cameras
Western Digital (WDC) expanded its surveillance portfolio by introducing new Purple drive in 10 GB and 12 GB variants.
Zacks. Wednesday, 20 Jun 2018.
- Thieves steal $100G of Apple products through Best Buy roof
Store security is setup to stop people gaining entry through the doors and windows, with surveillance cameras monitoring the floor area in case anyone does manage to break in.
Fox News. Wednesday, 20 Jun 2018.
- Western Digital unveils 12TB 'Purple' hard drives for AI-powered video surveillance
This drive is built for heavy workloads and support up to twice as many AI channels as the competition.
ZDNet. Tuesday, 19 Jun 2018.
- ACLU wants Amazon to stop offering surveillance technology - CNET
Its message is loud and clear.
CNET. Monday, 18 Jun 2018.
- Miami man, 37, 'beats and strangles woman to death over sex payment'
Miami police say surveillance video shows a man stopping his car and dumping a woman's body on a sidewalk, then returning an hour later to look at it.
Daily Mail. Monday, 18 Jun 2018.
- WATCH: Surveillance video catches pharmacy employee allegedly stealing drugs
The pharmacy in Volusia County, Florida, reported hundreds of missing oxycodone and amphetamine pills, according to ABC News affiliate WFTV.
ABC News. Monday, 18 Jun 2018.
- U-2's 'Michelin Men' Pilots Go High, Stay Low Key
At Beale AFB near Sacramento, U-2s are still part of the U.S. government's world surveillance operations. Our intrepid reporter visits Beale and meets up with the rare-bird pilots who fly the U-2 above 70,000 feet.
Forbes. Sunday, 17 Jun 2018.
- WATCH: Infant saved from drowning after climbing into pool
Two young children, including a 17-month-old, nearly drowned in a pool in Fort Worth, Texas, after they unlocked a door and climbed up the ladder in a near tragedy caught on surveillance footage.
ABC News. Saturday, 16 Jun 2018.
- Banksy Print Stolen Ahead of Toronto Art Exhibition
A man sneaked in a side door, lifted the $38,000 print and walked away. The police have released surveillance video of the burglar.
New York Times. Friday, 15 Jun 2018.
- Banksy print stolen from Toronto exhibit by brazen thief
Toronto police release surveillance footage of the suspect grabbing the framed print off a wall.
BBC News. Thursday, 14 Jun 2018.
- Northrop Grumman Secures $62M Navy Deal for BAMS-D Program
Northrop Grumman's (NOC) Broad Area Maritime Surveillance-Demonstrator (BAMS-D) is an unmanned aircraft system, capable of flying missions more than 24 hours long at high altitudes.
Zacks. Wednesday, 13 Jun 2018.
- China to go full dystopia with mandatory vehicle RFID chips in 2019 - Roadshow
In a move that comes across as a strengthening of domestic surveillance policies, China will require all new vehicles to have vehicle-identity RFID chips starting next year.
CNET. Wednesday, 13 Jun 2018.
- Passenger Tossed From Car and Survives Following Fiery Florida Toll Booth Crash
The crash was all caught on surveillance video.
Yahoo. Tuesday, 12 Jun 2018.
- In Newark, Police Cameras, and the Internet, Watch You
Surveillance cameras monitored by the police have become a ubiquitous presence in many cities. In Newark, anyone with internet access is allowed to watch.
New York Times. Saturday, 9 Jun 2018.
- Google's AI policy: We're ditching Project Maven, but not the Feds
After abandoning its involvement in a Pentagon project, Google has vowed to never develop AI technologies that can be used for war or surveillance.
Fox News. Friday, 8 Jun 2018.
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