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- White man wanted for placing two rice cookers in a NYC subway
Larry Kenton Griffin II, 26, of Bruno, West Virginia is the man captured on surveillance
footage pushing a shopping cart containing a number of rice cookers inside Fulton Street Station.
Daily Mail. Friday, 16 Aug 2019.
- California cops offer free Ring surveillance cams for crime tips in controversial 'reward program'
At least 231 law enforcement agencies across the country have formed business deals with the Amazon-owned doorbell cam producer despite critics' privacy and accountability concerns.
Daily Mail. Friday, 16 Aug 2019.
- Video shows moments before toddler fatally struck in Houston parking lot
video shows the child's mother walking across the parking lot, leaving two small children behind her just before tragedy struck.
ABC News. Friday, 16 Aug 2019.
- Coachella woman sentenced for dumping puppies in the trash
In April, Culwell was caught on surveillance
video tossing seven newborn puppies into a dumpster in Coachella Valley
CBS News. Thursday, 15 Aug 2019.
- Philadelphia shooting: Neighbor's home surveillance camera captures chaotic scene during standoff
The chaotic moments shots first rang out in a standoff that would subsequently injure nine police officers, six by gunfire, in North Philadelphia were captured on a neighbor's surveillance
ABC News. Thursday, 15 Aug 2019.
- Surveillance Technology And Cultural Notions Of Privacy
How has the surveillance
and storing of biometric data impinged upon our right to privacy? This article examines new technology and the larger political and ethical questions surrounding biometric data collection.
Forbes. Tuesday, 13 Aug 2019.
- Military: Midwest balloon flights didn't spy on civilians
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) - The military says recent high-altitude balloon flights over South Dakota and other Midwest states complied with federal laws against conducting surveillance
on civilians. ...
Washington Times. Friday, 9 Aug 2019.
- Amazon is developing high-tech surveillance tools for an eager customer: America's police
Dozens of law enforcement agencies have used Amazon-powered technology to modernize crime-fighting, but critics raise fears of privacy abuses.
CNBC. Thursday, 8 Aug 2019.
- ACLU concerned about surveillance balloons over Midwest
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) - The South Dakota chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union says it's concerned about a report that the U.S. military is using high-altitude balloons to conduct surveillance
tests in six Midwestern states. ...
Washington Times. Friday, 2 Aug 2019.
- US military reportedly testing surveillance balloons in Midwest skies - CNET
The test will send 25 vehicle-tracking balloons across six states, according to The Guardian.
CNET. Friday, 2 Aug 2019.
- Arizona gas station hostages attack, subdue man who shot customer in the head
A newly released surveillance
video shows the moments inside a convenience store in Arizona when a man shot and killed a customer before taking eight others hostage who later fought back against their attacker.
Fox News. Thursday, 1 Aug 2019.
- Amazon Ring: Police tie-up criticised by anti-surveillance campaigners
Privacy campaigners want to halt US police having easy access to recordings made by the gadgets.
BBC News. Thursday, 1 Aug 2019.
- Sen. Paul Voices Concern on Ratcliffe's FISA Voting Record
Rep. John Ratcliffe's, R-Texas, nomination to director of national intelligence is questionable for Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., because of Ratcliffe's voting record related to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance
Newsmax. Wednesday, 31 Jul 2019.
- Festival gunman was apparently preparing for large-scale attack
Investigators say the suspect was caught on surveillance
video visiting several stores by himself ahead of the attack.
CBS News. Wednesday, 31 Jul 2019.
- Rights group loses mass surveillance appeal in High Court
Liberty brought the challenge against the government's so-called "Snoopers' Charter" in June.
BBC News. Monday, 29 Jul 2019.
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