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- Jelani Day case: Police working to identify man seen on surveillance video in LaSalle
Police are trying to identify a man seen on surveillance
video knocking on the door of a home in LaSalle. Relatives of Jelani Day say they've seen it and it's not him.
ABC News. Sunday, 26 Sep 2021.
- Chicago police searching for suspects after 2 ATMs stolen within minutes on NW Side
video shows two men putting one of the ATMs into a car and driving away.
ABC News. Thursday, 23 Sep 2021.
- Moment woman pulls gun on Chipotle cashier in Philadelphia
The incident, which was caught on surveillance
footage, took place at the popular Tex-Mex location at Roosevelt Mall in the Rhawnhurst section of Philadelphia just before 5pm on Saturday.
Daily Mail. Thursday, 23 Sep 2021.
- Harris announces $250 million in global funding to fight future pandemics.
The new fund was established to address a range of issues like disease surveillance, vaccine development and health care worker support in order to counter future biological threats.
New York Times. Thursday, 23 Sep 2021.
- Police creating 'surveillance state' with software that scans social media, critics claim
Police in Massachusetts and Michigan are licensing SocialNet, a program from ShadowDragon that scours platforms from Facebook to Pornhub to help cops identify persons of interest.
Daily Mail. Wednesday, 22 Sep 2021.
- Feds Purchasing Surveillance Drones From Chinese Company The Pentagon Says Is A Security Threat
'Cyber security vulnerabilities are well documented'
Daily Caller. Wednesday, 22 Sep 2021.
- Federal agencies buying up Chinese drones previously deemed a national security threat: report
Federal law enforcement agencies in the Biden administration are reportedly purchasing surveillance
drones from China that have previously been labeled a potential national security threat by the Pentagon.
Fox News. Wednesday, 22 Sep 2021.
- 2 dead after man jumps from building and hits another man
Investigators are interviewing witnesses and family members and reviewing surveillance
video to gather more information.
CBS News. Tuesday, 21 Sep 2021.
- California police release video of dine and dash suspects who allegedly shot at restaurant worker
California police released surveillance
footage showing two suspects accused of dining and dashing from a restaurant before firing several rounds toward a worker who confronted them across the street.
Fox News. Wednesday, 15 Sep 2021.
- The Digitally Transformed Workplace: Productivity Paradise Or Orwellian Nightmare?
Attempts to monitor employee productivity through the surveillance
of workplace collaboration activities are misguided in theory and in application. ...
Forbes. Tuesday, 14 Sep 2021.
- Biden will nominate privacy advocate Alvaro Bedoya to the FTC
Bedoya's academic work has scrutinized surveillance
technologies including facial recognition.
CNBC. Monday, 13 Sep 2021.
- Iran to allow new memory cards in U.N.'s nuclear-site cameras
Iran will allow U.N. inspectors to install new memory cards into surveillance
cameras at its sensitive atomic sites and to continue filming there.
Los Angeles Times. Sunday, 12 Sep 2021.
- Iran To Allow IAEA Monitors To Service Cameras At Sensitive Nuclear Sites
Iran has agreed to allow international inspectors to service surveillance
cameras at its sensitive nuclear sites and to continue filming there, averting a diplomatic showdown this week.
Radio Liberty. Sunday, 12 Sep 2021.
- Americans warier of U.S. government surveillance: AP-NORC poll
WASHINGTON (AP) — As the 20th anniversary of the Sept. ...
Washington Times. Tuesday, 7 Sep 2021.
- Auckland attack raises questions about ability of authorities to keep terrorists off the street
That a known Islamist extremist was free to launch a knife attack in New Zealand underlines the limitations of the law even in cases where someone is of such concern they are under constant surveillance
Sky News. Friday, 3 Sep 2021.
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