The government flouts the Fourth Amendment in the name of security. “The system’s unique ‘drive-by’ capability allows one or two operators to conduct X-ray imaging of suspect vehicles and objects while the ZBV drives past,” says AS&E on its websit
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Senate Judiciary Committee has approved a three-year extension of three post-Sept. 11 surveillance practices but voted to end another one. The panel opposed an investigative tool, known as national security letters, that compels
“If an SRT (Special Response Team) has to go into an area they don’t know what’s there, we don’t know what is in the backyard,” said Cohen, “They want to know if there are dogs in the backyard, if there is a shed, things that could be a threat to us.
If you’re business is considering making a vital investment into it’s payroll investment, AvidBiometrics.com has the clock for you. Today’, Avid Biometrics has announced that it has added multiple new biometric time clock models...
Biometrics would have come at a prohibitive cost. And then there are the ''big-brother'' overtones of the likely need for a central database to identify players to ensure they did not dodge the limit they had set, or a gambling ban, by going to...
A website to educate the American public about the law and technology of government surveillance in the United States, providing the information and tools necessary to evaluate the threat of surveillance and take appropriate steps to defend against iEntered By: Powell Gammill
The authorities plan to launch issuing biometric IDs from June, 2011.
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Government claims technology will ease transport congestion, but experts warn it could be used to control dissent Human rights activists believe the Chinese government is exploiting mobile technology to control unrest. Photograph: Michael Reynolds/
Researchers at SUNY Buffalo and Amrita University in India have managed to create a tracking network that works well even with the cheapest of cameras.
If successful in the real world, the “biometrics of intent” could, for example, help determine whether the anxious-looking man at the airport is just stressed-out or actually dangerous. Or if someone is just having a bad day at the office or...
The Sacramento Police Dept will soon have more eyes on the streets. They’re going to be partnering with public and private entities to tap directly into existing surveillance cameras across the city. Officers say this will allow them to get to survei
You used to be able to get lost in the crowd, but not anymore. Double click on any area in the picture to bring the person closer. Or, just click the mouse and use the mouse wheel to bring them closer. This is a photograph of 2009 Obama Inauguration.
...and I thought I took High-Res pics with my 2000x zoom - CHECK THIS OUT! 1474 Megapixel!! Whoa.
The Real ID Act 2005 compliance date has been extended now to January 2013 The truth is, unfortunately, this is no cause to celebrate.
If you're a resident of one of at least 24 states including Arizona, Georgia, and Washington, your driver's license may no longer be valid for boarding an airplane or entering federal buildings as of May 11, 2011.
Cell phone pings proved crucial in helping Washington state police track a suspect in a child abduction case that spurred an Amber Alert. Dustin Reed, 35, was arrested Tuesday in the kidnapping of his 4-year-old son about half an hour after police
Newly uncovered documents show that as early as 2006, the Department of Homeland Security has been planning pilot programs to deploy mobile scanning units that can be set up at public events and in train stations, along with mobile x-ray vans...
In our video satire of John Carpenter's cult conspiracy classic movie, They Live, we portray the world that the bankstering cartel has built in black and white; the real world, in color, is viewed only when the audience wears sunglasses!
"Talk about your Big Brother, it's 'A Brave New World,' " he quipped, referring to two famous novels about futuristic worlds surveilled by oppressive governments.
CONCORD, N.H. -- Lawmakers and residents engaged in heated debate Tuesday over a bill that would make random airport security pat-downs and body scans criminal in New Hampshire. The bill (HB628-FN) "makes the touching or viewing with a technologi
The theories were put forward by two leading criminologists at the American Association for the Advancement of Science in Washington.
Drones aren’t just buzzing over the Adirondacks. The proposal to begin training missions there is part of a bigger push to build a drone infrastructure for flying missions throughout the United States. So new drone bases are being built.
"My database is very rich with 70 million bad guys," he said. "But we don't own those records. They're owned by the states, by the 18,000 law enforcement agencies across this country. They submit them to us and allow us to use them, we hold them...
California became the ninth state in which each county has activated Secure Communities, a fingerprint data-sharing program between local law enforcement offices and federal immigration enforcement agencies.
You'll never look at hummingbirds the same again. The Pentagon has poured millions of dollars into the development of tiny drones inspired by biology, each equipped with video and audio equipment that can record sights and sounds. They could be
Daon, the award-winning global provider of identity assurance software and services announced today that its Trusted Identity Services offering is being expanded to thousands of locations throughout the U.S., bringing comprehensive...
“This can be done in real time with no technical expertise. DNA information has the potential to become part of the fabric of day-to-day life, and this facilitates the process.”
It is important to note that the technology of tracking, tracing, and databasing innocent people right down to their blood is a top-down directive from federal agencies, not a legitimate scientific endeavor.
The EyeSay displays play video recordings based on two of Manchester Airport’s actual staff, John Walsh and Julie Capper, and provide automated audio reminders about liquid restrictions and boarding passes.