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5:20

Vumacam defends Joburg smart camera network

The company says it does not have facial recognition tech enabled in its street cameras, nor does it profile people.

2:30

Joburg says it has no policy for surveillance cameras

Officials confirm the city does not have a policy in place to govern the surveillance cameras across Johannesburg.

1:50
Sep 16, 2019

RICA declared inconsistent with Constitution

The South Gauteng High Court declares some parts of the Act as unconstitutional, as bulk surveillance activities are unlawful.

1:10
Feb 23, 2017

Trendnet, Core Networks sign distribution deal

The deal entails the distribution of a wide range of products ranging from wireless routers to surveillance products throughout SA.

3:00
Jan 16, 2017

Start-up investors fret over mass data collection risks

Questions loom about how much personal information start-ups are collecting and how securely they store the data.

1:50
Jun 7, 2016

Remote-activated Siri saves life, raises privacy concerns

Siri can now "call the ambulance" from across the room, but this life-saving capability raises privacy concerns for some.

2:40
May 23, 2016

Robotic security guards could accelerate alerts

`Autonomous data machines' such as the Knightscope robot could accelerate security alerts via real-time data streaming.

6:30

Get the most out of surveillance

With the holiday season looming ahead, many shopkeepers are growing nervous about criminals looking to stuff their own stockings, says Roy Alves, Business Development Manager of Axis Communications, MEA.

2:20
Dec 1, 2015

Depth of FBI surveillance revealed

A court filing made public reveals how the FBI used a secretive authority to demand individuals' Web browsing and online purchase histories.

5:50
Nov 5, 2015

Britain outlines alarming surveillance plans

Ministers say the sweeping surveillance powers are vital to keep the country safe but critics denounce the move as an assault on freedoms.

1:10

Cameras bring poachers to light

Handheld thermal imaging cameras can be used by wildlife professionals to locate rhino poachers at night.

1:50
May 7, 2015

NSA phone surveillance ruled unlawful

The US court of appeals rules bulk collection of telephone metadata unlawful, paving the way for a legal challenge against the National Security Agency.

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