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CCTV equipment supplied to Zambian government for an inflated $210 million - HumanIPO

CCTV equipment supplied to Zambian government for an inflated $210 million - HumanIPO | Surveillance Studies | Scoop.it
HumanIPO CCTV equipment supplied to Zambian government for an inflated $210 million HumanIPO Closed-circuit television (CCTV) equipment has been supplied to the Zambian government for US$213 million in a controversial deal between Mulenga Sata,...
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US Coast Guard, Canadian police partner for border law enforcement duties - Bangor Daily News

US Coast Guard, Canadian police partner for border law enforcement duties - Bangor Daily News | Surveillance Studies | Scoop.it
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US Coast Guard, Canadian police partner for border law enforcement duties
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U.S. Coast Guard Chief Petty Officer Austin Olmstead (left), officer in charge of Coast Guard Station Eastport, shows Rep.
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Man charged with theft after mobile phone app takes his photo - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

Man charged with theft after mobile phone app takes his photo - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) | Surveillance Studies | Scoop.it
A 55-year-old Canberra man has been caught red-handed after his photo was taken by an app on the mobile phone he had stolen.
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Here's The Real Reason The NYTimes Got Hacked

Here's The Real Reason The NYTimes Got Hacked | Surveillance Studies | Scoop.it
Just hours after Melbourne IT took responsibility for allowing hackers to attack The New York Times on Tuesday, a message appeared on the Australian firm's blog: "Hacked By SEA," it read.
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Four College Athletes Caught on Surveillance Cameras Entering Closed Store – What They Did Next Stunned the Manager | Video | TheBlaze.com

Four College Athletes Caught on Surveillance Cameras Entering Closed Store – What They Did Next Stunned the Manager | Video | TheBlaze.com | Surveillance Studies | Scoop.it
Four football players from William Paterson University entered a local general store in Wayne, N.J., on Sunday afternoon in search of sunglasses and batteries.
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National plan to combat cybercrime

National plan to combat cybercrime | Surveillance Studies | Scoop.it
Australia is a highly connected country - technology and the internet are crucial to Australia's way of life.
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Where teens seek online privacy advice

Where teens seek online privacy advice | Surveillance Studies | Scoop.it
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Many teens ages 12-17 report that they usually figure out how to manage content sharing and privacy settings on their own.
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Privacy 'at risk' as Auckland considers CCTV strategy - TVNZ

Privacy 'at risk' as Auckland considers CCTV strategy - TVNZ | Surveillance Studies | Scoop.it
Privacy 'at risk' as Auckland considers CCTV strategy
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There are concerns that plans for a region wide CCTV network in Auckland will invade people's privacy.
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N.S.A. Phone Data Collection Is Illegal, A.C.L.U. Says

N.S.A. Phone Data Collection Is Illegal, A.C.L.U. Says | Surveillance Studies | Scoop.it
The American Civil Liberties Union’s motion in a federal suit cited the warnings of George Orwell in arguing that the National Security Agency’s collection of Americans’ phone call data violated the Constitution.
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US cloud providers to lose clients over surveillance fears

US cloud providers to lose clients over surveillance fears | Surveillance Studies | Scoop.it
The US cloud industry could lose up to $38.7 billion over three years as government surveillance frightens customers away.
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Introducing High-Tech CCTV Surveillance Cameras in Kerala for An Enhanced Sense of Security

Introducing High-Tech CCTV Surveillance Cameras in Kerala for An Enhanced Sense of Security | Surveillance Studies | Scoop.it
Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, India, Crime is one of the biggest enemies of the society and today a host of modern equipments and gadgets are available to safegua (http://t.co/fagS3eVast
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The war that isn’t going to happen | Inside Story

The war that isn’t going to happen | Inside Story | Surveillance Studies | Scoop.it
“Cyber war” has more in common with the war on obesity than the second world war, says Thomas Rid. Emily Crawford reviews his new book
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CCTV footage of suspects in arson attack on Harlow mosque released by police - Express.co.uk

CCTV footage of suspects in arson attack on Harlow mosque released by police - Express.co.uk | Surveillance Studies | Scoop.it
BBC News CCTV footage of suspects in arson attack on Harlow mosque released by police Express.co.uk Superintendent Trevor Roe, from Essex Police, said: "It is clear from the CCTV footage this was a premeditated, deliberate attempt to cause serious...
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Tech Companies and Government May Soon Go to War Over Surveillance | Wired Opinion | Wired.com

Tech Companies and Government May Soon Go to War Over Surveillance | Wired Opinion | Wired.com | Surveillance Studies | Scoop.it
A standoff is looming between technology companies like Apple, Facebook, and Google and government … even though much of the focus until now has portrayed the two as being in the same camp.
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Use of phone-tracking technology in shopping centres set to increase - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

Use of phone-tracking technology in shopping centres set to increase - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) | Surveillance Studies | Scoop.it
We are used to cameras watching our every move, but what about having your phone tracked when you go to the shops or the CBD?
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Blog - Reflecting on the 50th Anniversary of the March on Washington and Dr. King's 17,000 Page FBI File | ACLU of Northern California

Blog - Reflecting on the 50th Anniversary of the March on Washington and Dr. King's 17,000 Page FBI File | ACLU of Northern California | Surveillance Studies | Scoop.it
It's been fifty years since the historic March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom, and 150 years after the Emancipation Proclamation. There are still many steps in this country's long march from slavery toward equality and racial justice.
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The war the bloggers won | Inside Story

The war the bloggers won | Inside Story | Surveillance Studies | Scoop.it
Political bloggers brought a new rigour to interpreting the polls, writes Greg Jericho
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Guide to Australia’s national security capability

Guide to Australia’s national security capability | Surveillance Studies | Scoop.it
This paper provides a single consolidated picture of the capabilities that enable Australia to achieve national security outcomes in a range of environments, including domestically, at the border, offshore and in cyberspace.
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Two men found guilty over ADFA Skype sex scandal - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

Two men found guilty over ADFA Skype sex scandal - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) | Surveillance Studies | Scoop.it
Two men have been found guilty over the Skype sex scandal at the Australian Defence Force Academy in Canberra in 2011.
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'Revenge porn' may soon be a crime in California - Los Angeles Times

'Revenge porn' may soon be a crime in California - Los Angeles Times | Surveillance Studies | Scoop.it
'Revenge porn' may soon be a crime in California Los Angeles Times It's called “revenge porn,” and the California Legislature is speeding along by hefty bipartisan margins a bill to make it a crime -- a misdemeanor with a potential for as much as a...
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Former-Salt Lake City mayor wants to sue NSA over 2002 Olympics surveillance

Former-Salt Lake City mayor wants to sue NSA over 2002 Olympics surveillance | Surveillance Studies | Scoop.it
Rocky Anderson, the former mayor of Salt Lake City, Utah and last year’s Justice Party nominee for president, says he plans to sue the United States government over the illegal collection of ...
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Firms re-examine links with BT over drones

Firms re-examine links with BT over drones | Surveillance Studies | Scoop.it
Six of Britain’s largest financial services firms are examining their involvement with BT after accusations that it inadvertently aided American drone strikes in Yemen and Somalia.
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Surveillance Revelations Shake US-German Ties - New York Times

Surveillance Revelations Shake US-German Ties - New York Times | Surveillance Studies | Scoop.it
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Surveillance Revelations Shake US-German Ties
New York Times
Published: August 25, 2013. BERLIN — Continuing revelations, based on documents leaked by Edward J.
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The Guardian agrees to share Snowden documents with New York Times - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

The Guardian agrees to share Snowden documents with New York Times - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) | Surveillance Studies | Scoop.it
The Guardian has agreed with the New York Times to give the US newspaper access to some classified documents leaked by former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden.
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