BEIJING, CHINA (REUTERS) – If you cross the street in urban China these days, chances are you’re being watched. The country has built the world’s largest video surveillance network with tens of millions of cameras, and they are now increasingly capable of automatically identifying people’s basic information thanks to technological advances and big data. Continue reading
Seattle-based SilverLogic Labs have developed what they call a ‘passive polygraph’, basically a hi-tech version of the lie detector test. Francis Maguire has more. Continue reading
LONDON, BRITAIN (MAY 26, 2017) (UK POOL) – British police have arrested a “large part of the network” behind this week’s Manchester suicide bombing but more arrests are likely, the country’s top counter-terrorism officer said on Friday (May 26).
ICC prosecutors dismiss South Africa’s arguments and urge judges to report Pretoria for non-compliance with the court.
Surveillance video captures two men carrying out a brazen daylight robbery at a luxury watch store in an upscale Manhattan neighborhood.
China says it opposes Internet hacking and is committed to cracking down on such activities, ahead of President Xi Jinping’s visit to the U.S. next week.
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Manhunt for two New York prison inmates who escaped the maximum-security Clinton Correctional Facility in Dannemora continues.
David Anderson, Britain’s independent reviewer of anti-terrorism laws, says the framework overseeing the interception of emails, phone calls and online activity by police and spies needs a major overhaul.
Dallas Police Chief David Brown says a motive for the attack on police headquarters in which shots were fired from what was described as an armored van is not yet known.