NEWS & ANALYSIS

How Your Outdoor Surveillance System Can SeeThrough Mother Nature's Wrath

Mother Nature can be a nightmare for those setting up outdoor surveillance systems. Here's a look at how you can get the best out of your system.

Drone Champions Want Greater Access to Domestic Airspace

The FAA, however, says drones are not ready for prime time over densely populated areas yet.

Virtual Peeping Toms Exploit Unsecured IP Cameras

As more and more IP cameras get connected to the Web, it's easy for voyeurs to find unsecured cameras and do what they do best: watch.

Big Brother Sleeps During the Day in Brookline, But Awakes as Night Falls

SituCon Systems electronic eyelid allows Brookline, Massachusetts, to protect its citizens' privacy during the day but watch over them at night.

Game Camera Catches Naked Ghosthunter in Mississippi Cemetery

A Mississippi cemetery set up a game camera to catch vandals. Instead, staff caught a local man naked and indulging in a bizarre hobby.

Government Contractor's Surveillance of Activists Causes Outrage Across Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania's homeland security office is under fire for hiring a private intelligence firm that monitored the activities of law-abiding, peaceful activist groups.

Hershey Keeps Track to Keep Safe

In an effort to make its theme parks safer, Hershey Entertainment and Resorts implemented iTrak incident-tracking software that can manage and share lists of banned visitors, among other tools like a lost and found module.

Mystery Players: How Casinos Catch the Careless, the Cheats, and the Corrupt

Sometimes that gentleman playing blackjack with you at the casino isn't an insurance salesman from Duluth.

Training Course Review: Predictive Profiling

A profiling training course that requires a level of personal awareness that most people do not have on a day-to-day level.

Stalked ESPN Reporter Sues Six Hotel Operators

Erin Andrews, who was photographed through hotel room doors after employees provided a peeping Tom with both her room numbers and accommodations in adjoining rooms, has sued six hotel operators and the convicted defendant.
 




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