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The emergence of smart homes and the consequent prevalence of smart home security cameras has been associated with consumer preference towards energy efficiency and optimum resource utilization. While smart homes are popular for these advantages, security cameras are witnessing a surge in their adoption as we see a rise in security issues in and around these homes. The advent of next-generation wireless technologies such as HVAC Controller, security and access regulators, and entertainment contr

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Due to its ability to reduce security staff and management workload, AI-based video surveillance and analytics are seeing an increase in acceptance. Using artificial intelligence technology in video analysis can offer companies substantial advantages in the identification and informing of unforeseen events. The key technologies that transform camera-based security systems include object recognition, face recognition, event recognition, remote asset management, intelligent image processing, and a

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‘Smart Cities’ Are the Next Phase in the 21st Century Surveillance Grid

By:

Steven MacMillan

Global Research, June 16, 2015

New Eastern Outlook 15 June 2015

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http://www.globalresearch.ca/smart-cities-are-the-next-phase-in-the-21st-century-surveillance-grid/5455925

The century of ‘big data’ will be the century of unprecedented surveillance. The dream of tyrants down through history has been the total monitoring, control and management of the public, with the ability to predict the be

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Covert Camera Apps to be aware of

Have you ever tried to take a picture or video of someone with your phone without them knowing? Sometimes it’s possible, but sometimes it’s not. Well, maybe you knew it was coming: “Ghost apps” are available that let you take images and videos without the target’s knowledge. You can then hide the images and videos in secret folders.

You can now spy on people with apps like Private Ninja Cam, Stealth Cam and Top Secret Camera. Scary enough, many users of these apps use this technology on sexting a

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“Angst” Against Encryption: National Security and the Surveillance State. The Global Crackdown

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Five Myths Regarding the Paris Terror Attacks

 

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Washington's Blog

Global Research, November 21, 2015

As usual, the politicos and talking heads are all talking their own book, using the Paris terror attacks to push their own agendas.

As shown below, they’re spouting nonsense.

Mass Surveillance Won’t Help

The NSA and other spy agencies are pretending that the Paris attacks show that we need more mass surveillance.

But the New York Times correctly points out in a scathing editorial that mass survei

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One of the reasons you—and many others—don’t have your alarm on during the day is because you know you’ll keep forgetting to turn it off every time you want to step into the garage or go outside. So you just keep it off. And that’s not smart because many home invasions and burglaries occur during daylight hours.

Typically, home security systems require you to push buttons.

  • What if you panic and forget the code?
  • What if you accidentally disable it?
  • What if your naughty visiting nephew messes with it?
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