Will self-driving cars represent a new mode for surveillance?

Picture the future, where driving is a thing of the past. You can hop in

New technology recognizes people based on partial images

NEC Corporation today announced the development of a “Person Re-identification Technology” that is capable of matching

Transforming a smart device into a surveillance tool using music

As smartphones, tablets, smart TVs and other smart devices become more prevalent in our lives,

A new way to detect if your phone is under surveillance

Modern cell phones are vulnerable to attacks from rogue cellular transmitters called IMSI-catchers — surveillance

Weaponised research: how to keep you and your sources safe in the age of surveillance

Surveillance has become so ubiquitous that it appears likely that Russia was caught in the

Teams of robots can conduct surveillance as a single entity with many eyes

Cornell University researchers are developing a system to enable teams of robots to share information

Dartmouth Team Uses Smart Light to Track Human Behavior Continuously in Real Time

Using the power of the light around us, Dartmouth College researchers have significantly improved their

Software turns webcams into eye-trackers

Developed by computer scientists at Brown, the new software could help web developers to optimize

If We’re Not Careful, Self-Driving Cars Will Be The Cornerstone Of The DRM’d, Surveillance Dystopias Of Tomorrow

We’ve talked a lot about the ethical and programming problems currently facing those designing self

China Is Building The Mother Of All Reputation Systems To Monitor Citizen Behavior

China’s proposal is like a credit score that could encompass your entire life, from work

Softball-sized camera can be tossed into unseen areas, sends panoramic images back to a smartphone

Unseen areas are troublesome for police and first responders: Rooms can harbor dangerous gunmen, while

Encryption for everyone

In the wake of the revelations that intelligence agencies have been engaged in mass surveillance

Person of Interest: Moving Cameras Talk to Each Other to Identify, Track Pedestrians

It’s not uncommon to see cameras mounted on store ceilings, propped up in public places

Robots that use Wi-Fi to see through walls

Robots created by a team working at the University of California, Santa Barbara are able