Woman yelled her captor’s name during Las Vegas kidnapping captured on camera, police say
A man arrested in a kidnapping captured on home surveillance video in Las Vegas was in a relationship with the victim, and their one-month old was in the car at the time of the attack, police said.
Obama praises book that slams his White House for its Google relationship
As he has in years past, the 44th President of the United States just released a list of his favorite music, movies, TV shows and books of 2019. And as in years past, the main thing about Obama’s favorites are that he has pretty good taste. His movie list, fo…
Factbox: Ghosn’s bail conditions – Surveillance cameras, no internet access
Carlos Ghosn, the ousted boss of the Renault-Nissan carmaking alliance who was awaiting trial in Japan, flew into Lebanon on Monday evening, France’s Les Echos newspaper reported.
How Should Students Respond To Their School’s Surveillance Systems?
Hundreds of thousands of American students are being tracked by their colleges to monitor attendance, analyze behavior and assess their mental health, the Washington Post reported this week. That article has now provoked some responses… Jay Balan, chief sec…
Watchmen, Fleabag, Parasite top Barack Obama’s 2019 favorites – CNET
HBO’s Watchmen comic book reboot, a saucy British comedy and an eye-opening book on surveillance impressed the former US president in 2019.
U.S. embassy in Baghdad suspends consular operations: statement
The U.S. Embassy in Baghdad said on Wednesday that all public consular operations were suspended, a day after Iran-backed militias and their supporters stormed its outer perimeter, setting fires, throwing rocks and smashing surveillance cameras.
Security camera shows Ghosn leaving Tokyo home alone before his escape: NHK
A surveillance camera captured former Nissan Motor Co chairman Carlos Ghosn leaving his Tokyo residence alone shortly before his surprise escape from Japan, public broadcaster NHK said on Friday, citing investigative sources.
Holy Shit, Reportedly
Today, the New York Times published a galvanizing analysis of the location histories of 12 million cell phones, a stockpile provided to them by sources inside an unnamed location data company that harvests data from mobile apps. This shit is real, man, and we…