Tag Archives: The New York Times

Secret Video Surveillance Found in Hospital Labor and Delivery Rooms

The New York Times newly established Privacy Project, recently highlighted the extent to which our society has created a “facial recognition machine” – cameras are everywhere, even in doorbells. Segments of society have accepted widespread surveillance on public streets, shopping malls, and in common areas of office buildings, apartment complexes, schools and similar places. But there … Continue Reading

Data Breach Affects Climate Change Debate

Based on recent events, the University of East Anglia likely will agree that data privacy and security requires a comprehensive approach, as data breaches are not limited to incidents involving personal information and identity theft. In fact, the effects of a breach to an organization’s information systems involving confidential company information can be far worse on the … Continue Reading
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