SFPD Can Now Access Surveillance Cameras Across the City Without a Warrant
San Francisco’s city council approved the new powers, which will allow cops to get real-time access to privately-owned cameras.
Subway Shooting Shows Surveillance Cameras Not Immune from MTA’s Maintenance Crisis
A lack of functioning cameras in the station reportedly hindered the NYPD's investigation. It's a familiar story for the beleaguered transit agency.
Hacked Surveillance Camera Firm Shows Staggering Scale of Facial Recognition
A hacked customer list shows that facial recognition company Verkada is deployed in tens of thousands of schools, bars, stores, jails, and other businesses around the country.
Inside ‘TALON,’ the Nationwide Network of AI-Enabled Surveillance Cameras
Hundreds of pages of emails obtained by Motherboard show how little-known company Flock has expanded from surveilling individual neighborhoods into a network of smart cameras that spans the United States.
A Flock of Surveillance Cameras "Nests" on the Beach
Jakub Geltner is placing security cameras in random places to criticize the modern surveillance state.