London Underground to begin tracking passengers through Wi-Fi hotspots

Transport for London (TfL) is planning to roll out a system to track commuters making use of public Wi-Fi hotspots across the London Underground in coming months. The UK transport agency said on Wednesday that “secure, privacy-protected data collection will begin on Read More …

New York National Guard Soldiers hone domestic nuclear disaster response skills at Guard Response exercise

One hundred and sixty New York Army National Guard Soldiers spent May 8-16 honing their emergency response skills during exercise Guardian Response 2019 at Camp Atterbury, Indiana. Guardian Response exercises validate Army units ability to support state and local authorities Read More …

New FAA rules for recreational drone flyers introduce temporary no-fly zones and a training requirement

According to the United States FAA Unmanned Aircraft Systems Report for 2019, the number of unmanned drones is expected to double in the next twelve months from roughly 1.2 million aircraft to nearly 2.4 million aircraft. While commercial drone activity continues Read More …

Facial recognition technology ‘violates human rights and must end’, landmark court case hears

Police are breaking human rights law with the use of controversial facial recognition software, a landmark court case has heard. Ed Bridges is bringing the first legal challenge on the technology, which has been trialled by forces in different parts of the Read More …