For protesters, claims of Chinese surveillance are politically useful, even when they can’t be proved.
Tracking officers’ stress exposure and body-camera practices could help keep them from pulling the trigger.
The home-rental start-up says it’s cracking down on hosts who record guests. Is it doing enough?
Workers may not be replaced by robots anytime soon, but they’ll likely face shorter hours, lower pay, and stolen time.
It won’t be the poor.
A new patent proposes body cameras that can automatically activate in response to the sound of gunfire, or scan crowds for criminal suspects. What does that mean for expectations of privacy in public spaces?