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French police caught on CCTV beating black music producer in his Paris studio – video

France's police watchdog, IGPN, said on Thursday it was investigating allegations a black music producer was physically attacked and racially abused during a police check. The incident was captured on CCTV, which was obtained by the Loopsider news organisation. The alleged victim, identified only as Michel, told reporters he was jumped on by police at his music studio on the 17th arrondissement of Paris on 21 November. He said he had been walking around nearby without a mask, against French Covi...
Tags: Music, France, Race, World news, Paris, Cctv, Michel, IGPN


Fifth Circuit Denies Immunity To Cops Who Beat And Tased An Unresisting Man To Death (techdirt)

The Fifth Circuit is a bit infamous for allowing law enforcement to do what it wants without worrying about too much pushback from judges. This is due in part to the Supreme Court's increasing insistence lower courts take a hands off approach to qualified immunity by encouraging them to avoid determining whether any rights violation has occurred. Instead, the Supreme Court has pushed lower courts to only determine whether or not a similar rights violation has occurred in the past, and whether pa...
Tags: News, Supreme Court, Cctv, Taser, Costa, Martin, Joseph, Cooper, Pratt, Joint Chiefs of Staff, Fifth Circuit, GRETNA, Tim Cushing, Rolland, Bartlett, Faison


How the #EndSARS protest movement reawakened Nigeria’s youth

In early October 2020, a youth protest alleged police brutality with the hashtag #EndSARS suddenly took many Nigerian cities by storm. The Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) was set up in 1992 as a heavily armed elite police force unit to tackle violent crime including armed robbery, kidnapping, and carjacking.Human Rights groups, including Amnesty International, have for many years documented alleged SARS abuses of civilians including extortion, rape, and extrajudicial killings. Over the years t...
Tags: Books, Politics, Featured, Nigeria, European Union, United Kingdom, Amnesty International, Cctv, Lagos, Social Sciences, Muhammadu Buhari, African Union, Buhari, National Bureau of Statistics, US State Department, Benin City


South Australia records no new cases; Queensland opens border to Victoria – live news

NSW to ease coronavirus restrictions, including the number allowed to visit a home; Queensland prepares for influx of visitors. Follow updatesNSW premier Gladys Berejiklian voted in parliament while awaiting Covid test resultFollow our global live blogAustralia’s restrictions explained: state by state 11.23pm GMT South Australia premier Steven Marshall has announced eight steps he will be taking to strengthen hotel quarantine in his state.1: All returned travellers who test positive for Covi...
Tags: Australia, Australia news, Australian politics, Queensland, New South Wales, New South Wales politics, Cctv, Victoria, South Australia, Gladys Berejiklian, Steven Marshall, Coronavirus, Nicola Spurrier, Old Wakefield Hospital, Peppers Hotel


5 Security Measures Every Business Should Enforce in the Workplace

According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, employers should provide a safe workplace to their employees. And one way to do that is to enforce security measures in your business premises. Whether you are new in running a business or would like to update your office security features, here are some safety measures that you might want to consider: Conduct a Security Audit Before you go ahead and set up or upgrade your workplace security measures, the first thing you need to d...
Tags: Business, Technology, Cctv, Right Now, Occupational Safety and Health Administration, Andi Croft, Alarm System Store


Analysis of CCTV footage from Lekki toll gate raises new questions about shooting

It was supposed to be the key piece of evidence. But when it came, the Lagos State government's CCTV footage of the Lekki toll gate shooting didn't capture everything.
Tags: Cnn, Cctv, Lagos State, Lekki


Stevenage Tesco purse theft sparks CCTV appeal - The Comet

Stevenage Tesco purse theft sparks CCTV appeal   The Comet
Tags: Shopping, Cctv, Stevenage Tesco


CCTV appeal after theft of phone from Tesco, Tower Park, Poole - Bournemouth Echo

CCTV appeal after theft of phone from Tesco, Tower Park, Poole   Bournemouth Echo
Tags: Shopping, Cctv, Tesco Tower Park Poole Bournemouth Echo, Tesco Tower Park Poole Bournemouth


CCTV appeal after Walsall Tesco Express staff 'abused' - Birmingham Live

CCTV appeal after Walsall Tesco Express staff 'abused'   Birmingham Live
Tags: Shopping, Cctv, Walsall Tesco Express


Blood from Stone – review

Director: Geoff Ryan Release date: 2020 Contains spoilers Filmed in Laughlin, Nevada, this vampire film feels more a character study than anything else – particularly following two vampires as they try to live very different lives. It could have also felt a little bit like a Tarantino type of movie… I don’t think it got there in those terms but it was certainly a worthwhile attempt to draw us into a neo-noir that shows two very different takes on eternal life. Vanja Kapetanovic as Joe/J...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, Cctv, Victoria, Joe, Amazon UK, Laughlin Nevada, Darya, Vampire, Vanja Kapetanovic, Geoff Ryan Release, Joe Jure, Joe Allen Vanja Kapetanovic, Jure Alilovic, Jure, Darya Gabriella Toth Gabriella Toth


Exclusive: Delhi Police working on arming PCR vans with facial recognition software

The Delhi Police is in the process of equipping its beat cops and Police Control Room (PCR) vehicles with remote facial recognition systems. This way, both local cops and first responders will be able to scan people’s faces using remote devices and run them against Delhi Police’s databases, DCP (Operations and Communications) S.K. Singh told MediaNama. This won’t be Delhi Police’s first tryst with widespread use of facial recognition technology. It had earlier used the technology to screen crowd...
Tags: Travel, News, Supreme Court, Privacy, India, Narendra Modi, US, Samsung, Amit Shah, Surveillance, Cctv, John, Parliament, Delhi, New Delhi, Facial Recognition


Facial recognition, vehicle number plate identification: How Noida is ramping up street surveillance

Facial recognition enabled cameras, automatic vehicle number plate identification, and an entire city inundated with surveillance cameras — these are just a few ways in which Noida is planning to surveil its traffic, and commuters. The city administration — the Noida Authority — earlier this month, floated a tender to upgrade its traffic management system, which proposes to install close to 1,000 cameras across the city, which includes CCTV cameras, and separate number plate recognition cameras....
Tags: Travel, News, Privacy, India, Surveillance, Cctv, Facial Recognition, Bengaluru, Gurgaon, Indian Railways, Uttar Pradesh, Telangana, Vadodara, Noida, CBSE, National Crime Records Bureau


7 Benefits and Tips to Choose the Right School for Your Child

Choosing the right school is especially important for the growth of children. It helps them to learn good habits that will turn them into better human beings. The decision of a school might be difficult for you. There are a lot of things that run into the mind of the parents. Therefore, before making a choice you should have proper planning. A good school helps to shape the future of your child by enhancing academics. It offers you more than one benefit. Knowing these will help you to know the...
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CCTV appeal after Tesco staff threatened with hammers before robbers stole Mini - Manchester Evening News

CCTV appeal after Tesco staff threatened with hammers before robbers stole Mini   Manchester Evening News
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Hampshire garage ram-raid captured on CCTV

A silver car is being hunted by police after it was filmed smashing into a garage in Hampshire.
Tags: News, Cctv, Hampshire


FASTag becomes mandatory for everyone, even vehicles bought before Dec 2017

FASTag has been made mandatory for all four-wheelers in the country from January 1, 2021, the Ministry of Road Transport & Highways has announced. This essentially changes the earlier diktat according to which FASTags were mandatory only for four-wheelers brought after December 1, 2017. The ministry also announced that FASTags would become mandatory while getting third-party vehicle insurance policies. This rule shall be applicable from April 1, 2021. Both these decisions have been in the works ...
Tags: Travel, News, Cctv, Chennai, NHAI, Ministry of Road Transport and Highways, Fastag, FASTags, Ministry of Road Transport Highways, National Highway Authority of India NHAI


The legality of using facial recognition security systems in quasi-public spaces

By Raghav Mendiratta New technologies present opportunities for the private security sector to innovate and gain an edge over slower and non-adapter competitors. Law enforcement agencies around the world have started using facial recognition techniques over the last few years. Now, private security companies are also increasingly using these technologies for ensuring security over private owner areas. While these technologies are promising for security purposes, they also pose significant human ...
Tags: Travel, News, Cctv, Facial Recognition, European Parliament, Gdpr, EU Member States, Recital, CJEU, Legitimate Interest Article, Raghav Mendiratta, Rynes


Jack de Belin's alleged rape victim says 'I'm not lying' at trial of NRL star

The woman was 19 when she says the NRL player and his friend raped her in a Wollongong unit in late 2018NRL star Jack de Belin’s alleged rape victim was filmed making a sexual hand gesture towards his co-accused in the hour before the attack, a jury has been told.The Wollongong district court on Thursday was shown CCTV of the woman and the footballer’s co-accused, Callan Sinclair, interacting on the dancefloor of CBD bar Mr Crown about 12.30am on 9 December 2018. Continue reading...
Tags: Australia news, Australia sport, New South Wales, Cctv, Crime - Australia, Rugby league, NRL, Wollongong, Jack de Belin, Callan Sinclair


Jack de Belin's alleged rape victim made sexual hand gesture at club, defence lawyer says

The woman was 19 when she says the NRL star and his friend raped her in a Wollongong unit in late 2018NRL star Jack de Belin’s alleged rape victim was filmed making a sexual hand gesture towards his co-accused in the hour before the attack, a jury has been told.The Wollongong district court on Thursday was shown CCTV of the woman and the footballer’s co-accused, Callan Sinclair, interacting on the dancefloor of CBD bar Mr Crown about 12.30am on 9 December 2018. Continue reading...
Tags: Australia news, Australia sport, New South Wales, Cctv, Crime - Australia, Rugby league, NRL, Wollongong, Jack de Belin, Callan Sinclair


Jack de Belin's alleged rape victim messaged 'help' after attack, court hears

The NRL star is on trial in Wollongong accused of raping a 19-year-old with a friend in late 2018The woman alleging NRL star Jack de Belin and his friend raped her has denied lying, telling a NSW court she didn’t recall laughing alongside the men shortly after the alleged attack.De Belin, 29, and Callan Sinclair, 23, have pleaded not guilty to sexually assaulting the woman, then aged 19, in a North Wollongong unit in the early hours of 9 December 2018. They say the sex was consensual.CCTV footag...
Tags: Australia news, New South Wales, Cctv, Crime - Australia, NRL, Campbell, Sinclair, Wollongong, North Wollongong, Jack de Belin, Callan Sinclair, De Belin, David Campbell SC


Wild raccoon leads Texas high school staff on wild chase through hallways

The CCTV footage shows staff and animal control chasing the critter through the halls and eventually out an open door.         [Author: Storyful]
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Peak District walker drove home as search continued

The woman did not alert anyone she was safe and was picked up on CCTV driving home.
Tags: UK, News, Cctv


China's J-20 stealth fighter was shown in a training dogfight on state television

China's J-20 stealth fighter at an air show in Zhuhai, Guangdong Province, China, November 1, 2016. REUTERS/Stringer Chinese J-20 fighter jets were seen firing dozens of decoy flares, which are used to counter heat-seeking missiles. Official state broadcaster CCTV aired footage of the combat exercise as tensions between China and its neighbors escalate. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. China's air force has stepped up combat training exercises involving its J-20 stea...
Tags: Hong Kong, China, India, US, Trends, Taiwan, Beijing, Xi Jinping, Cctv, Stealth Fighter, Himalayas, Lockheed Martin, Xinjiang, Reuters, South China Sea, Taiwan Strait


Commerce Ministry’s external trade promoter wants to use facial recognition to track employees’ attendance

You are reading it here first: A trade fair body under the Ministry of Commerce wants its employees to mark their attendance using a biometric system, capable of both fingerprint verification, and facial recognition. The India Trade Promotion Organisation (ITPO), which manages the trade fair complex at Pragati Maidan in Delhi, on Wednesday floated a for procuring eight such devices, out of which five will be deployed at its main office in Delhi, and one each at its regional offices in Mumbai, ...
Tags: Travel, News, Privacy, India, Surveillance, Cctv, Delhi, Facial Recognition, Biometrics, Bengaluru, Kolkata, Indian Railways, Telangana, Ministry of Commerce, Commerce Ministry, Vadodara


CCTV image released following store robbery - Newark Advertiser

CCTV image released following store robbery   Newark Advertise
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CCTV released after man ‘throws shopping basket’ at Tesco employee in Slough - My London

CCTV released after man ‘throws shopping basket’ at Tesco employee in Slough   My London
Tags: Shopping, Tesco, Cctv, Slough My London


The Explosive Problem of 'Zombie' Batteries (slashdot)

AmiMoJo shares a report from the BBC: The Environmental Services Association (ESA), which represents waste firms like Biffa, Veolia and Suez, says too many batteries are going into either recycling bins or black rubbish bags, where they are easily damaged by sorting equipment and start to burn -- so-called "zombie" batteries. The ESA has launched a campaign called Take Charge which encourages people to dispose of batteries properly. "Unfortunately, the majority of batteries thrown away in the UK...
Tags: UK, News, Bbc, Esa, Cctv, Suez, BeauHD, Environmental Services Association ESA, Biffa Veolia, Jacob Hayler, ESA Lithium


Brit accused of spying on 772 people via webcam CCTV software tells court he'd end his life if extradited to US

'I've seen programmes on American prisons' says wife A Briton is reportedly fighting extradition to the United States after deploying webcam malware onto hundreds of women's laptops so he could spy on them undressing and having sex.…
Tags: US, Software, United States, Cctv


Police release CCTV after 'shopping basket thrown at Tesco employee' in Slough - Berkshire Live

Police release CCTV after 'shopping basket thrown at Tesco employee' in Slough   Berkshire Live
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CCTV image released following assault at Slough Tesco Express - Slough Express

CCTV image released following assault at Slough Tesco Express   Slough Express
Tags: Shopping, Cctv, Slough Tesco Express Slough Express