WEARABLE video devices in police work, WEARABLE cameras, WEARABLE technology, SECURITY systems, and SECURITY systems industry
The article focuses on the adoption of police-worn body cameras as instruments that will facilitate accountability and improve police-community as a whole. It cites concerns from civil rights groups on how body-worn cameras may violate privacy as the intimacy of body-worn cameras' presence can be exploited with the application of technologies like facial recognition. It notes that body-worn cameras have been at the center of protracted disputes over interpretation and authoritativeness.
COMPUTER privacy, PRIVACY, COMPUTER network resources, INTERNET usage monitoring, INTERNET security, and SECURITY systems
In this article, the author presents her views on issues related to online privacy and control of computers on personal data and information. She mentions that privacy is becoming day by day networked as people shares their photographs and other things on internet without even asking for permission. She also mentions that privacy cannot be achieved by control over data but it can be achieved by focusing on internet usage and interpretation.
SOCIAL networks, INTERNET privacy, and SURVEILLANCE detection
The author discusses aspects of privacy and surveillance in an individual. She states that there are individuals who want to watch while others want to be watched by other people. She says that privacy and surveillance are challenged by social networking society such as Facebook. She mentions the statement of actress Angelina Jolie that the best way to achieve privacy was to be in public so that people do not bother to look in other areas of her life which she wanted to protect.