From the Editor’s Desk: The Dangers of Having Too Many Men and Too Few...

An article by Simon Denyer and Annie Gowen published in the Washington Post caught my attention. I found it quite unnerving so I dug...

Delhi CCTV project: Panel to assess ‘privacy concerns’

Issues of “access” and “control” of footage recorded in CCTVs upon their installation have been flagged at the highest levels of the Delhi government,...

CCTV becomes mandatory in all UK abattoirs

In the latest move to cement the UK’s position as a global leader in animal welfare standards, legislation requiring CCTV in all abattoirs in...

Indian Railways is betting on AI cameras to keep its kitchens clean

In July last year, a Comptroller and Auditor General audit report stated that the food served by the Indian railways was “unsuitable” for human...

Kenya private security guards to be issued guns from July

Private security guards will be issued guns by July, in a move aimed at tackling various forms of crimes. Kenya’s Interior Cabinet Secretary Fred...

Hackers can peek through surveillance cameras, report says

Tens of thousands of surveillance cameras are vulnerable to hackers, according to Bleeping Computer. Connected to the internet, the cameras have a flaw that...