Surveillance Cameras

Stop Picking On Vancouver Police Use Of CCTV Cameras

Jack Gin | Posted 11.05.2012 | Canada British Columbia
Jack Gin

In all my years in the surveillance industry around the world, I have yet to hear of a single surveillance camera causing a conviction of an innocent person. Yet once again, the B.C. Civil Liberties Association is picking on the Vancouver Police Department and making noise about their suspected use of city-owned surveillance cameras, all 14 of them.

Surveillance for Your Kids: How Far (If At All) Should You Go?

The Huffington Post Canada | Shelley White | Posted 02.26.2012 | Canada Living

Where does electronic spying draw the line? With governments around the world enacting bills to allow for access to users' personal data, they're trea...

Behavioural Advertising: Who's Watching You?

Jennifer Stoddart | Posted 02.18.2012 | Canada
Jennifer Stoddart

How would you feel if mall security cameras didn't simply monitoring you for stealing, but instead kept tabs on the specific brands, styles, colours and sizes of clothes you tried on, the magazines you leafed through at newsstands, what you ordered from the food court, and everything you actually bought during your visit?