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New Zealand's National Cyber Security Centre and the Government Communications Security Bureau have released guidance for telecommunications operators after the passage of a controversial security law.
The latest snippet from the Snowden trove of surveillance leaks points to the NSA "swallowing" a country's entire phone network for recording and later listening.
Leaked NSA map confirms Singapore and South Korea as key "third players" supporting the United States government's "Five Eyes" surveillance network.
D-Link's network video recorder is aimed at small businesses requiring an IP-based video surveillance system that isn't too complex or expensive.
Australia's role in a surveillance network spanning five nations or more has been reconfirmed with PRISM leaker Edward Snowden releasing information to the media showing the country's involvement.
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Research firm Gartner says digital surveillance in the workplace on the rise, with around 60 percent of companies aiming to increase a formal presence on social network to monitor their staff.
ISPs have not been formally consulted on an expansion of government plans that will log who is talking to whom on social networks, gaming platforms and other online sites
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Cisco Systems, among other major tech giants, have been called upon by the Chinese government to build a surveillance network that encompasses approximately 500,000 cameras in a single city.
Moreton Bay Regional Council is overhauling its video surveillance network with a mesh wireless network using high-definition video cameras to cover the council's area of 130 square kilometres and a population of around 370,000.
Aruba Networks is to pay $40m for Azalea, the company whose kit provided video and Wi-Fi access at the Beijing Olympics
Country's largest carrier Smart Communications, ropes in ECI Telecom to provide network management services that include surveillance and maintenance.
D-Link is shipping the first in the line of its D-Life products, a series that is designed to enable users to easily manage networking devices via its D-Life Web site. First up is a surveillance camera kit that allows remote viewing of live streaming video from a remote Web browser.
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Software which links ordinary mobile phones into a smart camera surveillance network has been developed by Swiss researchers.
Software that can turn camera phones into a rough and ready surveillance network has been developed by Swiss scientists, reports the New Scientist.Yes, the country that brought us the cuckoo clock and a handy place to store any gold teeth or conflict diamonds we may have somehow chanced upon has now brought us software to link mobile phones together in a surveillance network.
Vodafone is rolling out a remote access video surveillance system for its premises around the country after it handed a contract to integrator Diebold and vendor Zylotech. The system will allow Vodafone to monitor live surveillance video of 25 sites, such as call centres and telephone exchanges, from anywhere on its corporate network.
An AT&T attorney hints that the White House authorized the company to open its network to surveillance.
Consultancy Frost & Sullivan is out this week with a Advances In Video Server Technology, a report that quantifies how video surveillance feeds are being transmitted by means of IP-network systems.The technology, notes Frost & Sullivan research analyst Mike Valenti, doesn't only work with high end digital video cameras, but with analog cameras as well.
London Underground is likely to deploy surveillance software that alerts operators to potential terrorist behaviour across its network of 6,000 CCTV cameras
The European Parliament published its damning report on Echelon last summer, but public apathy and institutional bureaucracy are stifling further action
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