Is Apple Using Your Privacy Without Your Consent?
In today’s trending tech news, Apple is facing challenging privacy lawsuits on a global level. In Europe, the privacy protection group, NOYB or None of Your Business, has filed lawsuits accusing Apple of stealing customers’ digital data. On Monday, November 17, 2020, the group asked the GDPR data protection authorities to explain Apple’s tracking codes’ legitimacy.
Law Enforcement Digital Evidence | Open Source & Access Policy
You need to have unrestricted access to the data you are custodian over, and you need it in open source digital evidence file formats so that it’s easy to share with all partners, easy to manage, enhance, or otherwise produce for the various stages of the criminal justice process. Don’t let vendors tell you otherwise. You have to answer to taxpayers, not vendors.
Evidence Big Data | Big Problems: Servers, Clouds, and Court
The problem that evidence big data presents to law enforcement agencies is getting bigger by the hour. Some agencies have adopted the modern trends well, some have attempted to write the rules for themselves, other agencies are not willing to budge on the issue of data and its collective storage.
Digital Evidence Video Resolution
There are many other video resolutions beyond 1080p, like 2K and 4K, and those may eventually get perfected for the type of devices being used in public safety today. However, for the time being, 1080p is your best, and only true option when dealing with cameras. Whether it’s a non-emergency call, an investigation, or a complaint you’re reviewing, the details matter, and you need technology that is presenting all the details.
Digital Evidence Video Frame Rates
Digital evidence video frame rates are an often overlooked topic when discussing the tools used to capture digital evidence. From body worn cameras, to interview room cameras, and everything in between, and beyond, we forget to evaluate devices based on their Frames Per Second rate.
Content & Camera Management for Law Enforcement
A brief overview of the relationships between cameras, content, and evidence management shows why these three things need to be symbiotic. Without harmony between these tools, your agency is going to have to work harder, and likely inefficiently, to accomplish results.