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Africa urged to wake up to growing state surveillance threat

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African governments are using new technology and laws to increase surveillance of opposition figures, researchers warned on Thursday, calling for restrictions on the sale...

Chinese smart tech fraught with risk

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Chinese technology firms have been peddling “safe city” and “smart city” packages of technology in Africa for years. Suites of interconnected products and services...

China’s coronavirus campaign offers glimpse into surveillance system

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The coronavirus outbreak in China has given unprecedented glimpses into how an extensive system of surveillance cameras works, as monitoring stations are rebranded epidemic...

Will coronavirus surveillance outlast the pandemic?

From facial recognition to phone tracking, authorities rolled out a range of surveillance tools to trace infections and enforce quarantines during the coronavirus outbreak. The...

Artificial intelligence supercharges surveillance, enabling access to petabytes of untapped data

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Surveillance has reached the next level, with the introduction of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and the Internet of Things (IoT) supercharging this technology. The use...

Drones safeguarding SA properties, mines and wildlife

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Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs), also known as drones, have applications in multiple industries due to their ability to conduct surveillance and gather data on...

Rostec supplied the Russian Aerospace Forces with sixth A-50U surveillance plane

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28 March 2019 - Vega Concern, a member of Rostec’s Ruselectronics holding company, and Beriev Air Company supplied the Russian Aerospace Forces with a...

Egypt orders border security system from US

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Egypt will be receiving a $64 million border security system from Advanced Technology Systems in the United States. The United States Department of...

R2K uncovers large-scale govt phone surveillance

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The Right2Know Campaign (R2K) has released statistics from SA's mobile operators that show government law enforcement agencies are spying on the communications...

Russia now flying drone surveillance missions in Syria

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Russia has started flying drone aircraft on surveillance missions in Syria, US officials said, in what appeared to be Moscow's first military...

U.S. NSA sued by Wikimedia, rights groups over mass surveillance

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The U.S. National Security Agency was sued on Tuesday by Wikimedia and other groups challenging one of its mass surveillance programs that...

Improved Nigerian maritime surveillance and response cuts crude oil theft and...

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Piracy, crude oil theft and other illegal operations in Nigeria's maritime environment are a major source of revenue leakage and the Nigerian...

SANDF hosts first SADC surveillance commanders’ course

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In a first for the South African Defence Intelligence College (SADIC) officers from nine Southern African Development Community (SADC) countries have successfully...

Learning from terrorist tradecraft

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A week after he was arrested in Chicago on Oct. 3, David Coleman Headley was charged in a federal criminal complaint with...

Carl Zeiss wins R100 million police Air Wing world cup order

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The South African Police Services (SAPS) Air Wing has awarded Carl Zeiss Optronics SA a R100 million contract to supply it eight...

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