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Email Privacy Act: How will the Senate's decision affect police?

"The reality is regulation often lags behind innovation," said Bill Maris, founder of Google Ventures. Maris might not have been talking about the Electronic Communications Privacy Act (ECPA) when he made this comment, but he sure nailed...

source: By Danielle Manley
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We all know that we’re on camera pretty much constantly — most coffee shops, convenience stores, and even offices employ security cameras for protection. But what happens when those devices built to keep us safe become unsafe? Hacks are becoming more frequent...

source: Security Boulevard

October 25 - 26, 2021 | Viejas Casino & Resort in Alpine, CA This...

source: IAPSC

A bill to create a statewide active shooter warning system passed last week in the Texas House and is now on its way to the Senate.

source: KXAN-TV

The U.S. intelligence community predicts an increasingly leaderless and unstable world in the coming decades as trends such as artificial intelligence, digital currencies and climate change reshape the global arena, according to the National Intelligence Council.

source: Bloomberg

For a long time, artificial intelligence seemed like one of those inventions that would always be 50 years away. The scientists who developed the first computers in the 1950s speculated about the possibility of machines with greater-than-human...

source: Vox

Corporate compliance programs are expected to be tailored to an organization’s unique risks. Most regulators (and most modern organizational compliance programs) prescribe risk-based compliance. But one thing is to prescribe; another is to execute properly.

source: The National Law Review


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