Feb 192019
 
 February 19, 2019  Posted by  Breaches

HayesConnor Solicitors provided an interesting article that appears on LegalFutures in the UK. In this piece, they interview psychologist Professor Hugh C. H. Koch about the psychological impact of privacy breaches.  Here’s a snippet: What are the typical psychological effects on victims of data breaches? Data breach victims typically experience high [Read More…]

Feb 182019
 
 February 18, 2019  Posted by  Non-U.S., Surveillance

We’re seeing a lot more “firsts” involving facial recognition technology.  To start, Global Railway Review reports that Eurotunnel will be the first non-airport border crossing to deploy the technology: Eurotunnel’s terminals are to be equipped with SAS PARAFE (E-Gate) technology, as used at airports, at the road and rail border [Read More…]