But when it comes to the devices themselves, the most crucial function they need to perform—beyond recording footage in the first place—is protecting the integrity of that footage so it can be trusted as a record of events. At the DefCon security conference in Las Vegas on Saturday, though, one researcher will present findings that many body cameras on the markettoday are vulnerable to remote digital attacks, including some that could result in the manipulation of footage.
Josh Mitchell, a consultant at the security firm Nuix, analyzed five body camera models from five different companies: Vievu, Patrol Eyes, Fire Cam, Digital Ally, and CeeSc. The companies all market their de
A Times investigation shows how California's police privacy laws prevent defendants in state court from learning about past misconduct by law enforcement witnesses.
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