Archive for November 2016

In Plane View: Is Baltimore’s Airplane Surveillance System Legal?

It recently came out that the Baltimore police have been secretly testing an aerial surveillance system since January 2016. This revelation raised more than a few eyebrows and plenty of questions. Ross McNutt, the founder of Persistent Surveillance Systems, designed the system so that a small Cessna plane equipped with the equivalent of 800 video…

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Lessons from Tom Brady – Why Evidence Preservation Is So Important

I’ll be the first to admit, as a huge Baltimore Ravens fan, that my heart was warmed by the news of New England Patriots’ Quarterback Tom Brady’s four-game suspension for his role in Deflategate. In January of 2015, the NFL determined that 11 game balls used by the Patriots in the AFC Championship Game victory…

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Computer Security – What Your Company Can Learn from Chris Correa

When the first IBM PC was released 35 years ago, people probably did not fully comprehend how the realms of technology, intellectual property and the law would ultimately intersect. While this scenario continues to unfold as technology evolves, one recent case highlights the importance of computer security in businesses and organizations. As an avid Baltimore…

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