Miovision Technologies, a Kitchener, Ont.-based traffic data collection and signals company, partnered with the city of Toronto in August to develop a more complete street infrastructure by tracking bike lane traffic – as well as vehicular drivers and pedestrians – on the new Bloor Street bike lanes.
The Vancouver-based company is integrating the new feature into its asset management software. The technology will automatically reinstall a tracking agent into a laptop if it is removed or tampered with
The Electronic Frontier Foundation has obtained documents showing how U.S. law enforcement agencies and the Internal Revenue Service are gathering information from social networking sites for their investigations.
In 2001, Paul Gillespie was a Toronto police officer working on tracking child exploitation on the Internet. His project with Microsoft has since created a model for other law enforcement agencies to follow