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Hashtag Trending – EU approves Apple/Shazam deal; alleged Sony hacker charged; Did IBM spy on New Yorkers?

The European Union has approved Apple’s bid to buy music identification service Shazam. An alleged participant in the 2014 Sony hack has been charged by the U.S. Department of Justice. And a report by the Intercept reveals that IBM had access to New York City surveillance footage when developing its object identification technology.

Hashtag Trending – Pinterest ad sales nearing $1 billion USD; Uber/Lyft ban driver for filming riders; Tesla asking suppliers for refunds

Pinterest’s ad sales are approaching $1 billion - with a B - USD in revenue. Uber and Lyft cut ties with a driver who secretly filmed hundreds of passengers. And Tesla is asking some of its suppliers for cash back to help it become profitable.

Privacy commissioners issue guidance on police body cams

Body cameras record metadata and personal information that can be connected to an identifiable individual

Facial referencing technology enhances safety at B.C. ski resort

Any surveillance system helps Whistler Blackcomb catch thieves and prevent slope accidents

Toronto hospital testing operating room ‘black box’

Device at Toronto's St. Michael's Hospital is being used to identify and proactively minimize OR mistakes

Avigilon adds new version of access control solution

Vancouver company's suite stems from acquisition of RedCloud Security

Android accessories that you leave at home

Last week I talked about a few Android accessories that you can take with you when you head out of town. This week: accessories...

March Networks uses Sun servers for IP video support

An Ottawa-based IP video company has partnered up with Sun Microsystems in order to integrate its intelligent video management software suite with the Sun Fire x64 line of servers. One analyst weighs in on the motivations behind the deal

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