An interesting story about vehicle black boxes shows you what may be in store for us in the future. Toyota’s recent recall of several vehicles with unexplained acceleration problems has sparked sudden interest in the function of vehicle event data recorders (EDRs), aka black boxes. Most people have heard of black boxes in airplanes, the virtually indestructible data collection devices that […]
In a story from the Daily Herald, Buffalo Grove Police in Illinois announced Care Trak, a new program that will enable them to track, and find, persons with special needs if they go missing during a city council meeting last week. The system uses radio transmitters to “find individuals with Alzheimer’s, autism, Down syndrome and […]
64% of respondent organizations reported that PCs accounted for the bulk of the stolen machines and Macs accounted for 36% of all stolen machines.
The judges veered into offensiveness when they explained why Pineda-Moreno’s driveway was not private. It was open to strangers, they said, such as delivery people and neighborhood children, who could wander across it uninvited. (See the misadventures of the CIA.)
Here is a very unique story from Denver involving a PI who placed a GPS on a woman’s car on behalf of her husband. The case is ongoing and will have ramifications on what a private detective can and cannot do on behalf of a client. Of course my commentary here is that the husband […]