Camera-equipped drones banned in Cambodia

 Cambodian authorities issued a directive Monday to ban camera-equipped drones in Phnom Penh saying that they affect people`s privacy and security.

Sprinting for security: police wearing spycams to run in Tokyo marathon
Sprinting for security: police wearing spycams to run in Tokyo marathon

Mingling with more than 30,000 runners at this month`s Tokyo Marathon will be a small, elite crew of police runners equipped with cameras capturing real-time footage of the course.

Police begin wearing cameras in US protest town

Police in the US town roiled by protests after the fatal shooting of an unarmed black teenager are now wearing body cameras in a bid to calm local anger, a news report said.

Cameras, phones banned at Gabrielle Union`s wedding?

`Bad Boys II` star Gabirelle Union and fiance Dwyane Wade have reportedly attached a note with their wedding invitation saying guests should not bring phones and cameras to the ceremony.

British Open: Tiger Woods says round disrupted by cameras

Tiger Woods was playing his second shot into the par-5 18th when he made a sudden stop in the middle of his swing at the British Open.

Onir to roll cameras for `Shab` in Delhi

Filmmaker Onir has landed in Delhi with his team to roll the camera for his new movie `Shab`.

`Smart` pills your gateway to super health?

Do you know that smart pills carrying miniature chips, sensors, cameras and robots can analyse your body from the inside?

SCBA Prez for installation of cameras inside judges` chambers

Supreme Court Bar Association President MN Krishnamani on Tuesday created a flutter by advocating installation of CCTV cameras even inside the judges` chambers.

Over 1000 cams to monitor hyper-sensitive booths in Bastar

Over one thousand cameras will be installed at hyper-sensitive polling stations of Naxal-affected Bastar region in Chhattisgarh to prevent bogus voting and monitor the polling process during the Assembly Elections in November.

Gurgaon toll booth staff beaten, Rs 1.85 lakh stolen

A group of men assaulted Delhi-Gurgaon expressway toll staff and looted Rs 1.85 lakh.

Cameras to be allowed to peek into a UK court

US-style televised justice is gaining traction in Britain.

Google to create driverless taxis to carry passengers

Technology giant Google is planning to create a fleet of driverless `robo-taxis` to pick up and drop off passengers.

Additional CCTV cameras to be set up in TN prisons

Tamil Nadu Government today proposed to equip Central prisons in the state with additional CCTV cameras at a cost of Rs 2.21 crore.

NRI `sex predator` doctor arrested in UK

An Indian-origin doctor, branded as "sex predator" for sexually assaulting women and teenage girls, has pleaded guilty to 39 sexual offences.

Taliban leader Mullah Nazeer bans phones with camera

The pro-government faction of the Pakistani Taliban led by Commander Mullah Nazeer has banned mobile phones with built-in digital cameras.

Now, camera that describes pictures

A student in the US has invented a camera, which produces written descriptions of scenes rather than photographs.

Police mulls installing 2000 cameras in Hyderabad

Hyderabad Police proposes to augment the security apparatus by installing over 2,000 surveillance cameras in different parts of the city.

Bangladesh court bans cameras in beauty salons

A female doctor
last week complained to police that she was filmed by a hidden
camera in a dressing room.

Vrindavan`s `Porn Swamy` arrested, CDs, cameras seized

The controversial Vrindavan `Porn Swamy`, accused of making pornograhic clips and movies using holy motifs and the backdrop of deities, was arrested Monday afternoon after more than ten days on the run.

Swiss ready new generation of traffic offence cameras

Swiss police are testing a new
generation of super cameras that are able to detect up to 10
kinds of traffic offences, local newspaper Le Matin Dimanche
reported on Sunday.