Prof. Andrew Clement Receives Funding for : “Smart” Private Eyes in Public Places? Video Surveillance Analytics, New Privacy Threats and Protective Alternative” research project.
……………………..The second project, “Smart” Private Eyes in Public Places? Video Surveillance Analytics, New Privacy Threats and Protective Alternatives, proposes to examine the use of video analytics (“smart” processing) in the area of video surveillance. The research will review state-of-the-art video analytics technologies, and assess a privacy protection scheme developed by the university in laboratory. Researchers also plan to survey businesses in the Toronto area that are using video surveillance, and to assess compliance with PIPEDA for video records that should be available under the Individual Access Principle. The results will be shared in a report and public forum.
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