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Wyze security issue exposed private cameras to 13,000 strangers
Around 13,000 Wyze security camera customers were able to see sensitive content from strangers' devices Friday. As cameras were coming back online after a service outage, the customers saw thumbnails from other people's feeds in their apps, and some clicked through to see videos.
Under a new era of conservative leadership, Louisiana’s GOP-dominated Legislature will gather Monday for a special legislative session that could reshape the state’s criminal justice system and the public safety sector.
While some jurisdictions have invested in panic button systems, they have coordinated with county emergency managers and local first responders to support local response processes. However, this bill establishes a one-size-fits-all state procurement approach that will not integrate with local public safety agencies.
Sen. Kevin Blackwell, R-Southaven, is looking to get ahead of the curve as technology quickly advances with SB 2088, which would act as a protection to employees from forced human microchip implantation
House Bill 3860, The School Safety Interoperability Fund, is taking a different approach, emphasizing the information aspect. The act would work as sort of a middleman. It would provide money to link schools' walkie-talkies and surveillance videos directly to law enforcement.
Texas has awarded $125 million in grants to rural sheriffs and prosecutors across the state, the Texas Comptroller said in a statement last week — an effort to help those law enforcement agencies attract and keep talent in their communities.