IBM researchers take on video surveillance privacy

Friday, 16 March 2007, 7:36 PM EST

Researchers at IBM Corp. are trying to address privacy concerns about video surveillance systems, part of a broader effort by IBM to build a new business in the fast-growing surveillance market.

Concerns about security in cities, airports and other public places are causing a proliferation of video surveillance systems, but the increase has heightened concerns about privacy among regulators and the general public.

At Computerworld.

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