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Forum Post: Oakland police get free forensic software to analyze Occupy videos

Posted 2 years ago on Feb. 12, 2012, 2:33 p.m. EST by t0rch (1) from New York, NY
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http://blog.sfgate.com/techchron/2012/02/06/oakland-police-get-free-forensic-software-to-analyze-occupy-videos/

... At the request of Oakland law enforcement, Cognitech, Inc. officials said they bequeathed the Oakland Police Department the company’s Tri-Suite 11 software system. The software will help enhance and “deblur” the hours of footage police have of demonstrations, double video storage and capture accurate biometric measurements from video to provide police with any possible wrong-doer’s height and weight. ...

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[-] 1 points by lithosere (65) 2 years ago

by the way they can run this software on security cameras in real-time. Facebook already uses facial vectoring software to make photos tag themselves, so it already has complete 3d vectors of users' faces. And the CIA/FBI already have unbridled access to Facebook. Ya. Be scared.

[-] 1 points by t0rch (1) from New York, NY 2 years ago

"wrong-doer" grates on me like "enemy combatant"