Campus safety is one of the largest issues facing universities. In 2014, more than 27,000 criminal incidents were reported at public and private universities across the United States*.
Carroll County Public Schools in Maryland has outfitted its entire fleet of 311 school buses with new safety technology to help reduce cars from illegally passing buses when they are stopped.
It has been 13 years since e-cigarettes first entered the market. While the first generation resembled a cigarette, these devices now come in a sleek and high-tech design that is often able to be hidden in broad daylight.
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After several years of dealing with an older, failing analog video system on its buses, the district needed to update the fleet.
After gaining support from civil liberties groups, activists are planning a national campus day of action in March focused on campus use of facial recognition.
Many of us may have 4K television sets in our homes that look incredible compared to previous generation HD sets.
Fight for the Future and Students for Sensible Drug Policy are behind the effort to pressure college administrators to not use facial recognition software on their camera systems.
Parents and privacy experts are concerned about the data that is being collected on students as the state legislature considers legislation to limit school use of biometric tech.
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