The Texas Border Sheriff’s Coalition has joined BlueServo in a public-private partnership to deploy the Virtual Community Watch, an innovative real-time surveillance program designed to empower the public to proactively participate in fighting border crime. The TBSC BlueServo Virtual Community Watch is a network of cameras and sensors along the Texas-Mexico border that feeds live streaming video to www.BlueServo.net. Users will log in to the BlueServo website and directly monitor suspicious criminal activity along the border via this virtual fence.
This is actually really smart.. I’ll do one for my business in the bad neighborhood…. Free online security FTW!
Related Posts: On this day...
- Avicii - Super Mario World Levels - 2012
- Intel's Chase Film - 2011
- HOWTO: Avoid online tracking (Hint: you can't) - 2011
- The tale of /b/ and LUKEYWES1234 - 2010
- Netflix Is Losing New Release Rentals - 2010
- Twitter Cracker Says Admin Password Was "Happiness" - 2009
- Twitter IRC server: tircd - 2009
- Paypal's Anti-Fraud Authentication Token - 2009
- iTunes: All songs DRM-free (but keeping DRM for audiobooks & video) - 2009
- 4chan strikes again with push to make symbol top Google search - 2009