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Page 1 of 2 FMG On-Demand Video #39097 Big Brother, Big Business: The Data Mining and Surveillance Industries ‘Black-box’ recorders in cars “Event Data Recorders” – “EDRs” – What are these? How do they work? For what purposes are they used? Law enforcement can download information from an event data recorder (EDR) or "black box" found in most newer cars. The data can be used in court to verify speed, braking, and percent throttle, for example. A man is convicted of second-degree murder based on data from his EDR. Disadvantage of Surveillance Acc. to Law Professor Daniel Solore, what is unjust about surveillance? Most people do not know how and when they are under surveillance. GPS systems help people navigate their vehicles but can also track a driver's every move. Examples of surveillance (take notes on how each of these surveill us): Rental car companies – can track everywhere you go Laser color printers – every page embedded with a code unqiue to that printer
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This note was uploaded on 05/03/2010 for the course SOC SOC 352 taught by Professor Whitaker during the Spring '09 term at ASU.

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