New “Law In Computation” Post on CASTAC Blog by Chris Bates

I was perplexed by the K5 by Knightscope, a “fully autonomous security data machine,” rolling through the Irvine Spectrum Shopping Center last summer. I am not cavalier, nor naive, about my rights to privacy, confidentiality, and anonymity. However, I fully expect to be captured by surveillance cameras from my arrival to departure in many private places. The market demand and adoption cycle for novel surveillance technologies has long existed with little regulations from statutory or case law; and their use continues to expand as the cost of sensors and data processing decreases.[…] Continue reading, “Regulating Physical Places with Digital Code” at the CASTAC Blog.