Would excluding an ‘in-house’ investigator from the need to license be compatible with Article 8 of the Human Rights Act 1998, the right to a ‘private life’?
How many times have you searched for an individual only to find that they are incarcerated? I always begin my search with a quick inmate search and have saved countless hours by doing so. Below is a state by state listing of Dept. of Corrections followed by a decent list of County Jails.
(CNN) — From fighting terrorism to processing payments in the blink of an eye, facial recognition is set to change our ideas on privacy.
A number of exciting developments in the field could even push its toughest critics to reconsider.
“The more people get out of it, the more they’ll surrender to it,” says Manolo Almagro, senior vice president of digital for TPN Inc. Almagro believes that people will only embrace a technology if the benefits outweigh privacy concerns.
The Psychology of Lies: Behavioral Science Perspectives on Conducting Successful Interviews
There are plenty of myths about the “science” of lie detection.
Despite what popular books on nonverbal behavior may say, there’s no scientific evidence that crossed arms or legs indicate a non-receptive person, or that deceivers touch their noses, evert their eyes, or cover their mouths…
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