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Sanford backs lengthy lead-in for cameras on fishing boats

RNZ 19 Jun 2021
A three-year delay before cameras are installed in fishing boats is justified, because it will take time to fine tune the technology, a major fishing company says ... The government is promising $60 million to install surveillance cameras on 300 inshore vessels to watch for marine mammals and endangered seabirds killed as by-catch.
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DRBA officers get body cameras

Atlantic City 19 Jun 2021
A body-worn camera video released by a court shows a Marine Corps veteran and former New York City cop charging at a police officer with a flagpole during the chaos at the U.S ... WDEL reported Friday that officers will have high-resolution cameras on their uniforms.
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Monterey Bay researchers to livestream expedition to Sur Ridge

The Mercury News 19 Jun 2021
In partnership with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary and the Monterey Bay Aquarium, MBARI has used state-of-art technology like marine cameras, high-resolution mapping tools and the remotely operated vehicle “Doc ...
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Fierce Capitol attacks on police in newly released videos

Billings Gazette 18 Jun 2021
This still frame from Metropolitan Police Department body worn camera video shows Thomas Webster, in red jacket, at a barricade line at on the west front of the U.S ... A body-worn camera video released by a court shows a Marine Corps veteran and former New York City cop charging at a police officer with a flagpole during the chaos at the U.S.
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‘Top Secret’ 1943 Russian FotoSniper Prototype Sells for $170,000

PetaPixel 18 Jun 2021
The 38th Leitz Photographica Auction recently concluded and several cameras and lenses went from significant sums. Among them was a Leica IIIg and Elmarit 90mm f/2.8, a Carl Zeiss Planar 50mm f/0.7, and an unusual Russian Marine Rifle prototype camera that was once classified as “top secret.”.
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Sanford wants its trawlers to be exempt from new fishing rules

RNZ 18 Jun 2021
He said the three-year delay before cameras are finally placed on commercial fishing boats is justified, because it will take time to fine tune the technology. The government is promising $60 million to install surveillance cameras on 300 inshore vessels to watch for marine mammals and endangered seabirds killed as by-catch.
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Body camera shows violence against cops on Jan. 6

USA Today 18 Jun 2021
A body-worn camera video released by a court shows a Marine Corps veteran and former New York City cop charging at a police officer with a flagpole during the chaos at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6. (June 18)        ... .
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New Zealand gov't takes action to protect albatross

Sina 18 Jun 2021
"We have an action plan aiming to reduce domestic bycatch to zero," she said, adding as part of the commitment to protecting the marine environment for future generations, the government has just announced funding for a wider roll-out of cameras on inshore fishing vessels ... Enditem. .
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Robotic ship sets off to retrace historic sea journey

Shenzhen Daily 17 Jun 2021
... marine research ... The 50-foot (15-meter) trimaran, propelled by a solar-powered hybrid electric motor, bristles with artificial intelligence-powered cameras and dozens of onboard sensors that will collect data on ocean acidification, microplastics and marine mammal conservation.
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Wider Roll-out Of Cameras On Boats To Support Sustainability And Protect Marine Life

Scoop 17 Jun 2021
... natural marine environment for future generations.
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Some stolen US military guns used in violent crimes around the nation

Oakridger 17 Jun 2021
A former member of a Marines special operations unit was busted with two stolen guns ... After publicizing the arrest, police got a call from a Marine Corps base up the Pacific coast ... When an M203 grenade launcher couldn't be found during a 2019 inventory at a Marine Corps supply base in Albany, Georgia, investigators sought surveillance camera footage.
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Some stolen US military guns used in violent crimes, AP says

Times Free Press 16 Jun 2021
A former member of a Marines special operations unit was busted with two stolen guns ... The Marines wanted to know if the grenade launcher was one they needed to find ... When an M203 grenade launcher couldn't be found during a 2019 inventory at a Marine Corps supply base in Albany, Georgia, investigators sought surveillance camera footage.
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Robotic ship aims to retrace the Mayflower’s journey

Chicago Sun-Times 16 Jun 2021
... marine research ... The 50-foot trimaran, propelled by a solar-powered hybrid electric motor, bristles with artificial intelligence-powered cameras and dozens of onboard sensors that will collect data on ocean acidification, microplastics and marine mammal conservation.
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Robotic ship sets off to retrace the Mayflower's journey

Rapid City Journal 16 Jun 2021
... marine research ... The 50-foot trimaran, propelled by a solar-powered hybrid electric motor, bristles with artificial intelligence-powered cameras and dozens of onboard sensors that will collect data on ocean acidification, microplastics and marine mammal conservation.
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Robotic ship sets off to retrace the Mayflower’s journey

Federal News Radio 16 Jun 2021
... marine research ... The 50-foot (15-meter) trimaran, propelled by a solar-powered hybrid electric motor, bristles with artificial intelligence-powered cameras and dozens of onboard sensors that will collect data on ocean acidification, microplastics and marine mammal conservation.
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