Footage [noun]

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Today, the company is back with video footage of what it's calling its "third-generation" under-display camera technology, even though generations one and two never came to market.

On video call appsVideo calls always happen in real time, so people can’t bundle subtitle files with their footage.

Two thirds of its officers work for an outside company that manages its own body camera footage.

She now argues video of MTS citations should be retained until they can be addressed in court and that the process for requesting that footage should be clarified.

“The mayor considered that offer acceptable because the footage has proven to be an effective public safety tool many times over,” Chadwick wrote in an email.

They note that the footage automatically deletes itself after five days.

There is a nearby streetlight camera, but an SDPD investigator noted in the records that the footage wasn’t helpful.

Some called for the immediate release of body camera footage.

Security footage shows that the three families didn’t interact or touch the same objects.

Another article in Medium’s science and tech publication One-Zero noted several other examples of recent use of facial recognition and requests from local police departments and the FBI for footage and images from the protests.