Pushing Boundries – Safeguarding Yourself on Rights Audits | SnallaBolaget.com

The dawn of the internet and personal phones and equipment with cameras in them, and perhaps especially action cameras like the GoPro has given rise to a perhaps pretty uniquely American phenomenon; Rights Auditors. In short, these are people who test … Read More

Sources: Several countries considering travel warning to US over police violence | SnallaBolaget.com

Sources say that several countries are planning to issue travel warnings to its citizens, warning them against travel to and in the USA, due to the extreme amount of police related violence and unrest caused by law enforcement actions. Statistics … Read More

Happy New Year, from everyone at SnallaBolaget | SnallaBolaget.com

It’s the first day of a new year, and we hope that people all around the world see that as a fresh beginning and a chance to make the world a better place. That may seem like a tired cliché, … Read More

US: Crime Down, Fear Up. Police kill more than 1,100

The NYPD commissioner Bill Bratton summed up the year’s crime stats earlier this month, telling his fellow officers that 2015 has seen the same decline in crime rates in the US that the last decades have shown. He also focused … Read More

Secrecy is not Security | SnallaBolaget.com

One of the most persistant comments we get, and one of the most persistant opinions about security, is that security measures, security means and tech needs to be kept secret for them to be effective. Here on SnallaBolaget.com we catch … Read More

Homestead Security vs. Homeland Security – the greatest challenge?

One of the most important things we do in the security industry, is to divide up the playing field. Generally, there are three “types” of security. There’s personal security (or private security), there’s corporate security, and then there’s public security, … Read More

Spy Buzz: What to Expect From Ordinary Citizens?

It seems like spying will never go out of fashion with government agencies, and instead of the Cold War we now have Phone war, as we saw in the recent Obama-Merkel spying scandal. With whistleblowers like Julian Assange and Edward … Read More

Armed “School Protection Officers” – Pitfalls and Kneejerks

School shootings will hardly disappear from the agenda any time soon, and that’s a good thing. The phenomenon is especially prevalent in the US, where the history of armed attacks on and in schools stretches back to 1764, when 4 … Read More

Dash-Cams, Crash-Cams and Cop-Cams – and why you should, too

Even peeking in at YouTube these days can be risky business, but if you’ve ventured there at any time during 2012, you’ve probably seen the myriad dash-cam videos – most of them from Russia. The Russians have been installing cameras … Read More

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