Bureze Security News for 11-05-2018

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CCTV cameras pick KNUST ‘bad boys’

Most of the students who destroyed properties during the demonstrations have been caught on camera. Students, who destroyed vehicles, motorbikes, computers and laptops, among others, in the university and thought they would go unpunished, should quickly revise their notes. According to reports, the university authorities are preparing to deal ruthlessly with the students that engaged in violent conduct in the school last week. Irate KNUST students went on the rampage last Monday, destroying several properties on campus. The students mainly targeted properties of the KNUST lecturers and other top officials of the university as virtually all the windscreens of vehicles at the park were smashed by the students. 

Unknown to the irate students, their action was captured on CCTV cameras at one of the topmost educational institutions in the country. It appears the authorities will not spare any student that will be captured on the CCTV, as some of them will be rusticated from the university soon. Reports said the students would be punished severely to serve as a lesson to other students in the university. Some top officials of the university, who pleaded anonymity, indicated that each student would be punished based on the level of destruction that he or she engaged in. DAILY GUIDE gathered that most of the students would be surcharged for destroying properties last Monday. 

Monday’s riot on campus compelled the school authorities, in consultation with the Ashanti Regional Security Council, to shut down the university indefinitely since the place was not conducive for academic work. University Teachers Association of Ghana and Teachers and Educational Workers Union expressed shock at government’s decision to dissolve the university’s governing council after the students went on the rampage on Monday. 

Keywords: [“student”,”university”,”properties”]
Source: https://www.ghanaweb.com/GhanaHomePage/NewsArchive/CCTV-cameras-pick-KNUST-bad-boys-696235

Former CCTV anchorman Li Yong dies at 50, Entertainment News

Former CCTV anchorman Li Yong died on Oct 25 at age 50 after 17 months of battle against cancer, Li’s wife said this morning. Li, who was born on May 3, 1968, in Urumqi, Northwest China’s Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region, enrolled in Communication University of China in 1987, one of China’s top institution for media production. In 1991, he joined China Central Television as a writer and director. Li was most known for his witty comments and easy-going style while he hosted several hit reality game and talent shows, including Lucky 52, A Special Six-Plus-One, as well as the talk show Yong Le Hui. Li has also hosted several years of Spring Festival Gala, the most watched television program in China during the Spring Festival. 

Li is survived by his wife and a 16-year-old daughter. News POST. Purchase this article for republication. 

Keywords: [“China”,”television”,”wife”]
Source: http://www.asiaone.com/entertainment/former-cctv-anchorman-li-yong-dies-50

Schwimmer responds to alleged robbery with CCTV joke

Lancashire Police have responded to actor David Schwimmer after he posted a video poking fun at an alleged thief in Blackpool who bears a resemblance to his character from Friends. As you can see, I was in New York.To the hardworking Blackpool Police, good luck with the investigation. Schwimmer, who played Ross Geller on the sitcom, tweeted a video that showed him making his getaway from a convenience store carrying a carton of beer before looking up furtively at a CCTV camera. Blackpool Police had earlier issued a Facebook appeal about the alleged thief. He was pictured leaving a restaurant in the town carrying what appeared to be a tray of cans. 

The alleged theft happened on September 20, the post said. Facebook users quickly piled into the comments section, pointing out the suspect’s likeness to Ross Geller. 

Keywords: [“alleged”,”Police”,”Friends”]
Source: https://www.rte.ie/entertainment/2018/1024/1006456-schwimmer-jokes-about-uk-robbery-with-cctv-joke/

Former CCTV anchorman Li Yong dies at 50

Former CCTV anchorman Li Yong died on Oct 25 at age 50 after 17 months of battle against cancer, Li’s wife said this morning. Li, who was born on May 3, 1968, in Urumqi, Northwest China’s Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region, enrolled in Communication University of China in 1987, one of China’s top institution for media production. In 1991, he joined China Central Television as a writer and director. Li was most known for his witty comments and easy-going style while he hosted several hit reality game and talent shows, including Lucky 52, A Special Six-Plus-One, as well as the talk show Yong Le Hui. Li has also hosted several years of Spring Festival Gala, the most watched television program in China during the Spring Festival. 

Li is survived by his wife and a 16-year-old daughter. 

Keywords: [“China”,”television”,”wife”]
Source: http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/a/201810/29/WS5bd66745a310eff303285183.html

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Keywords: [“CCTV”,”service”,”security”]
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Search engine for CCTV lets you find people from their description

Finding someone in a surveillance video could soon be as easy as Googling them. Descriptions of people of interest, such as a suspect or a missing person, are normally given in terms of their height, gender or clothing. Using this information to find a short woman wearing a red jacket in a video, say, often requires scanning hours of footage manually, which is no easy task. To continue reading this premium article, subscribe for unlimited access. Existing subscribers, please log in with your email address to link your account access. 

Keywords: [“access”,”subscribe”,”easy”]
Source: https://www.newscientist.com/article/2183766-search-engine-for-cctv-lets-you-find-people-from-their-description/
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