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Reports on the technology of body worn cameras (BWMs) and discusses the threat to privacy that this passive data collection creates, along with opportunities to mitigate this risk. Furthermore, we argue that the use case of BWCs at work will stimulate the development of solutions that prevent the collection of data that could infringe upon the privacy of the wearer. Finally, we discuss the desirable properties of privacy-enhancing technologies (PETs) for BWCs.

Today, many devices (e.g., cars and other vehicles) we operate for various tasks (e.g., to go from place A to place B) are changing: in the past, they were characterized by a body and control actuators that allowed us to perform these tasks. These days, they are not simply passive recipients of our instructions; 

The Multimedia Signal Processing Technical Committee (MMSP TC) of the IEEE Signal Processing Society (SPS) promotes the advancement of multimedia signal processing technology. 

The Bio-Imaging and Signal Processing Technical Committee (BISP-TC) of the IEEE Signal Processing Society (SPS) promotes activities in the broad technical areas of computerized image and signal processing with a clear focus on applications in biology and medicine.

The Bio-Imaging and Signal Processing Technical Committee (BISP-TC) of the IEEE Signal Processing Society (SPS) promotes activities in the broad technical areas of computerized image and signal processing with a clear focus on applications in biology and medicine.

As part of the IEEE Signal Processing Society (SPS), the Speech and Language Technical Committee (SLTC) promotes research and development activities for technologies that are used to process speech and natural language.

The Signal Processing for Communications and Networking Technical Committee (SPCOM-TC) is one of the 12 technical committees (TCs) in the IEEE Signal Processing Society (SPS). Our mandate covers all technical areas in communication engineering and network science, including:

The IEEE Signal Processing Society Sensor Array and Multichannel Technical Committee (SAM TC) promotes activities within the technical areas of sensor array processing and multichannel statistical signal processing, including:

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