Radio Show Co-Host Tries to Defend the Surveillance State and Fails

Last week, I was asked to do an interview on AM590 WVLK radio in Lexington, Kentucky, to talk about the city's lawsuit against me and why we need to take steps to ensure there are oversight and transparency for government surveillance programs. The interview got a little heated when the co-host revealed himself to be …

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City of Lexington Continues Court Fight to Keep Surveillance Program Secret

After losing yet another round in Fayette Circuit Court, the Lexington Fayette Urban County Government has decided to take its fight to keep its "mobile surveillance cameras" a secret to the Kentucky Court of Appeals. On June 19, Fayette County Circuit Court Judge John Reynolds issued an order granting a motion for summary judgment in a lawsuit filed …

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Press Release: City Continues Fight to Keep Surveillance Cameras Secret

LEXINGTON, Ky. —  The city of Lexington won’t give up its fight to keep information related to “mobile surveillance cameras” secret. On June 19, Fayette County Circuit Court Judge John Reynolds issued an order granting a motion for summary judgment in a lawsuit filed against We See You Watching Lexington director Mike Maharrey and ordered the Lexington Police …

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Law Suit Victory Lap With Kruser and Krew on WVLK Radio

On June 26, I talked about my recent lawsuit win with Kruser and Krew on WVLK590. I gave a quick overview of the lawsuit and explained what's next. I also laid out We See You Watching Lexington's plan to make sure the next debate about surveillance technology happens before government agencies acquire it. After all, …

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Victory! We See You Watching Lexington Beats City Lawsuit

Last October, the city of Lexington sued me in an attempt to keep its "mobile surveillance cameras" secret. In a major victory for government transparency, Fayette Circuit Judge John Reynolds issued an order granting my appeal for summary judgment last week. In simple terms, the judge rejected the city's arguments for keeping its surveillance cameras …

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