Most people find it baffling that the city sued me simply for asking questions. They can't understand what kind of surveillance secrets warrant a lawsuit to keep them under wraps. I find it baffling I had to ask in the first place. Local governments shouldn't be operating spy gear in secret.
The Lexington Department of Public safety honored an open records request and provided We See You Watching Lexington with footage from all four surveillance cameras installed at Berry Hill Skate Park. The video reveals the cameras do "look" at private property outside of the park. The department released about two minutes of daytime footage from …
A congressional report published late last year establishes a definitive link between state and local cell site simulators and federal funding.
Just Security called the San Francisco Police Department’s withdrawal from the JTTF and example for other cities to follow, emphasizing the importance of holding law enforcement agencies accountable.
In 1975, Sen. Frank Church issued a poignant warning about the surveillance state on NBC Meet the Press, saying it created the potential for “total tyranny.”
People say I shouldn't get upset about surveillance cameras because, "You don't have any expectation of privacy" in public places. So, how can you can get upset about a stalker?