>Two thousand, he told them.
>“We have their pictures,” Skrinjar said. “We can put them in the system and restrict where these people go, and keep them out of areas they’re not supposed to be in.”
That people who don't understand how unacceptably dystopian this is can rise through the ranks of law enforcement says a lot about the culture of law enforcement.
>The Caucus requested copies of agreements governing the use of the cameras and, in response, Zappala’s office said none existed.
The good ol' "we're not in violation of policy because there is no policy".
Funny, that such a site reports about other's privacy violations.
This one sounds to me plainly rude.
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