Geezus, North Carolina, you’re turning into Florida! The short (some might even say “truly conservative”) answer here is that all activities performed by uniformed officers in the service of the public should be public record. Let’s protect our brothers and sisters in blue, but let’s protect the public interest as well. End of line.
The bill signed into law by Gov. Pat McCrory details who can view and obtain footage from body and dashboard camera. The footage is no longer public record.
Maybe. It’s just plausible….
Less than a week after Pokémon Go’s launch, our streets are already filled with packs of phone-wielding, Weedle-catching zombies. They’re robbing our teens, filling our churches with sinners, and tricking our children into exercising. But worst of all, Pokémon Go is turning us all into an army of narcs in service of the coming New World Order.
Remember: the wider you cast your net, the more chaff you have to sift through. Wanton surveillance is wasteful, ineffective, and unconstitutional.
The professed goal of audio surveillance on mass transit systems may be to protect passengers. But privacy advocates say it crosses a line, amounting to violations of free speech and the right to be free from unwarranted and ‘unreasonable’ searches.
We are already seeing this with software companies showing up at arms trade shows. Weaponized software marketed not for governments to wage cyber warfare against their adversaries, but to track and control their own citizens more efficiently. Orwell warned us about this 70 years ago. Did we listen?
Moral economy and software development: software without politics is recipe for totalitarianism
National hero Edward Snowden explains–with chilling detail–the real world dangers of the illegal government surveillance programs he disclosed and the reality that they aren’t used to stop terrorism.
It’s hard to hide things in the sky.
Today the government is launching a new clandestine satellite.