Privacy

American Cities Combat the Surveillance State: Municipal Ordinances Lay Out Strict Rules Governing the Use of Surveillance Gear

Written by: Zach Evans Research & Writing Editor, American Journal of Trial Advocacy Oakland, California is the latest of American cities to work towards passing a new ordinance constricting the use of surveillance technology.[1] Earlier this month, the Oakland Privacy Advisory Commission passed its “Surveillance and Community Safety Ordinance,” leaving the…

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