This use of intrusive technology makes a mockery of our right to privacy – and feeling monitored can cause us to change what we do, where we go and who we go with.
And some of these surveillance tools discriminate against people and cause the police to unjustifiably target certain groups and communities.Are we talking about CCTV? Algorithm-led targeting?
Police body worn video cameras can record in private spaces and could be used alongside technologies like facial recognition to identify and track people in real time.But...but I thought you wanted these to ensure the police didn't 'step out of line'?
What happened? Did you realise they would also show how your 'clients' behave towards the police...?
H/T: SpecialDibble via Twitter