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Secret Cameras Record Baltimore’s Every Move From Above

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Secret Cameras Record Baltimore’s Every Move From Above

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Scope of Response: National

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Baltimore, Maryland, United States

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Technology developed in the military to find who was planting roadside bombs to take out American soldiers has been adapted for civilian use by a former member of the Air Force, whose company seeks to work with police departments to use it to solve crimes. The airborne cameras provide hours of consistent surveillance and have proven highly effective at tracking down perpetrators so police can arrest them. But civil libertarians are alarmed what this widespread surveillance means and how it will be used, particularly since Baltimore officials did not tell the public about it for months.

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2019 Hailey Grandy (Dec 17 2018 4:35PM) : Surveilance helps keep us safe
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2019 Hailey Grandy (Dec 17 2018 4:36PM) : This is a solution for terrorism because the government can see everything that is going on
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2019 Hailey Grandy (Dec 17 2018 4:36PM) : This violates privacy, and people were not given consent about it

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Skye Fredericks (Dec 18 2018 10:19AM) : Does the fact that the police did not tell the public about this surveillance mean that it is something to hide? [Edited]
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