Dec 262018
 December 26, 2018  Posted by  Surveillance, U.S.

Joe Cadillic writes:

A few months ago I called 2018 the “Rise of Spying Transit Police” but after looking through my archives, I noticed a more disturbing pattern emerge. Time and again, month after month, most of the stories I wrote revolved around one thing, watchlists.

In January, I wrote two stories about facial recognition and police camshares that centered around corporate and law enforcement watchlists. From then on things got progressively worse, watchlists, blacklists and whitelists are expanding at a frightening pace.

Below is a list of twenty-seven stories that show how public watchlists have become commonplace.

Read Joe’s list on MassPrivateI.

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