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 April 11, 2017  Posted by  Surveillance, U.S.

When I started to read a new post by Joe Cadillic, my first thought was “This isn’t really about privacy.” Then I hit the line about information sharing, and realized why Joe had sent it to me.

…. According to a recent article in the VV Daily Press, law enforcement, first responders, banks and schools are labeling people terrorists.

“San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Detective Heather Forsythe, with the department’s Criminal Intelligence Division, said Tuesday that public safety agencies and private sector personnel, such as in education and banking, meet monthly to network, “compare notes” and essentially engage in ever-important information sharing.”

Read more on Joe’s blog.

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