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 February 21, 2012  Non-U.S., Surveillance

Kyle Younker reports:

Denise Saad, who commutes from the outskirts, was happy happy recently to receive a government-issued card to replace the outdated coin-operated system on the buses.

“It’s great the bus system is finally being updated,” she said.

But the 31-year-old theater producer was surprised to learn that her movements were being tracked through the new card, known as SUBE.

It’s one of several new measures that enhance the government’s surveillance and control capacity that have civil liberties groups raising red flags — and Argentines like Saad raising eyebrows.

Read more on The Miami Herald.

  One Response to “Argentines concerned about enhanced surveillance measures”

  1. Why do we need all these stupid tracking cards anyway? Makes me think there is some hidden agenda afoot.

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