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 January 3, 2014  Surveillance, U.S.

Michael Price writes:

By now, it’s well known that the National Security Agency is collecting troves of data about law-abiding Americans. But the NSA is not alone: A series of new reports show that state and local police have been busy collecting data on our daily activities as well — under questionable or nonexistent legal pretenses. These revelations about the extent of police snooping in the U.S. — and the lack of oversight over it — paint a disturbing picture for anyone who cares about civil liberties and privacy protection.

Read more on Salon.

Related: National Security and Local Police (report by Brennan Center for Justice)

Thanks to Joe Cadillic for the link.

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