Oct 122015
 October 12, 2015  Posted by  Featured News, Surveillance, U.S.

Over on Simple Justice, Scott Greenfield writes:

At HuffPo, Nick Wing raises questions arising from police department policies on the disclosure of body cam footage.  Remember when some cops resisted the idea of wearing body cams? What about their privacy? What about the cost?

What about the privacy of people they dealt with during a shift who fell far short of newsworthy, who weren’t have their best day, who didn’t deserve to be subject to public exposure, ridicule perhaps, for having the misfortune of crossing paths with a cop?

What about the public’s right to know?

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