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 September 11, 2018  Posted by  Surveillance, U.S.

Joe Cadillic writes:

A recent article in the Outline reveals that a startup company called Flock Safety is encouraging neighborhoods to spy on each other using wireless cameras.

Flock bills itself as “a wireless security system for neighborhoods”.

The articles warns, “Flock sells security cameras to neighborhoods, and those cameras then record everything that happens in those neighborhoods.”

Read more on MassPrivateI.

  One Response to “‘Flock Safety’ and police cam-share programs encourage neighborhoods to spy on the public”

  1. I’ve been tempted to record all wifi MACs and BT MACs that come into range of my home. Add a license plate reader, some metadata lookup and soon all the neighbors will be known.
    Also, the weekly service people will be uncovered, and anyone who doesn’t visit consistently would stick out.
    My home is near the entrance to the neighborhood, so **everyone** would become known except the youngest kids.
    Around here, most 10 yr olds have cell phones.
    Where’s that spare R-pi?

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