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 November 11, 2014  Posted by  Featured News, Surveillance, U.S.

Bill Lucia reports:

A man who submitted video record requests to nearly every police agency in Washington state says he did it to test public disclosure laws and spark conversation about privacy and law enforcement technology.

The Requester is a computer programmer from Washington, who asked not to be identified. A self-described open government advocate, he has asked every police agency in the state, except Bremerton’s department, for all of their in-car, helicopter and body camera video. (Bremerton doesn’t currently use in-car or body cameras.)

Read more on Crosscut.

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