Nov 252012
 November 25, 2012  Posted by  Surveillance, U.S.

Associated Press reports:

A federal anti-terrorism program has drawn North Jersey deeper into the practice of hidden surveillance, equipping police departments with high-tech cameras, infrared technology and automatic license plate readers to keep tabs on people as they travel to local reservoirs, financial hubs and malls.


Homeland Security’s representative in New Jersey, citing national security, would not say what information is being gathered, how long it is kept, or to how it is being disseminated.

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  One Response to “High-tech surveillance gear raises questions in New Jersey”

  1. I cover this story in greater detail:
    DHS’s “Buffer Zone Program” boldly discloses it is spying on Americans’ in conjunction with local police.

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