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 July 11, 2015  Surveillance, U.S., Youth & Schools

Conor Friedersdorf writes:

Throughout the United States, police officers are beginning to wear body cameras. Should principals in America’s public-school systems follow their example?

The stakes are high.

Americans who spend their childhoods in schools where all interactions are recorded for review are likely to regard constant surveillance outside the home as normal.

Alas, the country may be seeing the beginning of that trend.

Read more on The Atlantic.

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