Jan 222016
 
 January 22, 2016  Surveillance, U.S.

Ali Winston reports:

Oakland’s City Council on Tuesday approved the formation of the Permanent Privacy Advisory Committee to develop developing policies for the use of surveillance equipment by city agencies. The committee will build on the work of a temporary predecessor which last year developed regulations for the curtailed Domain Awareness Center and a helicopter-mounted infrared camera purchased by the Oakland Police Department.

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