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 May 13, 2015  Surveillance, U.S.

Rachel Swan reports:

Activists are keeping an eye on Oakland as city officials grapple with new proposed restrictions for the Domain Awareness Center, a controversial surveillance system at the city’s port.

But people will have to wait awhile for the city to act on the new policy, drafted over the course of a year by an ad hoc committee of lawyers, techies, and privacy buffs. City Council public safety committee Chair Desley Brooks postponed a planned Tuesday vote on the policy, saying it needs to be reformatted.

Read more on SFGate.

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