Dec 042012
 
 December 4, 2012  Posted by  Surveillance, U.S.

Mark Berman reports:

Around Washington, surveillance cameras are always watching. They peer from rooftops, lurk at intersections and even observe people riding a bus to work.

And on Montgomery County’s Ride On buses, the cameras do more than capture what they see. Many cameras also record what they hear, a little-known function that bothers civil liberties advocates. They see a creeping erosion of privacy in the growing use of audio recording technology on public transit.

Read more on the Washington Post.

Thanks to Joe Cadillic for this link.

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