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 April 13, 2011  Posted by  Laws, Surveillance

Thanks to FourthAmendment.com for pointing me to this article on FavStocks by “Bungalow Bill:”

The next time you enter a San Francisco movie theater, the following demand might be made. “Your papers please.” With no regard to the Fourth Amendment, city leaders are considering a bill that would require residents to have their ID scanned whenever they attended any kind of entertainment venue in which more than 100 people attend, which basically could mean any place.

The law wouldn’t stop there. Big brother cameras would be placed in these venues for the eyes of government to prey on the people.

Read more on FavStocks.

Has Hell frozen over? Has San Francisco decided to emulate Arizona?

What’s wrong with this picture?

Update: Additional news coverage with comments about privacy groups’ response on GSN.

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