See the Surveillance State at Work in Your Own Community

Source: Reason
by JD Tuccille

“‘This week, EFF’s Atlas of Surveillance project hit a bittersweet milestone,’ EFF’s Dave Maass, director of investigations, noted Nov. 17. ‘The Atlas of Surveillance has now hit 10,000 data points. It contains at least partial data on approximately 5,500 law enforcement agencies in all 50 states, as well as most territories and districts.’ … privacy may be dead, at least in public spaces. That means it’s that much more important to make use of tools like the Atlas of Surveillance to publicize who is watching and what they are doing with the information.” (11/21/22)