Latest Articles Tagged "surveillance"
The trees are watching.
City law now requires police to share information about surveillance technology with the public.
The 13,000 cameras, which cost a total of $5.5 million, will be installed on 6,455 subway cars over the next three years.
The most ubiquitous crime-fighting phrase to emerge in the aftermath of September 11th almost never made it into the American vernacular.
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If surveillance is your concern, then the cameras probably aren't your biggest problem.
Police have held onto photos, social media snippets, and emails profiling particular protesters, even though the events in question occurred four years ago.
According to the NYPD, 47-year-old Steve Vargas was found lying down at the intersection of Atlantic Avenue and 4th Avenue at around 8:20 p.m Wednesday.
He also called the NYPD "the most transparent municipal police department in the world."
The Department of Investigation alleges that Correction Department staffers listened in on investigators' calls with jail informants.